The negative impacts of poorly managed performance management or performance improvement processes can result in bullying or harassment claims, be a trigger for General Protections claims, and other complex HR risks. HR professionals and operational managers need a good working knowledge of the laws concerning performance management, what can trigger performance issues, and how to minimise the risks of performance processes.
This one day workshop provides in-depth practical and legal insights for properly managing a range of performance processes, reduce risks, and help you manage negative implications of performance management or performance improvement.
Attend to effectively manage performance process risks, implications and triggers…. whilst also driving a high performance culture.
Performance issues linked with managing injured workers, and personal leave
Risks associated with performance management
Managing employee conduct, including social media
Avoid the common performance management mistakes
Performance appraisals & organisational alignment
This performance management workshop is being held in conjunction with the 6th annual HR Law Masterclass conferencewhich features up to 12 leading lawyers on the most significant HR, IR & ER issues: Reducing personal implications for HR professionals; Managing difficult employee behaviour; The effect of changes to casual, part time and contracting arrangements; Workplace mental health and wellbeing; Workplace investigations; Psychological injury claims risk; Injury management & Return-to-Work; Adverse Actions, General Protections and protected rights; & Terminations and unfair dismissal claims
Brisbane: March 12 | Sydney: March 14 | Melbourne: March 18 | Perth: March 20 | Canberra: March 21
This one day Performance Management Processes & HR Risks workshop provides in-depth practical and legal insights for properly managing a range of performance processes, reduce risks, and help you manage negative implications of performance management or performance improvement.