HR webinar Ireland

HR Team Directors Breda Cullen and Martina McAuley will deliver the first of HR Team’s HR Essential 60 webinars on Performance Management on July 3 from 10am to 11am.

HR Essential 60 is a series of 60-minute webinars for employers and managers.

July’s HR Essential 60 is packed with expert advice on how best to tackle the myriad of staff performance issues facing managers on a day-to-day basis.

Employment law compliance

Ms Cullen says the webinar will give employers and managers the know-how to “unlock the full potential” of their workforce while remaining fully compliant with employment legislation.

“Many business owners and managers are faced with the daily challenge of dealing with underperforming employees. It is ultimately a drain on resources and staff morale. Tackling the underperformance of teams is a difficult process which must be handled with diplomacy, while also ensuring that management are legally compliant in the process.”

The July webinar will cover issues such as how to set the basic standards for your employees, how to provide clarity regarding their roles, and how to define underperformance and address the issue effectively while minimising compliance risk.

Employee Performance Improvement Plan

HR Team’s lead consultants will also guide attendees through the best practice on how to give constructive and structured feedback to employees and how to implement a Performance Improvement Plan. All participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the interactive session.

Participants will be sent a link to access the webinar and can participate from the comfort of their own desks.

The HR Essential 60: Performance Management is priced £30 or €35 excluding VAT and is complimentary to all of HR Team current clients. To register your place contact HR Team on 028 71 271 882 or email hello@hrteamgroup.com.

HR Essential 60 – upcoming webinars

Absence Management

Social Media use in the workplace

How to conduct a disciplinary investigation

ROI-NI differences in employment law

Setting targets for your staff