Because people respond differently to the difficult person, the difficult person can manipulate, control and influence the reactions of those involved in the encounter. Even if bad things happen to difficult people, the payoff is that they have created the situation, and that gives them a sense of control.
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The clock is ticking—we’re just over 30 days away from the 2016 HR Florida Conference & Expo. Are you as excited as I am? Whether it’s been a few years since you attended, or you joined us just last year, or you’re new to the conference, this year’s volunteer conference team has gone above and …
On May 18, 2016, the Department of Labor (DOL) released its final regulations making changes to Part 541 governing overtime exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Here are the key elements of the new regulation: Salary Threshold Changed to $913/week ($47,476 per Year) This threshold doubles the current salary threshold level. While this …
Many of us have been told to delegate – especially when we let slip to upper management that we feel overworked. “Delegate more,” comes the smug advice. But when we try to delegate, it goes badly. Feeling that we could do it better and faster if we did it ourselves, we hurry through instructions, omitting major helpful pointers, and then are angry when employees fail to do what we wanted and we are forced to rush to finish the project ourselves.
HR Florida Conference and Expo Congratulations!! We know becoming certified as an HR professional is not easy. Many of you have recently received the new SHRM certifications: SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP. There are also many of you PHR or SPHR certified by the Human Resource Certification Institute. For those of you who are new to this process, …