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Legal and Effective Documentation and Discipline: An Effective Approach to Employee Discipline and Discharge - Webinar

  • ID: 3450887
  • Webinar
  • 60 Minutes
  • Redstone Learning
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We are trained to be good accountants, engineers and teachers. We are generally not trained to be good managers of people. Many of us are thrown into supervisory positions with little training or knowledge. This so called “soft stuff” is really the hard stuff. Mistakes made managing employee performance can lead to lowered morale, high turnover and legal liability.

Filled with practical tools, this webinar will help you understand to better set expectations, document performance issues and discharge when necessary.

Course Objective:

- Understand how to set clear expectations with employees
- Understand the risks and consequences or inadequate documentation and discipline
- Learn practical tools to document performance issues and conduct disciplinary discussions
- Properly document performance issues and improvement plans
- Minimize risk when terminating an employee

Course Outline:

- The importance of documentation and discipline
- Legal and environmental risks of failure to address performance issues
- How to create clear expectations for employees
- Addressing and documenting performance deficiencies
- Understanding the differences between subjective and objective documenation
- Complete formal HR disciplinary paperwork
- Follow through conversations and documentation
- Developing and monitoring Performance Improvement Plans
- The decision to terminate
- The termination meeting

Target Audience:

- Human Resources Staff
- Human Resources Professionals
- Supervisors
- Executives
- Managers
- Business Owners
- Consultants
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Kelly Rietow, PHR, PMP, MBA. With 20+ years broad-based expertise in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Facilitation and Leadership, Kelly has worked with both global, public organizations and small, privately held organizations. She has a particular passion for optimizing the performance of organizations experiencing growing pains.

A two-time recipient of the Employers Association Best Practices Award, Kelly earned her MBA from the University of St. Thomas, the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification through the Society for Human Resource Management and the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification through the Project Management Institute.
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