Documenting Employee Performance:
Say This, Not That
Friday, August 19, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET
HR is always preparing for litigation. You MUST know what to say … and how to document it
Document, document, document! That HR mantra has been drummed into your head for one main reason: employment lawsuits are usually decided based on the quality of the organization’s documentation or lack of it.
From substandard work to insubordination to absenteeism, correctly discussing and documenting discipline is critical for both legal protection and successful employee communication. Most managers or HR professionals, however, never learned how to write up an employee. Now you can.
On August 19, discover how to document and discuss employee discipline issues in the most clear, accurate and legally smart way. Learn exactly what to say during verbal, written and final warnings, how to write up incident reports, how to draft tangible improvement goals and how to document last-chance consequences.
Your trainer, Paul Falcone, is a best-selling author and the former HR leader at Paramount Pictures and Time Warner. Paul’s webinar and accompanying handout will provide you with sample phrases and wording that you can start using right away!
Agenda for Documenting Employee Performance
- Master progressive discipline and effectively structure terminations.
- Discover sample wording to help you write warnings, PIPs and terminations the right way.
- Save time and remove the anxiety from the discipline-documentation process.
- Build confidence in your writing skills and improve your standing within the organization.
- Shift responsibility for improvement away from the organization and back to the employee, where it rightfully belongs!
- Give employees the ability to take ownership of their own performance improvement.
- Erect a legal barrier against wrongful termination lawsuits.
- Avoid the common mistakes employers make with their discipline policies and follow-through.
- Employ alternatives to formal disciplinary warnings, including letters of clarification and decision-making leaves.
- Discover how to use discipline documents as a means to control performance, behavior and attendance problems, and cut costs.
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Get answers to all your questions
Paul Falcone is a best-selling author and has held senior-level HR positions with Paramount Pictures, Time Warner, and Nickelodeon. He currently serves as the CHRO of the Motion Picture & Television Fund. Paul is well known in the HR world for his dynamic presentations and for authoring several HarperCollins and SHRM books, many of which have been ranked as Amazon #1 best-sellers in their respective disciplines. Paul is also an adjunct professor at UCLA’s School of Business and Management.
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101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems
Everyone who orders will receive a key chapter of Paul Falcone’s book, 101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems, that provides answers—and sample responses—to the 20 most common questions asked by HR and managers when disciplining employees (and documenting that discipline). Learn what to say and how to say it, directly from one of America’s leading experts on employee relations.
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