Performance Management and the Termination Process
Date: March 26, 2020
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Employees need information and facts regarding their performance to be able to make behavior modifications to meet expectations. When performance management is properly carried out, challenges are often resolved before they get out of hand. When an employee has a supportive supervisor, he has the potential to stretch far, to feel greatly valued, and to continually grow on the job, making this a positive reinforcing cycle. Employee termination is often the last step in an unsuccessful attempt to help a worker meet work standards. Many managers have no idea how to properly conduct a termination. This lack of knowledge puts the manager and the employer at risk. This seminar is designed to enhance skills, provide guidance needed to effectively mentor and coach employees and, as a last resort, to sever the employer/employee relationship legally.