In this video, explore HR's dual role as employee disciplinarian and employee advocate in an effort to balance the needs of the employer and employee.
- HR pros in the employee relations space…are constantly trying to balance the needs…of the employees we serve…with the expectations of the employers we work for.…This is because we're the standard bearers…of the organization,…and our decisions have to be compliant with employment laws…and the organization's policies and practices.…It may not be a fun part of the job,…but HR cannot escape its responsibility in managing…the discipline process for underperforming employees.…
However, the focus should be on the purpose…of the disciplinary process,…which is to minimize undesirable behaviors,…and the discipline process should only be activated…once positive intervention strategies like coaching…and mentoring have failed to change the behavior.…Throughout the disciplinary process,…HR pros must emphasize the employee's rights…and the supervisors responsibilities.…Every employee has a fundamental right to due process,…which means all available facts should be evaluated…before the employee receives a consequence.…
One of the biggest disciplinary challenges for HR pros…
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Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 07/05/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover risk and change management, learning and development, and total rewards. In addition, the following topics were updated: PHR exam outline and HR’s strategic focus.