Employee Relations Essentials
Employee Relations is concerned with maintaining employer-employee relationships that contribute to satisfactory productivity, motivation, and morale. Preventing and resolving problems with individuals before they become an issue is ideal. But what do you do when this doesn't occur? What role does the manager assume throughout the process, and how can the Department of Human Resources provide support? Effective usage of employee relations tools, processes, and supports helps you effectively manage your most valuable resource - your employees.
Attendance in this workshop will acquaint managers with the tools and resources available to them to manage employee performance, as well the policy and procedures that support a manager in holding an employee accountable for job performance These include:
- Coaching and problem-solving conversations
- Understanding the Progressive Discipline process
- Documentation of performance management including Progressive Discipline
- Tools, forms, and available supports
Date: March 7, 2013
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: HR Training Room, Expressway Tower #208
Facilitated by: Lorea Belle Seidel, Associate Director of Human Resources
Rebecca Sampson, Senior HR Specialist
Questions? Email DevelopU@smu.edu.
To enroll in this workshop, you must have first completed: Managing and Coaching for High Performance
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