Conducting effective performance appraisals is an integral part of an organization's performance management system and can be instrumental in meeting business goals. However, what is effective for one organization may be unsuccessful for another based on corporate size, management structure and philosophy.
Learn how recent legislative changes at the state and federal levels affect how performance appraisals may be conducted. Proper recordkeeping and documentation practices will also be discussed with specific examples. Practical examples of real-life cases will be presented in order to fully grasp the liability risks inherent to certain situations. For example:
- What happens when a supervisor adheres to the "Don't put anything negative in writing!" approach to recordkeeping?
- How do performance appraisals relate to retaliation claims?
- What information should be communicated when managing poor performers?
Join us for this informative presentation to learn how to keep your performance management process current, collaborative and compliant.
View this free webinar presented by Marta Moakley of XpertHR, where participants will get a chance to test their knowledge of how to properly handle a range of issues involving performance management - including actually rating an employee.
Marta Moakley is the legal editor for the training and development, employee retention, performance appraisals, promotions, employee communications, managing employees in special situations, employee discipline, and recordkeeping and minimizing liability content in the employee management section of XpertHR.
Prior to joining XpertHR, she worked as an assistant attorney general with the Florida Attorney General's Office, and as an Equal Opportunity Specialist for the US Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.
Marta also served as a law clerk to the Hon. Paul C. Huck, Senior US District Judge for the Southern District of Florida.