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Employee Relations

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 Not everyone knows, but employee relations is a delicate subject. It encompasses everything from any type of harassment, bullying, and even employee terminations. 


Employee relations' refers to a company's efforts to manage relationships between employers and employees. An organization with a good employee relations program provides fair and consistent treatment to all employees so they will be committed to their jobs and loyal to the company. 


The purpose of employee relations is to strengthen the employer-employee relationship through identifying and resolving workplace issues, measuring employee satisfaction and morale, and providing support and input to the company's performance management system.


There are specific ways to handle employee relations issues and staying organized is key. Employee relations solutions, like those we offer, can keep your company in compliance in order to lower the risk of legal and financial litigation. Take our risk-free assessment to find out how you can better manage employee relations issues within your organization. Joy HR will individually assess you’re organizations needs to implement new polices and refine current policies. We are here to assist with difficult employee issues you don’t know how to solve. Even if you have an HR staff, they may be overburdened with these issues, so we are here to be your backup when needed. The more involved employee relations cases may require some form of corrective action, an internal investigation, and even termination of one or more employees.


With our HR consulting services, we will ensure that all your company's HR anti-sexual harassment policy and other discrimination, harassment, bullying, and retaliation policies comply with federal or city, state requirements. We can also provide HR training in these areas as well.

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While this is a hot topic, not every company has an employee relations specialist. Nor does every company apply its employee relations policies correctly. So how are managers responding, and what’s the impact on the workplace?

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