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  • Drafting Volunteer Policies & Agreements – the legal perspective
    Drafting Volunteer Policies & Agreements – the legal perspective
    Anita Wiafe MD Recorded: Jul 22 2011 33 mins
    The talent services of volunteers are vital to charities and NGO’s and important to accomplishing the mission of the organisation.

    Although, volunteers are not employees it is important it is important to establish standards and guidelines so that the organisation and the volunteers understand the parameters of the volunteer relationship upfront.

    This webinar will look at what you need to include in your volunteer policy and how to draft your volunteer agreement to suit the needs of your organisation. As well as the dos and don’ts of managing volunteers and the legal perspective.
  • Confront the burden of dealing with poor performers
    Confront the burden of dealing with poor performers
    Anita Wiafe - MD at OML (Occupational Management Limited) HR Consultancy Recorded: Mar 25 2010 32 mins
    In this webcast we will address the issue of managing poor performing employees, the actions to take to take to improve performance and the steps to take to discipline and dismiss if improvement strategies fail.

    Some of the areas that will be covered include:
    • Identifying poor performers (what do we mean by poor performance?)
    • Creating a performance improvement plan
    • Disciplinary line
    • Dismissal line
  • Reasonable People Management action is not Harassment or bullying
    Reasonable People Management action is not Harassment or bullying
    Anita Wiafe - MD at OML (Occupational Management Limited) HR consultancy Recorded: Feb 25 2010 33 mins
    In this webcast we look at the difference between legitimate reasonable people management decisions/actions and harassment, bullying and victimisation laws to provide managers with information that will help them to better understand harassment laws and dispel the fear to discipline.

    Some of the areas that will be covered include:

    •Harassment, bullying and victimisation laws and examples
    •What constitutes legitimate management actions/decisions
    •Implementing harassment, bullying and victimisation policy
    •Grievance and disciplinary policy
  • Prevention is still better than cure! Implementing HR Policies
    Prevention is still better than cure! Implementing HR Policies
    Anita Wiafe - MD at OML (Occupational Management Limited) HR Consultancy Recorded: Jan 28 2010 31 mins
    In this webcast you will gain a good understanding about the importance of Human Resource Policies and Procedures, your business/organisation’s legal obligations and the use of best practice to implement policies and procedures for effective management of employees and HR systems and to ensure your business/organisation complies with employment law.

    Some of the areas that will be covered include:
    •Policies and procedures- Why introduce them?
    •Employment law impacting your business/organisation
    •What policies to consider
    •How & Who should develop the policies
    •Implementation process - Do’s and Don’t
    •Monitoring, updating and evaluations
    •The role of Line managers
    •Line managers guidelines & Employee Handbook
    •HR Audits

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