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Discipline
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Socially rejected employees often strike back

March 3, 2009

Those who don't feel accepted by their peers tend to act with hostility toward others.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Sample: Rules of conduct

March 2, 2009

Download a free disciplinary action outline.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Watch your computers for e-naughtiness

March 1, 2009

One-quarter of employees who use computers visit pornographic Web sites.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Sexual harassment stems from group dynamics

December 15, 2008

Women are more likely to be harassed when a work group has a similar number of men and women.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Bad bosses are bad for the heart

December 8, 2008

An overbearing boss may be more than just a daily annoyance.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Team members with too many pets

October 13, 2008

The number of pets isn't necessarily the issue. It's employees' ability to care for them that can damage workplace harmony.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Tackling turnover

August 1, 2008

Lakewood, Colo. — Associate veterinarians are jumping jobs faster than the average American worker, according to a new study, and salaries that don't keep pace with inflation could be partly to blame.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Three strikes you're out!

July 2, 2008

No one likes to fire people. But if you don't get rid of that problem employee, you're putting the good ones at risk. Take this approach to make this necessary evil as painless as possible.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

A good boss lets bad eggs go

January 1, 2008

You show consistency as a boss and respect for your top employees when you terminate someone who needs to go.

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