HR Competencies 

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  • Communication 

 

The human resource mantra to managers and supervisors is to “document, document, document.” But do your managers and supervisors know how, when, and what to document? This class will provide managers and supervisors with the skills to effectively document employee performance. Participants will learn a performance documentation process and understand its importance in preventing legal claims. Using proven techniques, participants will practice writing job-related performance documentation. This class will focus on how the current legal climate affects public employers as well as the “how-to’s” of documenting employee actions.

Overview

  • Why documentation helps prevent legal claims
  • How to document behaviors, not people
  • What to include in all documentation
  • Practice documentation skills

Who Should Attend

Human resources staff, supervisors, and managers in the public sector who need to learn practical, defensible documentation techniques. This training is appropriate for supervisors/managers who are involved in progressive discipline, employee separations, and managing employee performance.

On-site Option

This class is available as an on-site program tailored specifically for public employers.

Facilitator

Employers Council staff attorney

 

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​Class Details

This customized class is available exclusively as an on-site program. Contact our on-site training coordinator for more information and to schedule your training!

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Credits

Course ID #PERF110

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