Working with the Problem Employee

Description:

Learn to identify and analyze employee behaviors that indicate a problem may exist, and to create a more efficient and low-stress work environment for all. Topics include common problems facing today's employees, interventions supervisors can perform to encourage staff to get help for their difficulties, and available resources.

Key Learning Objectives:


  • Gain the ability to identify employee behaviors indicating a problem may exist
  • Develop strategies for creating a more efficient and low-stress work environment
  • Explore common problems, possible interventions and available resources

This course may be taken independently or applied toward a 10-course certificate in Human Resources Management or Supervisory Management offered through Extended Studies.

Course Section
Course: CX 128-00
Term: 2172
Section Number: 1
Schedule Number: 2172CX128
Instructor(s): Kim McNamara
Location: Redfield Campus, Redfield Campus RM 221
Dates: Apr. 20, 2017 (Thu., 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
Units: Non-Credit
Contact Hours: 6.0 Contact Hours
Notes: Registration fee includes lunch and parking. This program has been approved for 6 HR(General) through HRCI and 6 PDC's through SHRM. For more information about certification and recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org or the SHRM homepage at www.shrm.org.
Required Fees: Price
Registration$240.00