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So You Have To Fire Someone. Now What?
While firing people on TV seems to be fairly straightforward, terminating somebody for real can be one of the most difficult things a manager has to do. Dismissing an employee is never easy, but a few simple tips can make it go more smoothly—while at the same time helping to shield your organization from potential legal action.
Time Keepers Or Clock Makers
Right now, you probably have someone hiring and firing warehouse personnel who has never attended a course on interviewing techniques or labor laws. You have someone controlling millions of dollars of inventory that could not tell you the last time they attended a course or read a book about inventory control. And we wonder why our inventory is so inaccurate.
Time Keepers Or Clock Makers Time Keepers Or Clock Makers Rene Jones - July 9, 2003 Read Comments The Situation Can you figure out a way to perform your job in a manner that you save time doing it? Of course not! Time cannot be saved, it moves at the same speed no matter what you do! Now think of all the things that are done within your warehouse, supposedly to save time. How many of those things actually worked over the long haul? Can you count them on one hand? If so, then what do you do? It all starts
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When a company is selecting any piece of enterprise software, there is invariably someone assigned to "look under the hood" and evaluate the application's architecture. While this is a critical step, many organizations do not have a clear understanding of how their short and long term application needs can be directly impacted by an underlying architecture. This white paper serves as the foundation for understanding how Clientele's next generation application architecture shatters traditional enterprise software boundaries.
Clientele CRM.NET Clientele CRM.NET Source: Epicor Document Type: White Paper Description: When a company is selecting any piece of enterprise software, there is invariably someone assigned to look under the hood and evaluate the application s architecture. While this is a critical step, many organizations do not have a clear understanding of how their short and long term application needs can be directly impacted by an underlying architecture. This white paper serves as the foundation for understanding
Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom?
A company virtually unknown outside of the hospitality sector hits the ground running with a product, a marketplace, and a business model that might make some of the better-known e-procurement companies sit up and take notice.
Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom? Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom? D. Geller - May 25, 2000 Read Comments Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom? D. Geller - May 25, 2000 Event Summary GoCo-op began by providing purchasing services for the hotel and restaurant industries. Working for most of the major hotel chains and dealing with tens of thousands of individual suppliers they
Who Are White Papers Aimed at Anyway-The Technical Professional or the Poor Soul Who Got Stuck With
Anyone who’s ever been involved in choosing enterprise software knows it’s not an easy job. It takes months of preparation that involves gathering information from various departments, mapping business processes, preparing a business case, interviewing stakeholders, and getting buy-in from executives and users on the project. And that’s only the beginning! But whose job is it to do all of this
Who Are White Papers Aimed at Anyway—The Technical Professional or the Poor Soul Who Got Stuck With the Job? » The TEC Blog TEC Blog TEC Home About TEC Contact Us About the Bloggers Follow TEC on Twitter RSS Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an
Webtime Now Legal
A court ruled illegal a one-year restriction that would have prevented an employee from working for a competitor.
Webtime Now Legal Webtime Now Legal D. Geller - November 2, 1999 Read Comments Webtime Now Legal D. Geller - November 2, 1999 Event Summary It is common for a company to require new hires to sign agreements that would prevent them from working for competitors after they leave the company. Mark Schlack signed a one-year contract with EarthWeb in October 1998, according to the New York Law Journal. The following September he resigned to take a position with a new website, Itworld.com, to be launched by
What’s All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway?
Vendors love to quote benchmarks in their product literature, press releases, and any place they think someone will use the numbers to make a buying decision. But what do the benchmarks mean, and which ones really matter?
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The ERP Life Cycle: From Birth to Death and Birth Again
The enterprise life cycle is often misunderstood, which can lead to complications during the selection, implementation, and maintenance phases. Knowing what to expect during each phase will allow an enterprise to get better money for value from the solution.
makes sense, so you investigate the alternatives and select the firm that fits your needs. Your ERP vendor s sales representative stops calling you, but not before he sends you a nasty-gram telling you that you ll have to pay 150 percent of back fees to get back in the club and update your system. You whip out your trusty ROI calculator, and realize that after four years you ll have enough saved up to buy a new solution anyway. Declining Value Your business is changing, and you maybe tempted by the
Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 5 - User Recommendations
This tutorial points out the significance of buyers researching PLM technology vendors before determining the short list and vendors researching the viability of the opportunity before committing time and money to a sales effort. Since a 'one-size-fits-all' product is still not quite a viable possibility, almost every product can win provided certain set of requirements. The Catch 22 for both buyers and vendors/VARs is to pinpoint the right opportunity in this ongoing 'dating game'.
Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 5 - User Recommendations Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 5 - User Recommendations Jim Brown and P.J. Jakovljevic - May 27, 2003 Read Comments Executive Summary Past experience shows us that the vast majority of enterprise technology evaluations run over time and budget, and once selected, the majority of the implementations fail to meet functional, return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO) expectations. Many companies have consequently been
Conviction is the Intangible in a Successful Positioning Process
You need conviction to skillfully handle the inevitable criticism during the positioning process. Otherwise, you're likely to try something different every time someone challenges you. This doesn't need to happen. Adopt a positioning process that includes an evaluation criterion.
Conviction is the Intangible in a Successful Positioning Process Conviction is the Intangible in a Successful Positioning Process Lawson Abinanti - March 21, 2007 Read Comments Conviction is an important intangible that can make or break your positioning strategy. You begin to develop conviction through research on your customer, competition, and channel. But that s not enough to give you the conviction you need to stand up to powerful political forces in your company who may shoot holes even in your most
Have You Misclassified Employees As Independent Contractors?
Many companies classify individuals as independent contractors rather than employees, attempting to save money or make things simpler. After all, independent contractors aren’t on the payroll, don’t enjoy the same benefits given employees, and are typically easier to terminate. However, you can’t simply “declare” someone an independent contractor—failure to make a legally correct categorization can lead to expensive consequences.
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