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1. Employee Records 1.1. Employee Hire Records 1.2. Hourly Employee Manual 1.3. Salaried Employee Manual 1.4. Supplemental   1.4.1. Understanding Annual W-2   1.4.2. Designated Beneficiary   1.4.3. Contract Employees
2. Payroll Processing -Policies 2.1. Time in a Box Clock 2.2. Salaried Policy & Procedures 2.3. Departments 2.4. Employment Termination 3. Employee Benefits 3.1. Voluntary Employee Insurance
3.3. Savings Program 3.4. Garnishments 3.5. 401K Program      • Pension Protection Act of 2006 3.6. Charities 4. Employee Safety 4.1. Policies
4.3. Mandated Documentation   4.3.1. First Injury Report   4.3.2. OSHA Log   4.3.3. Worker’s Right to Know Act 4.4. Worker’s Compensation 4.5. Safety Committee 5. Records
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BE A STAR PERFORMER
"Stars are no more fundamentally smart or ambitiously driven than their average co- workers. The differences are result of patterns of behavior." Robert Kelly, President of Consultants to Executive and Organizations Ltd."
BEING A STAR PERFORMER: (excerpt from Business Finance, August 2001) By Robert Kelly Patterns: 1. INITIATIVE: Performs above and beyond specific job responsibilities and offers bold, value-adding ideas; can follow through and implement ideas; can assume some personal risk. 2, NETWORKING: Plugs into a high-quality knowledge network to get the best answers to critical questions; is willing to share personal knowledge with those who need it. 3. SELF-MANAGEMENT: Recognizes that self-manage- ment is more than time or project management; is proactive in carving out a career path and developing talents and work experiences; knows how to add value to the company. 4. PERSPECTIVE: Can view projects or problems through the eyes of others, like customers, competitors, co-workers, and bosses. 5. FOLLOWERSHIP: Will exercise independent, critical judgments while maintaining an ability to work in cooperation with others; can check ego at the door. 6. TEAMWORK: Works with others to set goals and work actrivities; can deal with conflict and help other resolve problems. 7. LEADERSHIP: Uses expertise and influence to accomp- lish tasks: is able to find necessary resouces to complete projects. 8. ORGANIZATIONAL SAVY: Promotes cooperation to get things done; know when to avoid conflicts and when to meet head on; can make allies out of potential enemies. 9. SHOW & TELL: Selects the right message for a particular audience or the right audience for a particular message; develops the right format to make a message understandable and persuasive. This is a great list to "take to heart/mind" and to review at least once a week, asking "based on my experience this week, what should/could I have done differently."  Believe me! The above qualities are SO RARE that when an employer spots them in an employee that person gets attention.  Also, don't assume your boss is a good role model.  You must self-manage and self-direct using the above principles and ignore the less than star performance that pervade the typical work place. Need more help?  Get Robert E. Kelley's book, "How to Be a Star at Work: 9 Breakthrough Strategies You Need to Succeed", Times Books, 1999.
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1. Employee Records 1.1. Employee Hire Records 1.2. Hourly Employee Manual 1.3. Salaried Employee Manual 1.4. Supplemental   1.4.1. Understanding Annual W-2   1.4.2. Designated Beneficiary   1.4.3. Contract Employees  
2. Payroll Processing -Policies 2.1. Time in a Box Clock 2.2. Salaried Policy & Procedures 2.3. Departments 2.4. Employment Termination 3. Employee Benefits 3.1. Voluntary Employee Insurance 3.2. Cafeteria Plan (IRC Section 125)
3.3. Savings Program 3.4. Garnishments 3.5. 401K Program      • Pension Protection Act of 2006 3.6. Charities 4. Employee Safety 4.1. Policies 4.2. Substance Abuse
4.3. Mandated Documentation   4.3.1. First Injury Report   4.3.2. OSHA Log   4.3.3. Worker’s Right to Know Act 4.4. Worker’s Compensation 4.5. Safety Committee 5. Records 5.1. Government Poster Requirements 5.2. Maintenance of Short-Term Documents 5.3. Archive Maintenance
COMPANY INTRANET
BE A STAR PERFORMER
"Stars are no more fundamentally smart or ambitiously driven than their average co- workers. The differences are result of patterns of behavior." Robert Kelly, President of Consultants to Executive and Organizations Ltd."
BEING A STAR PERFORMER: (excerpt from Business Finance, August 2001) By Robert Kelly Patterns: 1. INITIATIVE: Performs above and beyond specific job responsibilities and offers bold, value-adding ideas; can follow through and implement ideas; can assume some personal risk. 2, NETWORKING: Plugs into a high-quality knowledge network to get the best answers to critical questions; is willing to share personal knowledge with those who need it. 3. SELF-MANAGEMENT: Recognizes that self-manage- ment is more than time or project management; is proactive in carving out a career path and developing talents and work experiences; knows how to add value to the company. 4. PERSPECTIVE: Can view projects or problems through the eyes of others, like customers, competitors, co-workers, and bosses. 5. FOLLOWERSHIP: Will exercise independent, critical judgments while maintaining an ability to work in cooperation with others; can check ego at the door. 6. TEAMWORK: Works with others to set goals and work actrivities; can deal with conflict and help other resolve problems. 7. LEADERSHIP: Uses expertise and influence to accomp- lish tasks: is able to find necessary resouces to complete projects. 8. ORGANIZATIONAL SAVY: Promotes cooperation to get things done; know when to avoid conflicts and when to meet head on; can make allies out of potential enemies. 9. SHOW & TELL: Selects the right message for a particular audience or the right audience for a particular message; develops the right format to make a message understandable and persuasive. This is a great list to "take to heart/mind" and to review at least once a week, asking "based on my experience this week, what should/could I have done differently."  Believe me! The above qualities are SO RARE that when an employer spots them in an employee that person gets attention.  Also, don't assume your boss is a good role model.  You must self-manage and self-direct using the above principles and ignore the less than star performance that pervade the typical work place. Need more help?  Get Robert E. Kelley's book, "How to Be a Star at Work: 9 Breakthrough Strategies You Need to Succeed", Times Books, 1999.
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