Performance Appraisals That Motivate and Limit Legal Liability
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Learn how to conduct performance appraisals that increase performance and decrease liability.
Do you feel like you are stuck with employees who are not meeting the expectations of their jobs? Well, it is finally time to do something about it. Julie A. Proscia and Jonathon D. Hoag are attorneys who have assisted countless employers in tackling the tough problem of addressing employee performance and behavioral concerns. This topic will cover how to notify employees of the conduct and performance that the employer expects, strategies for encouraging employees to improve performance, and advice on how to avoid the legal pitfalls when terminating employees who do not improve their performance.
AuthorsJulie A. Proscia, SmithAmundsen
• Rationale and Benefits
• Design and Implementation
• Critical Factors to Successful Performance Management
• Formal Performance Review Planning Checklist
Holding Employees Accountable
• How Can I Coach Employee Performance?
• What Makes an Effective Performance Evaluation?
• How Do I Create Performance Improvement Plans
• How Should an Employer Document Disciplinary Action?