Employment Law for Managers – Poor Performance or Misconduct (NZ)
Managing a poorly performing employee can be one of the most challenging issues a manager faces. Poor performance is different from misconduct, and understanding how to differentiate between the two is an important first step. This course describes poor performance and misconduct, providing examples for context.
This course is part of the Employment Law for Managers microlearning series. In five minutes or less, each course covers an aspect of people management that can create legal risk if not handled effectively. Whether used as training for new managers, or just-in-time learning, this series helps managers act ethically, with integrity, while also minimising compliance risk.
- The difference between poor performance and misconduct
- Minimise potential legal risk in employment-related decisions