SHRMStores's Top 20 Reads for October

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HR's Top 20 reads for the month of October: 

  1. This comprehensive guide helps HR professionals accurately gauge their strengths and weaknesses in 16 key results areas. 
  2. After seeing re-enactments of common workplace examples in this modern harassment training, trainees can more easily take personal responsibility and avoid those kinds of behavior. 
  3. This practical, solution-oriented book walks readers through some of the most common--as well as the most serious--employee problems they are likely to encounter. 
  4. One of the SHRMStore's most popular legal compliance products, Ceridian's state-specific and federal employment law manuals are now available as a web-based service. 
  5. This quick-reference guide provides readers with ready-to-use performance goals organized by the characteristics and core competencies used most often in the appraisal process. 
  6. Employee productivity is linked to happiness at work and home. This book gives you 180 morale-boosting ideas to help bring more enthusiasm to the workplace. 
  7. Create an entire employee handbook, choosing from three language styles and 11 graphic styles, in a fraction of the time you would normally spend. 
  8. Harassment: Sex, Religion, and Beyond
    Every employee needs to understand one basic truth: A respectful workplace is more pleasant and more productive for everyone. This new training series brings this message home. 
  9. 101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems, 2nd Edition
    This guidebook covers dozens of problems likely to occur in the workplace, from substandard work quality, absenteeism and poor attitude to sexual harassment, insubordination and more. 
  10. 2600 Phrases for Effective Performance Reviews
    This book provides hundreds of phrases to use in performance improvement plans, plus an appendix of helpful individual words. 
  11. The Power of Stay Interviews for Engagement and Retention
    Stay interviews can help reduce not only the number of voluntary resignations but also the number of times a manager says of a leaving employee, “I wish I had known he felt that way.” 
  12. New Supervisor Training
    This book helps up-and-coming supervisors make the transition from individual contributor to leader. Includes PowerPoint slides and electronic copies of supporting materials. 
  13. This guide covers more than 100 vital HR topics, including the FMLA, HIPAA and the ADA, and provides practical guidance on how to apply employment laws in your workplace. 
  14. Whether you’re new to HR or an HR manager in a solo environment, this handbook will help you perform your HR function with the best of them.
  15. This comprehensive and practical reference manual covers key federal regulatory issues that must be addressed by HR managers, benefits specialists and company executives in all industries. 
  16. This video program trains supervisors and managers on critical FMLA information and outlines what supervisors must do when dealing with FMLA issues.
  17. With more than 100 recommended, fully customizable policies, including state- and industry-specific policies, this software helps ensure compliance with federal and state laws in all 50 states. 
  18. FMLA Tracker simplifies the process of managing intermittent employee leave manually by walking you through each step and provides what you need to process federal FMLA leave requests. 
  19. This book offers readers the full menu of recognition and reward strategies and comes with detailed descriptions of the most popular ideas in business, plus others that are destined to become classics. #48.33061 [More] 
  20. This "other kind of smart" is the #1 predictor of success both personally and professionally. This book helps readers identify their emotional intelligence and build their skills into strengths.