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Archive - Labor Relations
 
2009
 
 
Do you manage your company’s most important asset – its human capital – with the same diligence and rigor that you watch cash flow and the bottom line? For many business owners, human resource management is viewed as a necessary “evil” not the opportunity to promote the company’s core goals. Small businesses without the resources to hire a human resource (“HR”) professional may be missing out on opportunities to reduce liability and risk, advance the organization’s mission and to save costs.
 
 
 
 
Many companies have policies requiring employees who experience discrimination or harassment to make complaints to management and/or Human Resources. But how do managers know when they’ve received a complaint? Does the person have to complain specifically about harassment?
 
 
 
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