Hypothetical Question: How can I ensure that my documentation on employee issues is strong?

Answer: It is appropriate and helpful to have one-on-one conversations when providing lower-level feedback regarding non-serious issues before moving to more formal feedback. However, creating documentation when providing even lower-level feedback is important in the event issues continue or escalate. Capturing the discussion in an email afterwards is a helpful way to not only create documentation, if needed in the future, but also to eliminate possible confusion over the issues and expectations discussed in the meeting.

Employee Relations issues can be complicated, especially when multiple issues are involved. Our consultants at Southwestern HR Consulting can analyze the strength of your case and provide you with feedback to help ensure your practices and policies are compliant. Contact us today!

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Magdalena Vigil-Tullar

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