This is the first scheduled event after the summer break. The committee is excited to offer this informative session and to see our members and students. We have secured parking at the college for the first 25 vehicles at no cost to our members. Please register today.
Employee management is an important topic for HR professionals and the businesses they serve. There are numerous benefits from well-managed employees, including increased productivity and retention rates and a corresponding reduction in administrative issues for HR professionals.
We have created this program to outline key considerations and procedures to follow when dealing with two specific areas of employee management, namely attendance and criminal charges/convictions.
- Managing Employee Attendance Post-pandemic, the traditional workplace has changed drastically, and attendance management has had to adjust as a result. Key considerations include managing employee attendance in different work locations (i.e. the workplace, at the employee's home, or elsewhere) and when transitioning employees back to the office. We will also discuss culpable versus non-culpable absences and procedures for addressing attendance issues.
- Managing employees facing criminal charges/conviction Criminal charges or convictions may negatively impact the individual employee, their fellow employees, and the workplace culture. This section will include discussion of how to address circumstances in which employees are facing charges or conviction, when you may have grounds for dismissal, and what human rights considerations may be involved.
- Implement best practices for addressing employee charges/convictions.
- Develop an approach for managing attendance concerns and discipline.
- Understand human rights considerations relating to employee management.
5:30 PM Registration and Networking
6:00 PM Dinner (includes 1 (one) beverage of choice)
6:30 PM Speaker Presentation
8:30 PM Event Concludes
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