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Posted on May 17, 2012

An employee evaluation is the constructive process of conducting an assessment and review of an employee’s job performance. Most nonprofit organizations have a plan in place to ensure success in accomplishing the goals of the organization. Employee performance evaluations, if done with thought and care, can contribute to the organization’s success by helping employees see how their job responsibilities and expected contributions fit within the overall mission of the organization. Employee evaluations can allow management to remain in tune with the needs and concerns of the workforce, and, in many ways, help the organization minimize legal exposure when faced with lawsuits from problem employees.

During this one hour webcast, our speaker explains:

  • The benefits of conducting regular employee performance evaluations;
  • The “Don’ts” of conducting employee evaluations;
  • Best practices for conducting more thorough and legally sound employee evaluations;
  • The impact of employee evaluations in litigation;
  • Evaluating the problem employee; and
  • What to do when an employee disagrees with your evaluation

Presenter: Marquetta Bryan, Partner, Carlock, Copeland & Stair

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