Training @ Evans Faull is an engaging and contextualised series of training programs held at our Malvern office. Each session has a maximum of 8 participants, to ensure the collaborative benefits of small group training is retained.
The session provides Business Owners, Managers Supervisors and Team Leaders with a thorough overview of an organisation’s obligations in relation to applicable employment legislation in Australia.
All the HR basics are covered with practical examples for how to incorporate these appropriately into your business.
> Understand employment legislation impacts and noncompliance risks
> Articulate the essential compliance obligations of your organisation
> Contribute to the development of workplace policies
> Conduct successful recruitment campaigns for effective appointments
> Better manage employee performance
> Minimise risks of Unfair Dismissal claims
> What is Discrimination?
> What is Harassment & Sexual Harassment?
> What is Bullying?
> What can you do to prevent it...
> Handling complaints
> Creating a positive workplace culture
Today, more than ever, employees are less likely to tolerate inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
The wave of #timesup and #metoo movements combined with some high profile bullying and harassment cases playing out in the public arena attest to a cultural shift that is now well underway. In each case, public discussions raise the important point – what was being done to prevent this inappropriate behaviour from occurring?
> Your obligations under the Fair Work Act & NES
> Mandatory compliance requirements, including contracts and leave
> Essential workplace policies to protect your business
> Key recruitment strategies and obligations for onboarding new starters
> Managing employee performance and terminations
While a positive culture, proactive training programs and compliant policies will lead to a more productive workforce, it doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be exempt from needing to performance manage an employee.
There will almost certainly be cases where one of your employees does not meet required standards of performance or behaviour. When such instances occur, you need to be prepared so you can act swiftly and minimise any impact on your organisation.
> Typical indicators of employee behavioural and performance problems
> How to address and manage unsatisfactory workplace performance
> How to effectively establish expectations with employees
> Keeping control of difficult employee discussions
> Legal obligations in conducting a performance management process