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Webcast: How to manage ill, injured and absent employees

Managing workers on extended sick leave, or with long-term injuries, requires carefully balancing business needs with your rights and obligations as an employer. Watch this webcast to learn:

  • The major risks in taking action on long-term injured, sick or absent employees;
  • A step-by-step process for managing employees on unauthorised absence;
  • What to do when an injured worker is unable to return to work or perform pre-injury duties; and
  • Tips for defending unfair dismissal and other claims arising from absenteeism.
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Audio: Q&A - Managing workforce performance

At HR Daily's recent workforce performance events, Right Management practice leader Rosemarie Dentesano and Freehills senior associate Natalie Spark answered questions on a broad range of performance-related topics. Listen to the full Q&A sessions here. » more »




Webcast: How to handle difficult employees

When an employee is under-performing, or their conduct is unsatisfactory, they can have a "rotten apple" effect on other workers, damaging productivity, engagement, and retention levels, says employment lawyer Brad Petley. In this webcast he explains:

  • how difficult employee behaviour can manifest;
  • why employers must manage unsatisfactory conduct or performance;
  • employers' rights and obligations when managing difficult workers;
  • how to minimise your exposure to legal claims associated with difficult employees; and
  • tips and traps along the way.
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