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Webcast: Fair and sound workplace investigations

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One misstep in workplace investigations can undermine a decision and expose employers to claims, and remote work arrangements have added an extra layer of complexity. In this webcast, a lawyer discusses procedural fairness essentials, case law lessons, special considerations during COVID-19, and much more. » more »



Webcast: Managing sick leave, illness and absence

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It has never been more important for employers to properly manage sick leave and risks of illness in their workplace. In this webcast, a workplace lawyer discusses legal issues and considerations relating to personal leave entitlements, sick leave policies, dismissing sick employees, and more. » more »


Webcast: Flexible work strategies for a COVID world and beyond

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Employees' expectations around flexible work have now changed forever, and employers will need to step up or risk losing out on the best talent. This webcast outlines the current state of play; the business case for encouraging flexibility; how COVID has changed flexible work; benefits, lessons and finding the balance; "blended working" as a new concept; and issues to watch out for with WFH employees. » more »



Webcast: Navigating complex performance-related dismissals

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Even when avenues for improvement appear to be exhausted, it's crucial to follow a procedurally fair process when dismissing an employee for poor performance. In this webinar, an employment lawyer shares guiding principles around terminating for underperformance. » more »




Webcast: Performance strategies during workplace disruption

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The coronavirus pandemic and its business impact raise entirely new challenges in performance management. This webinar provides an update on performance management and why it isn't working; performance strategies that make an impact; and what specifically needs to change, in light of COVID-19. » more »