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8 tips for delivering difficult employee feedback
By Liz Murphy
Being in a leadership position can be rewarding, but it does require a lot of time and dedication to your people. In fact, one of the biggest responsibilities of a leader is identifying and correcting performance issues. Because an employee's performance can be a sensitive matter, here are eight tips to help you deliver difficult feedback in a way that produces positive results.
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Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PST) in New York City
Yo, yo, yo! You know you wanna hang with us at Culture Club as we throw back to the 80s for our end of the year party! NYSA had like a totally tubular year including winning national awards for Chapter Leadership and Legislative Excellence at like the ASA Staffing World conference, man. We are totes excited to celebrate Lloyd Staffing as the righteous National Staffing Employee of the Year member firm! No duh — you totally want to join us in congratulating Matthew Earley on his incredible recognition! It's like sooo awesome that NYSA won an Honorable Mention with the ASA CARE Award for our Corporate Social Responsibility efforts. We want to see YOU there to celebrate our success and to toast the new Board of Directors 'cuz they are totally kickin! Take a chill pill and grab your tix — this is one party you won't want to miss!
 
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How you out-compete rivals for the best talent
ERE.net
You've got to understand what your employees want. Your employees too have desires and needs, of course. And these aren't all the same. Your key hires and top management and team leaders have got to be getting what drives them out of the employment contract. Especially in sectors like technology, where there is low unemployment and an improving economy, the competition for top talent is acute.
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OSHA wants businesses to submit electronic injury reports, which it will post for public
Buffalo Business First
Are you ready for a public competition with other businesses in your industry on who has the safest workplaces? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration hopes so — it wants to require employers to report their injury and illness records to the agency electronically.
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Payrolls jump 204,000 as US economy weathers shutdown
Bloomberg
American employers added more workers to payrolls in October than forecast by economists, betting that the world's largest economy would weather the impact of the federal government shutdown.
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US adds temp jobs, but backs off record penetration rate
Staffing Industry Analysts
Temporary employment services jobs rose by only 3,300 in October on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, the year-over-year growth rate ticked down for the first time since June. And the temporary penetration rate — temporary help jobs divided by total nonfarm employment — was little changed after nearing an all-time high in September.
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US unemployment benefit applications fall to 336,000
TIME
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits fell 9,000 to a seasonally adjusted 336,000, bringing applications to pre-recession levels. The Labor Department said that the less volatile four-week average dropped 9,250 to 348,250. The average was elevated by the 16-day partial government shutdown and backlogs in California that occurred because of computer upgrades. Weekly applications have fallen for four straight weeks.
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6 things managers should not talk about at work
By D. Albert Brannen
Managers have a special role for employers because they are legal agents. What they say, do and know can be attributed to their employer. Depending on the issue, employers can be strictly liable for the conduct of managers. Several laws come into play here, but there are certain things that managers should absolutely not talk about with employees or anyone else at work. This article lists six of these topics, but by no means is this an exhaustive list.
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Employment situation summary
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 204,000 in October, and the unemployment rate was little changed at 7.3 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. Employment increased in leisure and hospitality, retail trade, professional and technical services, manufacturing, and health care.
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