Presented by Rhonda Meadows
The most critical lesson to be learned in communicating and carrying out corrective action or termination is how it is conducted. Creating a process that is well planned, comprehensive, and focuses on treating the employee with respect will have a tremendous impact on the employee’s perception and response to the action. A termination can be an emotional time for both management and employees, but studies show that it is possible for both the employer and the terminated employee to benefit. In this workshop, learn how to effectively plan for and communicate a termination decision, how to leave the employee with his/her dignity intact, and how to communicate to and manage the reaction of remaining employees.
- Review the key steps within the Positive Discipline process focused on respect and objectivity
- Gain tools to effectively evaluate, communicate and document employee separations
- Decrease your exposure to wrongful termination claims
Who will benefit:
- New and emerging leaders with little or no prior training or experience in managing others
- Experienced managers interested in continuous improvement and honing skills
- HR professionals and organizational leaders looking to ensure accountability to the organization’s principles and expectations while also effectively managing employment risk
Thursday October 4, 2018
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
7401 SW Washo Ct.
Tualatin, OR 97062
HRCI Credits: 2.75
SHRM Credits: 2.75
About the Presenter
VP of People Development & Culture