A series of practical people-management seminars, right on your doorstep, giving you tips and tools to use immediately in the work-place. The series is run in partnership with POD Consulting.
Setting Employees up for Success: Wednesday 11 April
Do your employees know what you expect of them? Do they have job descriptions and KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)?
For your business to be successful, it’s important that your staff understand what is expected of them. A job description with a clear set of tasks in key result areas, and clear performance outcomes, helps employees focus on what you want them to achieve.
This session will cover:
- How to set expectations
- How to write job descriptions
- How to develop and write KPIs
- How to help your team achieve results
- Monitoring and measuring progress
VENUE: GETBA office - Level 1, 1 Sir William Avenue, East Tamaki (on street parking available)
TIMING: Starts at 7.30am, finishes by 9am
PRICE: $55 per session, includes light refreshments.
Note: This event is reserved for GETBA members only.
Refund policy: GETBA offers a full refund if the booking is cancelled in writing at least 48 hours before the event. If the cancellation is received after this deadline a refund will not be offered.
Employment Law Update 2018: 14 & 15 March
It’s a new year and a new government, so what better time to review and get up to speed with recently announced changes in Employment Law.
Find out what you need to know. This update will cover:
- Changes to the 90-day trial period for larger employers (20+) and probationary period alternative
- Reinstatement of formalised rest and meal breaks
- Recent case law relating to Health and Safety
- Shift hours and on call compensation
- Parental leave extensions from 1 July
- Rise in the minimum wage from April
- Flexible work arrangements
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Upcoming 2018 Programme
09 May: Undertaking Performance Reviews that Work
13 June: Engaging and Rewarding Your Team
08 August: Dealing with Poor Performance
12 September: Managing the Disciplinary Process
10 October: Communicating Effectively with Your Team