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An employee is most motivated the first day on the job. It is management's responsibility to capture that first day, and expand upon it. One tactic to assist in the advancement of motivation in the workplace is a psychologically designed employee handbook that motivates and as well as elucidates
Why you should Attend
The true purpose of an employee handbook is to communicate policies and procedures to employees as well as motivate them and making them feel "At home" in their new workplace.
This 60-minute webinar will introduce some of the psychological underpinnings of why employee handbooks are so important as well as what to insert in them and how to make them a motivational testament to the new company they work for.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Making a good first impression
- Policies and procedures
- Social Media
- Progressive Discipline
- Summary and Written Acknowledgment
Who Will Benefit
- All Levels of HR
- Small Business Owners
- Interested C suites
Biagio Sciacca known to his friends as Bill, was a lifelong resident of Pittston, PA. He is the owner of Intelligent Motivation, Inc. a global consulting and training firm specializing in management and leadership training as well as psychological assessment for hiring and staff development. He is the author of several books relating to goal setting, and his third book, High Octane Leadership, is publishing soon. Now residing in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, he divides his time between his international clients, writing his next book and wandering aimlessly on the beach.