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How You Can Develop a Manager Handbook to Improve Employee Performance

How You Can Develop a Manager Handbook to Improve Employee Performance

If your organization doesn’t have a manager manual, you’re doing it wrong. Shockingly, most organizations barely give managers any training at all; the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found a few years ago that organizations with less than 100 employees gave only 12 minutes of manager training every six months. For organizations with 100 to 500 employees, that number is only six minutes. 

In this episode of HR Party of One, we covered how employers and HR teams can develop and implement a manager manual for the organization. 


What Should Be Included in the Manager Manual?

Central to any good performance management strategy is developing and maintaining a handbook of standardized processes and best practices. We call this the manager manual. In the new episode, I explained what these handbooks are, what should be included in them, and how a great manager manual can elevate HR's role within an organization.

Watch the full video here: 

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Additional HR Resources

BerniePortal has a ton of great HR resources to help you out during this process and beyond: 

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