WEBINAR: Practically Building Empathy into the Redundancy Process
- Duration: 1 hour
- Region: Nationwide
- Venue: Heritage Auckland
The webinar recognises that fast decisions often need to be made, but that doesn’t mean that empathy needs to be overlooked.
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 = $23.00
- Non-member = $34.50
It’s been said before, and it will be said again. We are currently facing unprecedented times. Due to this uncertainty, organisations are making fast, impactful decisions to help minimise the effect COVID-19 is having on their ability to operate.
As HR people, we know that labour is usually the largest cost to an organisation, and in financially tight times, people are usually the first to go. It is likely almost every company in the world is looking at reducing cost through reducing its workforce, and if you are in HR, this is likely a topic that has already been discussed at your organisation.
It is recognised that fast decisions are needing to be made to save many organisations, but that doesn’t mean that empathy in the redundancy process needs to be overlooked.
Join us at this webinar where we discuss practical steps to build empathy into the redundancy process to ensure people leaving the organisation leave through a positive experience.
Facilitated by Stephanie Love - Love Business
Stephanie is the Leader of Love Business, an HR consultancy designed to help individuals find their dream career. Love Business offers outplacement services for employees facing redundancy.
Stephanie brings to Love Business 10 years’ experience as an HR generalist and Reward specialist working for organisations such as Tower insurance, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Coca-Cola Amatil, and Disney.
Stephanie has a unique perspective on the redundancy process due to being made personally redundant in 2018.
Whilst Global Head of Reward and Recognition at Magic Memories the organisation won the emerging award at the 2017 Equal Pay Awards and in 2018 Stephanie was a finalist for the HRNZ HR Specialist of the Year.
Stephanie has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Psychology and a Postgraduate diploma in Business Administration, Human Resources Management, both from Massey University.
She is currently studying towards a law degree and forging a secondary career in politics, with a passion for equal pay and a mission to update employment law legislation to be more relevant to work in the 21st century.
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Registrations close 10:00am the day of the webinar.
An appropriate substitute participant is welcome any time before the webinar 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 webinar.
Regrettably, no refunds can be made for cancellations received after this date and you are liable for the full cost of attendance at the webinar.