Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Selection management platform, Hireology, recently announced the publication of their latest eBook, "Politics in the Workplace: HR's Guide to The Election Season", just in time for the upcoming presidential election.
In this informational 5 page guide, Hireology details their do’s and don’ts of politics in the office, the strategies to deal with election conflict, five illegal political interview questions, a map of voter leave laws, and much more.
There’s no question that the closer it gets to the election, the more difficult it becomes for a worker to distance themselves from politics. Whether they’re listening to the news on their way to work or standing in the office kitchen waiting for their leftovers to heat up, political talk seems to permeate upon every part of the day.
But should there really be political discussions at the office? What if an employee requests time off to go vote? Is it mandatory to let them? Don’t worry, Hireology has it covered with tips and information on cruising through the election season without ruining your company's culture.
In this educational eBook, exclusively for human resources professionals and business owners, Hireology shows the three approaches employers typically take when dealing with political discussions in the office. The approach implemented within the company should be based on the best interest of the entire team, not just a handful of director-level employees and readers of Hireology’s eBook will learn about the best strategies to handle any office political discussions.
There is no federal law that mandates employers give employees a specific amount of time off to vote. Many states have taken care of this and instated their own laws. See which states have voter leave laws and find out the amount of time employees must have using the map inside Hireology's eBook.
Keeping a calm office during the election is going to be hard work, but don’t let that affect the culture and environment. Handle this election season differently by using Hireology’s guide with tips and suggestions to navigate politics in the office.
Hireology’s award-winning Selection Management System helps companies organize their hiring process and leverage data to make better hiring decisions. Franchise systems, banks and financial institutions, healthcare systems, dealer networks, and other multi-site operators use Hireology’s web-based Selection Manager™ to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field - leading to better hiring decisions, lower turnover, and increased profitability per location. For more information, please visit http://www.Hireology.com.