HR Advice

What is Job Abandonment?


Abandonment of employment occurs in cases where there is a clear act by the employee (other than a deliberate and intended resignation) that indicates the employment relationship is at an end. Failure by the employee to advise the reason for any absence more than three (3) sequential working days, without being excused or giving proper notification, will be abandonment of.

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What is Job Abandonment?2021-09-01T14:54:31+08:00

Performance Review Tips


Here are a few Do’s and Don’t performance review tips to keep in mind when conducting your next performance discussion with an employee. Performance Review Tips – The Do’s Do get to the cause of the problem Do have all discussions face to face Do keep it formal Do have examples ready. Dates, results, quotes of conversations, witness statements, your observations.

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Performance Review Tips2019-09-04T09:52:49+08:00

Probationary Employee Termination


So, what can you do if a Probationary Employee is underperforming? All new employees are placed on 6 months’ probation and will require a Performance Plan that sets out realistic and achievable goals to be met by the probationer during their probationary period. The probationer must be closely monitored and given ongoing and frequent support throughout this period. Should the

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Probationary Employee Termination2019-09-04T09:53:04+08:00

What is Employee Misconduct?


What is employee misconduct? And what can you do about misconduct or suspected misconduct? Summary dismissal occurs when someone’s employment is terminated immediately and without notice. An employee can be summarily dismissed where they are guilty of serious misconduct. You only need to pay that employee for time worked up to the moment of termination. Both substantive and procedural fairness

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What is Employee Misconduct?2021-09-01T21:09:16+08:00

How To Terminate An Employee


On occasions, after following the step by step managing poor performance process, and where performance or behaviour has not improved or been sustained, it may be necessary to terminate the employee’s employment contract. To avoid unlawful dismissals you need to give the employee appropriate notice in writing. What amount of notice must be given? An employer needs to know how.

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How To Terminate An Employee2019-10-16T16:49:43+08:00

6 Proven Strategies To Manage Poor Performance at Work


As a manager or a business owner/operator we need to deal with this problem by managing poor performance the right way. We have all worked with people that just don’t perform. Whether it is inappropriate behaviour, complete disregard for professional standards or they’re just not up to the job. Whatever the reason, when it comes to business it can be

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6 Proven Strategies To Manage Poor Performance at Work2021-09-01T14:45:14+08:00


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