Employment law, health and safety and personnel performance
Massey University, in conjunction with a range of industry partners including RetailX and Retail NZ, is here to help provide some guidance and reassurance as we pivot to the new normal.
We can nearly smell Level 1 but the full impact of COVID is still surfacing. Managing one of our most important assets - employees - is as critical as ever. There are areas of grey and areas we are exploring for the first time which may seem unclear. Health and safety have different considerations with social distancing. Find out from our experts about how you manage new areas with employees from a legal, personnel performance and H&S lens.
Amanda Douglas, Wynn Williams
Amanda leads the Employment and Health and Safety practice at Wynn Williams. She acts on the full range of Employment Law matters, with a particular focus in the dispute resolution area. Amanda gets alongside clients to work on the best outcome for them. She and her team are recognised by Chambers and Legal 500 for their expertise in these areas, and she also frequently speaks at Employment and Health and Safety conferences.
Penny Holden, Performance Consultant -PennyHolden.com
Penny is a leadership and communication specialist, providing facilitation and training in mindset and cultural shifts, learning experiences and team and individual performance development. Penny has more than 20 years of real business and workplace experience, expertise and knowledge, and is business-savvy and results-driven. She has an extensive background in behavioural sciences, psychology, education and organisational development and people capability.
Right-size your staffing levels to build your business through the after-effects of lockdown, discussing:
• Wage subsidy • Redundancy
• Managing staff through other ways such as reduced hours and pay, hibernation
• Holidays Act implications • Health & Safety requirements
Engagement: getting everyone to perform – what it takes
• Preventing poor performance
• Managing poor performance – key steps
• Keys to having challenging performance conversations
When you register, you will be given an opportunity to put questions in advance to the presenters; these will be used to inform their presentations. During the talks you will also be able to submit written questions.
Reboot Retail How-to FREE webinar series
WEBINAR 7: Managing employees through a pandemic and beyond
DATE: Wednesday 10 June (NZST)
TIME : 11-12noon