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Effective Employee Corrective Action [Webinar]

David Peasall, VP, Human Resources
by David Peasall, VP, Human Resources on October 13, 2015


[Webinar] Effective Employee Corrective ActionAre you wondering how to handle employee relation issues? As an employer, it’s important to have the knowledge and resources to handle employee issues that may emerge.

Doing so will ensure you minimize the risk of going to court and paying claims and attorney fees.

It will also reassure your employee that you’re trying to solve the problem and not play the blame game. Communication is key and can be done through corrective action.

The Benefits of Effective Employee Corrective Action

There are many benefits to handling employee issues and effectively correcting employee actions.

The goal is to maintain the relationship while solving the problem. After all, you don’t want to lose a valued employee over something that can be corrected and prevented in the future.

In this free webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Corrective action steps
  • How you can identify the problem
  • Valuable questions to ask to determine the corrective action
  • What your options are
  • Ways to prevent further problems

To gain access to this exclusive webinar, click the link below.

Effective Employee Corrective Action Webinar

David Peasall, VP, Human Resources
David Peasall, VP, Human Resources

David Peasall joined FrankCrum in 2010. Since that time, he has served as the Vice President of Human Resources. Serving in the Army, he began his 20+ year career in human resources and benefits administration and has held several management positions within the corporate and public human resources environments overseeing employee benefits sales and administration, recruitment, compensation, employee relations, organizational development, and compliance. He has the nationally recognized designation of Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), PPACA certification from NAHU, and a Bachelor’s degree from Barry University with a dual major in Human Resources Management and Health Services Administration. He has written for the Society for Human Resources Management, HR Insight, Proyecto Magazine, and for online publications in the restaurant and health care industries. While not at work, this Florida native loves spending time with his family, preferably boating, fishing, and diving the beautiful waters of Florida.