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DOT Drug and Alcohol Training Must Prepare Supervisors for a Tough and Unpleasant Challenge: Confrontation

Training supervisors to understand the signs and symptoms of substance abuse that may indicate a possibly intoxicated employee or an employee under the influence is the key challenge in DOT drug and alcohol training. However, helping supervisors overcome their anxiety and fear of confronting employees suspected of being under the influence is crucial, as well. This however, is [...]

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Five Keys to Effective DOT Drug and Alcohol Training Compliance to Obtain a DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training Certificate

The U.S. Department of Transportation requires regulated industries to have DOT drug and alcohol training of supervisory personnel overseeing safety-sensitive positions. This training, of course, must include one hour of drug awareness and one hour of alcohol awareness information that includes key drug types, signs, symptoms, effects, behaviors on the job, etc. Unfortunately, the DOT [...]

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12 Critical Topics for Employee Newsletters and Internal Corporate Health News Publications

 CLICK HERE TO DISCOVER FRONTLINE EMPLOYEE NEWSLETTEREmployees are your company's most valuable resource, but if they are ignored and left unattended to -- meaning without effective workplace communication and reasonable personal development opportunities, then they can potentially become your organization's most at-risk explosive financial nightmare. There are many ways to attend to your employees' [...]

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#HRNEWS - Helping Employees Ask for a Raise Is about Effective Workplace Communication

#HRNEWS - HR managers should help employees properly request a raise. I know it sounds counter-intuitive, but there is nothing wrong with helping your employees communicate more effectively with management. Here are some useful tips. A written request for a grade increase or promotion is more effective than an oral request. Help your employees understand [...]

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HR Managers: Your Employees Are Freaking Out ADHD Kids, and the Parent Freak Out

HR Managers – encourage use of the EAP to help parents reduce their level of freak about children being ADHD. They will get the employee to the right objective resource. Employees are losing all sense of reality when it comes to identifying whether children are ADHD. Attention-deficit Hyper-activity Disorder is diagnosed in the U.S. at nearly five times [...]

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Maximizing Your DOT Drug and Alcohol Training Reach with DOT Supervisor Training Online-Tools

WORKEXCEL ONLINE CATALOGMany companies must train DOT supervisors in drug and alcohol awareness so they can spot the signs and symptoms of an employee who might be under the influence while at work. Unfortunately, these businesses often remain extremely frustrated because no matter how hard the try, they can’t reach every supervisor with the needed [...]

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Making Reasonable Suspicion Training Online a Part of Your Employee Assistance Program Training Library

If you manage an employee assistance program, one of your services must be education and training of employees and supervisors. The more relevant those courses are to the most important behavioral risk issues, the more valuable they will be perceived by management. Reasonable Suspicion Training Online are one of these topics which you should strongly [...]

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Employee Assistance Programs and Helping Employee Clients Resolve Coworker Conflicts

Determination by management is everything when managing unwanted employee behaviors. Determination means management is willing to make a change in order to get to the goal. With regard to coworker conflicts, the first rule of management must be to accept this truism despite initial denial: Employees aren't being paid to remain in conflict.  Alcoholics are like employees in conflict. [...]

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Improving the Relationship with the Boss

If one's relationship with the boss can impact a career and emotional well-being—on and off the job, then it makes sense to offer guidance to employees on keeping these relationships effectiveWhile a good relationship with one's boss can improve workplace efficiency and career growth, a poor relationship will impair long-term ability to succeed. Fortunately, there [...]

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Give Positive Feedback to Boost Employee Engagement

Many supervisors struggle to give feedback. They are for whatever reason, either inexperienced, unpracticed, or not emotionally available to deliver on this skill.Unfortunately, the inability to provide positive and genuine feedback to employees is one of the most-cited reasons for staff turnover that falls under the column heading “Left because I felt unappreciated.”The workforce management [...]

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