This year’s Employers Council HR Webinar Series features two dynamic topics: Managing Employee Performance and Becoming an HR Business Partner.
$159 per line for each class,
$453 per line for Managing Employee Performance series - a savings of 5%,
$604 per line for HR Business Partner series - a savings of 5%,
$1,057 per line for both series - a savings of 5%,
Managing Employee Performance
You’re Fired: Terminating Employees - Practical Tools for Handling the Process
Firing an employee is one of the most difficult tasks managers face. Join this webinar for tips on preparing and conducting the termination process both fairly and legally.
Discipline Without Punishment
Forward thinking companies are shifting from progressive discipline to positive discipline. Take an innovative approach to employee discipline that is non-punitive. Use this approach to require poor performing employees to take responsibility for their behavior and commit to satisfactory performance to remain employed. This webinar will provide a framework to empower supervisors and managers to address performance issues with greater confidence.
Revamping Your Performance Management System
Reports of the death of performance management are greatly exaggerated. While the annual performance review process may be broken, organizations still need a process for evaluating and improving employee performance. Learn cutting-edge practices to transform the annual performance review into a dynamic employee-centered strategy aligned with organizational priorities.
HR Business Partner Series
What does it mean to be a Human Resource Business Partner?
Learn how to get a “seat at the table”. Understand the competencies necessary to become a successful HR Business Partner: business acumen, strategic thinking and alignment, relationship development, partnering, analysis, and integration.
Strategic Relationship Development and Partnering
Build strong and trusting relationships with clients and colleagues and become a value-added partner. Use a practical tool to assess power and interest to influence stakeholders.
Business Acumen: Understanding How Business Works
Increase your business knowledge and acumen by understanding how organizational strategy, structure, functions, systems, and people work together to create value.
Financial Acumen: Understanding How to Create Economic Value
How does money flow through an organization? Learn concepts and tools to speak the language of business and understand key financial reports. Use financial data to justify human capital recommendations.