Common mistakes employers make with their staff

When

July 24, 2024    
7:30 am - 9:00 am

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This interactive session addresses common myths and mistakes employers make when managing their employees and the best ways to avoid them. Staying on top of your obligations as an employer or manager can be tough, especially when you are trying to run your business. Find out about why and how:

  • you need to consult with staff
  • check that employees are being paid correctly including, overtime, allowances and penalties
  • to ensure you have the required workplace documentation so employees understand your expectations of them
  • to check assumptions about employee motivation, engagement and performance
  • to understand how employees feel about the workplace

These topics will be explored through case studies with recommendations on practical actions you can take to avoid making them yourself. Those who attend will be provided with templates and resources to assist with compliance.

Facilitator: Stacey Joseph

Stacey Joseph is the Business Services Manager at the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI). Stacey has worked across a range of employer facing roles with the TCCI over the past 10 years. These roles have involved working with business owners and managers and their staff to design and deliver programs that support increased engagement, productivity and positive workplace culture. Stacey has over 15 years’ experience as a coach, facilitator, human resources and workplace culture specialist. She has extensive knowledge of contemporary HR practices as well as a strong understanding of the Fair Work Act and its implications for business. Stacey is passionate about working with businesses to design and deliver bespoke solutions to workforce challenges and opportunities.

 

These workshops delivered at no cost as part of The Employer of Choice Assist service. The Employer of Choice Assist Service is supported by the Tasmanian Government through the Department of State Growth – Jobs Tasmania