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Using Time and Attendance to Influence Performance 11/18/2019
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Coaching methods to address time and attendance issues will be discussed and practiced. When those efforts fall short, this workshop will review and practice the options that managers should consider terminating the employment relationship, including progressive discipline, just cause and last chance agreements. Cases and laws, including many specifically from Connecticut, will provide insight into the case studies and discussions on how to achieve these goals.

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When: Monday, November 18, 2019
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Where: CT Nonprofit Center, Charter Oak Conference Room
75 Charter Oak Avenue
Suite 1-100
Hartford, Connecticut  06106
United States
Contact: Zoe Schwartz
860.525.5080 x1024


Online registration is available until: 11/18/2019
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Using Time and Attendance to Influence Performance

 

Every manager and supervisor will confront time and attendance issues at one time or another.  They are generally regarded as garden variety infractions wherein the supervisor’s response may or may not improve employee performance.  Instead, they should be viewed as opportunities for re-establishing the relationship between supervisor and employee to regain trust and encourage compliance.  To that end, coaching methods to address time and attendance issues will be discussed and practiced.  When those efforts fall short, this workshop will review and practice the options that managers should consider terminating the employment relationship, including progressive discipline, just cause and last chance agreements.  Cases and laws, including many specifically from Connecticut, will provide insight into the case studies and discussions on how to achieve these goals.  

 

 

Skills/Knowledge:  The Hidden Uses of Time and Attendance

 

Participant Outcomes:

  • Costs of absenteeism and tardiness Why employees call in sick – getting to the root causes
  • Why time and attendance present opportunities as well as challenges
  • Leveraging time and attendance to kindle meaningful dialogue
  • Connecticut and federal laws that interact with time and attendance (FMLA, FLSA,  ADA, Workers Compensation, domestic abuse victims)
  • Myths and Legends about Time and Attendance

 

Presenter: Steven J. Greenblatt, Esq. Principal, Carpe Diem Associates is well known in our community of nonprofits for facilitating successful Management trainings. He is a Professor at Penn State University, holds a Juris Doctor degree from New York Law School, and a Masters in Labor Law from New York University School of Law.  Steve's trainings are dynamic, relevant, and interactive. Participants will be provided with scenarios relevant to the sectors they serve, and applicable to the participants' work experiences and settings. 

 

Lunch is not provided, but there will be an hour break for lunch with plenty of restaurant options nearby our Hartford office. 

 

Program Fees:

  • $209 for Members
  • $249 for Not-Yet-Members

Payment is due in full upon registration and enrollment will not be guaranteed until payment is received.

 

Refund Policy:

Once registered, you may request a full refund, or request your registration be transferred to another future training, up until 2 weeks before the date of the training. Within the 2 weeks prior to the training, we cannot process refunds or offer credit toward a future training, however you may substitute another attendee in your place at any time.

 

 

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