MANAGING AN EFFECTIVE PROBATIONARY PROCESS

Do you have an effective probationary process in place? Following recent legislation changes, a robust probationary process has become a vital part of the HR toolkit. Join us to learn how to develop and manage this process, including how to satisfy good faith and fairness in the exceptional circumstances of employment termination. Also receive practical tools and sample resources to use in your own organisation.


A comprehensive, robust probationary process has become an essential part of the HR toolkit following recent legislation changes.

Under the Employment Relations Amendment Act 2018, organisations with more than 20 employees can now no longer lawfully utilise the 90-day trial period provision. That’s why having a clear probationary process in place as part of your organisation’s induction process has never been more important.

Join us to learn how to construct a probationary process, including how to identify other aspects of your employment terms that can support this process.

We will also discuss how to satisfy good faith and fairness throughout a probationary process, with a clear understanding of the procedural steps and when and how a termination decision can reasonably be reached.

At the close of the workshop, you will receive essential tools and samples to help you develop a probationary resource specifically for your business. You will also have an opportunity to discuss any challenges your business might be facing with our Chamber experts.

This interactive workshop is ideally suited for HR representatives in businesses with more than 20 full-time employees (FTEs).

This workshop will be presented by:

-          Melicia Clough, Advisory and Consultancy Manager, The Chamber

-          Kelly Wealleans, Workplace Relations Advisor, The Chamber

 

Price:

Member Price: $280 + GST

Non-Member Price: $560 + GST

 

When
5/11/2019 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Where
57 Kilmore Street CHRISTCHURCH NEW ZEALAND
 

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