1.5 CPD hours
On Demand EventComplete online in your own time (Self-paced)
- $200.00 excl. GST
Preventing costly problems in business.
Difficult employees often upset staff and customers and significantly affect the bottom line. While toxic employees are often so destructive that they can lead businesses into bankruptcy with bullying, loss of reputation and theft.
It is estimated that one toxic employee can cost an organization around $100,000 per year, through huge losses of productivity, high staff turnover and theft.
Unfortunately, most businesses do not know what to look for or how to address difficult or toxic employees.
One reason toxic employees are so tough to spot is they are often productive in their roles, despite reducing their coworkers’ productivity.
We will show you the differences between toxic and difficult employees, and exactly how to resolve the situation with minimal losses and stress. In this engaging webinar, find out:
- How to identify difficult or toxic behaviours in recruitment
- Factors that make someone likely to engage in toxic behaviour
- The disastrous effects of toxic behaviour in an organisation
- How to address toxic behavior and difficult employees and the legal implications
- Disciplining, dismissing and exiting toxic employees
In this webinar you will discover how to:
- Identify the profile of a toxic employee vs difficult employee.
- Consider ways to avoid hiring toxic employees.
- Detect toxic behaviour early to reduce the risk of other staff engaging in toxic behaviour.
- Address toxic behaviour in the workplace and how difficult employees.
- Discipline and dismiss toxic employees.
Business Owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Team Leaders, anyone who employs or manages staff across every profession and industry, including government, education, law, accounting, construction, government, and hospitality.
ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE
27 September 2017
Michael Hempseed, Managing Director, Managing Director & Julia Shallcrass, Employment Lawyer and Educator, Employment Lawyer and Educator