Managing Employees' Time
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Written by Michael Corum, a leading author on supervising federal employees, Managing Employees’ Time offers federal supervisors strategic and prescriptive guidance for getting federal employees to come to work, optimizing the amount of productive time spent at work, and administering leave when it is requested. Federal managers, supervisors and HR personnel rely on this text for expert instruction on:
- Hours of Work—including the rules and practicalities of what is and is not allowed during duty hours
- Work Schedules—including rules and warnings regarding alternative work schedules
- Overtime—including the status of the employee, when overtime is allowed, and strategies for managing overtime
- Leave Administration—including annual, administrative, and sick leave and when to use them
- Managing Time on the Job—including how to get employees to spend as much of the 2,087 paid hours actually working
- Common Problems—including problems requiring special handling, e.g., enforced leave, light duty, medical issues, alcoholism and drug addiction, maternity leave, terminal leave, and abandonment of position
- Managing Telecommuters—including discussion of the unique difficulties of managing telecommuters’ time
- Strategies for Managing Time and Controlling Absenteeism—including tips on how to maximize the amount of time employees spend on the job
- Appendix A: Sample Letters—including Restricted Sick Leave Warning, Letter of Restriction/Requirement/Expectation, Letter of Reprimand, Letter Ending Light Duty, and Letter Requiring Medical Documentation
- Appendix B: Employee Leave And Attendance Record
Also included is a detailed table of contents.
Also available as a .pdf file on a CD-ROM or as an ebook for instant download.