Northwestern 04.15.21 VIRTUAL Dealing with the Difficult Employee


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Starts:04/15/2021 9:00 AM

Ends:04/15/2021 10:30 AM

Event Type: Webcast

1.5 CPD Hour(s)

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ON24

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FREE Members can DONATE $5 l $30 Non-members

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Northwestern 04.15.21 VIRTUAL Dealing with the Difficult Employees

HR Professionals often say that they spend 90% of their time on 10% of employees.   This seminar addresses how to deal with the “Difficult” employee, from identifying and addressing underlying issues and their possible connection to inappropriate Conduct, to performance management and absenteeism and attendance problem.

Join Lorenzo Lisi in discussing the challenges and possible approaches when dealing with the Difficult Employee, Absenteeism and Attendance Issues

Speaker bio(s)
Lorenzo Lisi

Lorenzo Lisi has practiced exclusively in the area of labour and employment law for almost 25 years and has appeared before courts and administrative tribunals on behalf of employer clients, both provincially and federally. His areas of expertise include drafting of employment agreements, collective bargaining, human rights, mediation, wrongful and constructive dismissal defence, and grievance and labour board litigation, as well as responding to union organizing and applications for certification.

Lorenzo has served as a member of the Government Affairs Committee of the Human Resources Professionals Association and is regularly asked to speak and write on a variety of employment and labour law topics. He is also involved in the development and presentation of management training on a wide variety of topics, including human rights, union organizing defence strategies, strikes and lockouts,employment policies and procedures, and risk management.