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"You need to calm down" - Managing workplace behaviour

In this webinar, we tackle the challenges faced by employers when it comes to managing workplace behaviour, and discuss a range of interesting issues which can occur in both the traditional and hybrid workplace.

Please join our Managing Director and Principal, Athena Koelmeyer, as she tackles the challenges faced by employers when it comes to managing workplace behaviour.

During the course of this webinar, Athena will discuss a range of interesting issues which can occur in both the traditional and hybrid workplace, including:

  • how and why employers should develop, implement, and foster strong workplace values and culture;
  • the difference between workplace behaviour, workplace performance and misconduct in the workplace;
  • managing face-to-face workplace behaviour versus online workplace behaviour;
  • addressing poor performance in the workplace and in the remote working environment; and
  • the importance of implementing and maintaining workplace conduct and behaviour policies.

This webinar is a “must attend” for HR professionals and all those responsible for managing people or who run a business.

The webinar will begin at 11.00am (AEDT) on Wednesday, 28 February 2024.

Working remotely?  Not at your desk? No problem, simply download the GoToWebinar app and listen wherever you maybe.  

This webinar is FREE for our valued clients!
If you are not a client, please email  to express your interest in attending this webinar and we will be in touch.
Clients should register now to avoid missing out as places are strictly limited.

Please note Workplace Law reserves the right to decline registrations at its discretion.

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