Don’t let the employee’s record become a weapon for supervisors, a shield for employees, or a millstone around your neck.
Instead make the employee record a useful tool to help your employees grow and develop and a bridge for building trust between you and your employees in addition to being the means by which you meet legislative requirements
Sheila’s straight forward, fact-based seminar presentation provides small business owners, corporate managers, and human resource professionals with information on how to keep and use employee records, simply and sensibly.
Some of the focus will be on day-to-day issues related to employee record contents and retention. Typical questions related to legislated employer obligations, like collection, use, and disclosure are answered and further information resources supplied if needed.
Sheila’s presentation will concentrate on helping the line-supervisor or manager’s
propitious use of the employee record as a means of generating creative and dynamic positive relations to foster greater productively and harmony on the workplace.
Sheila can also focus on special conditions, situations, or circumstances, such as:
- Employee and independent contract status – participants will learn how to distinguish between employing and contracting services, including the ramifications of getting it wrong and more importantly how to get it right,
- Employee and contract hiring agreements – participants will be introduced to simple and fair agreement wording, including reasonable non-compete and non-solicitation provisions, and
- Employee and contractor performance – participants will learn how to recognize what is going well and what isn’t without blurring the distinction between employees & contractors.
Sheila Newel’s seminar is “a must” for supervisors and first-line managers. It will save you time, energy and resources and relieve you from needless hours of headaches and heartaches.
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