September 2009 SN Cover
Best Practices for Personnel Management
Given how much of our lives we spend working, it makes sense that we want our time at work to be as smooth as possible, from our interactions with colleagues to the personnel evaluations we receive—and in some cases, perform—to feeling productive and comfortable in the overall office environment. The September issue of School Nutrition, SNA’s award-winning flagship publication, provides guidance for how employees at all levels can make the most out of their time in the workplace.
Through sample workplace conflict scenarios, “War & Peace” offers conflict resolution strategies and reminders.
As “The Reviews Are In!” details, the performance review process can be involved and at times, anxiety-producing. Employees and managers alike can benefit from some practical tips and suggestions that they can keep in mind when evaluation time comes around.
This issue also showcases the memorable moments from this year’s Annual National Conference in Las Vegas in “Bright Lights, Major Content.” If you were unable to attend, catch up on the conference happenings, or if you were a conference participant, take another look at the highlights.
War & Peace
Don't let workplace conflict tear you apart!
The Reviews Are In!
Planned performance discussions are essential to employee motivation and engagement.
Bright Lights, Major Content
SNA's 2009 Annual National Conference provided four days of education, training and memories.