When I teach people about becoming a supervisor, I always tell them that they should not do formal evaluations of their staff. I am often met with surprise and concern. Some people believe that evaluations are so necessary that they believe they are required by law.
Local NAACP president Jim Jackson and community activist Dan Leavell joined us on our program today from the corner of Jackson and Market streets in downtown Sandusky. The anniversary of the March on Washington was discussed as well as segregation in Sandusky at that time.
The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending Aug. 16, in Ottawa, Erie and Huron counties. For a full listing of real estate transactions, pick up a copy of Sunday's Register.
In the last blog titled "It is your job", employees were encouraged to step up and learn more about themselves and their job even if it wasn't expected. Management was disregarded as that would be addressed later. Now, that time has come.
At the Library we work with a lot of small business owners, whether it’s introducing them to social media and website tools, providing resources for securing grants, or just offering a space and equipment for them to work.
We all know someone who believes that they know everything. You know the type, you mention that you are starting on a new hobby and even though they have never done the hobby, they tell you how to do it. I had an employee like this once.