Human Resources: Navigating Performance Issues

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Focus on tools to develop or strengthen your discipline and termination policies and procedures.

Are you faced with employee or volunteer performance management challenges or involuntary termination?

By implementing a progressive, corrective discipline process, you encourage your employees and volunteers to become productive to your organization. In addition, the workshop will provide you with important information to help you soundly terminate an employee or volunteer.

Program Details

Date & Time: December 12, 2017 l 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: 1183 Melville Street, Downtown Vancouver 
Cost: Member - $95.00; Non-member - $110.00

Learning Outcomes

This workshop will focus on the tool to develop or strengthen your discipline and termination policies and procedures. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Respond to a variety of performance issues
  • Know when to use progressive discipline to address performance deficiencies
  • Know when to terminate someone due to performance

Workshop Content

  • Progressive discipline
  • Employee rights & policies
  • Performance discussion
  • Written warnings, performance improvement plans
  • Terminations

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Date: December 12, 2017 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
1183 Melville Street
Vancouver, BC V6E2X5
City of Vancouver


Ashley Spetch

Dr. Ashley Spetch is an organizational wellness leader and a certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor whose expertise lies at the intersection of psychology and business. Ashley leads Homewood’s Organizational Wellness team, providing wellness consulting and training services to businesses across North America to drive health promotion initiatives. With an extensive background in employee well-being, psycho-education, and positive psychology, Ashley is a frequent presenter on topics related to workplace mental health and mental health disabilities. Ashley also works in collaboration with human resources and diverse client groups to tackle matters such as leadership development, job fit, succession planning, psychological health and safety, employee mental health, workplace conflict, and the human side of change.

t: 604 875 9144**
f: 604 875 0710
1183 Melville Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 2X5

**Please note: During COVID-19 the Vantage Point team is working from home. Contact information for workshops can be found on event pages, or find a list of our staff contact info here.


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