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Managing and Responding to Poor Employee Performance 
 

5/10/2011  By Angela T. Hall, J.D., Ph.D. 
 
 

This integrated learning module with optional cases provides a comprehensive review of employee disciplinary issues and procedures. Students will learn the intricacies of navigating employee discipline and performance issues and will receive a primer on legal, practical and psychological (e.g., perceived violation of the psychological contract between employer and employee) issues they should be aware of when counseling or disciplining an employee with performance concerns.

The module is designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on special topics in human resource management. Students should have a basic knowledge of employee performance and appraisal principles before beginning this module.

It will take approximately 150 minutes to complete and is designed to be taught over three 50-minute sessions.

This module consists of an instructor’s manual and a PowerPoint presentation.

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