1/2 DAY VIRTUAL COURSE: Exiting Problem Employees
- Duration: 4 hours
- Region: Nationwide
This virtual half-day course will focus on the legal and practical points around exiting problem employees.
If you are a member of HRNZ, please log in through the HRNZ website to access your member discount.
All pricing includes GST.
- HRNZ Member = $297.00
- Non-member = $367.00
This half-day course will be delivered online via Zoom. It is limited to 25 registrations to ensure you get the most out of this session.
Perhaps your staff member is the wrong fit for the job, a poor performer, bully, or damaging your company’s reputation.
Most employers will need to exit employees at some stage but are unsure how to do it properly.
Too many employers fail to exit staff despite grounds for dismissal, for fear the employee will raise a personal grievance.
In this course, find out how to manage the exit of problem employees with less stress. We will focus on the legal and practical points around managing the exit, so that you keep your team company reputation intact.
We will answer your questions around exiting staff, such as: What must you do before exiting for poor performance or serious misconduct? How do you reduce legal risk when negotiating an exit settlement? What should you include in the settlement agreement?
Consider how to protect company reputation and property when a difficult employee leaves your organisation. We will discuss terms of settlement to protect company property and reputation, including for senior employees.
Find out how to resolve employment relationship problems through negotiation and at mediation for a successful outcome.
This course will give you a comprehensive overview of considerations upon exiting staff. Join employment lawyer Julia Shallcrass on this virtual half day course. We will explore case law and case studies to show you how to properly exit problem employees.
Attendees will receive a digital workbook including activities and can ask questions virtually during the live seminar. This course involves Q&A and activities for you to discuss in small groups.
This course complements our Managing Poor Performers course which focuses on the performance review process.
Who is this course for?
This course is useful for all HR professionals, particularly those in their first 5 years of practice, or those who want the confidence to effectively exit an employee. The course will also be useful for people managers and business owners seeking practice guidance on how to exit problem employees, and understand how to negotiate and mediate for a successful outcome.
"Best online course ever. I found it relevant and very useful. Yay Julia - she makes it sound easy" - Jacqui, Performance and Capability Advisor
"I though this was really valuable - the info was great, and the break out rooms worked well, allowing for some discussion and sharing of ideas/experience." - Nicole, Director
All personal development events are subject to HRNZ Terms and Conditions.
Registrations close 12:00pm Monday, 22 November.
Facilitated by Julia Shallcrass - Kiwiboss
Julia Shallcrass is an employment lawyer who specialises in presenting on employment law and HR innovation. Julia upskills people managers and HR professionals on improving legal compliance, workplace culture and productivity.
As director of KiwiBoss, Julia delivers in-house training to organisations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to help create better workplaces. Julia is part of the KiwiBoss team that delivers public courses through HRNZ, and in partnership with Auldhouse, incuding live and virtual courses during COVID-19.
Julia provides online training with new KiwiBoss modules to be released this year. She is a regular webinar presenter for CCH Learning, and subject matter expert for Kineo online training. She is an employment columnist for NZ Herald.
An appropriate substitute participant is welcome any time before the course starts. Please let us know the replacement's name. If you have booked on a member price and a non member is to attend in your place you will be invoiced for the difference in price.
A refund of fees will be made if a cancellation is received in writing at least 10 working days prior to the commencement of the course.
Regrettably, no refunds can be made for cancellations received after this date and you are liable for the full cost of attendance at the course.