Discipline and Documentation – Seattle

Documentation

Over the past five years, 6 out of 10 employers have faced an employee lawsuit, with the majority for wrongful termination. Employers’ chances of winning these suits is a mere 33%, and the average award to an employee is $250,000.

A system of progressive discipline and proper documentation offers protection to the company while creating fairness for the employee. When feedback and coaching have not corrected performance problems, properly documented disciplinary action delivers a stronger message that performance problems must be remedied. Many employees will then change attitudes and behaviors. For those who don’t, companies may then progress in the disciplinary process without worry.

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Promote employee fairness and company protection with a six-step disciplinary action process
  • Develop a simple yet effective system of recording observations in an ongoing fact file
  • Determine the appropriate disciplinary action
  • Document disciplinary action thoroughly and accurately
  • Deliver disciplinary action to support improved performance

Note: Discipline and Documentation is offered as a stand-alone class and is also one module in our 3-day Supervisory Skills course.

This program is designed for supervisors and managers.

Prerequisite: N/A

Length: 3.5 hours

HRCI Credits: This program has been submitted to HR Certification Institute for review.

Requests for cancellation received at least 48 hours prior to the class date will be accepted and the class fee will be refunded in full. For cancellations received within 48 hours of the class date, and for participants who fail to attend the class, no refund will be issued.

Archbright

Archbright University helps organizations achieve their learning goals through the corporate university format—a proven way to increase your company’s commitment to employee learning and professional development.

As your corporate university, our learning and development programs are designed to close critical skills gaps, develop leaders, and build employee engagement by covering:

-Supervision and Management
-Human Resources
-Professional Development
-Safety

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