The Real Costs of Failing to Terminate Problematic Employees

SHRM 2013 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: This session will guide you through the "costs"of keeping problematic employees.
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We have all been conditioned to respond the same way to unproductive employees. What seems to get lost in a genuine and earnest effort to "rehabilitate" the unproductive employee is the actual and escalating cost to you to responding in this fashion. As difficult as it may be to overcome these reasons, you must understand that keeping underperforming or problematic employees can cost you far more in the long run -- both financially and non-financially.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 - 11:30am to 12:45pm
Presenter: 

Stuart Ducoffe

Stuart
Ducoffe

Krista Hiddema

Krista
Hiddema

Krista is the co-founder of e2r Solutions® and a Partner in the law firm Woolgar VanWiechen Ketcheson Ducoffe LLP. Krista is an entrepreneurial-minded business executive, with a specialty in human resources.

Krista is client focused, and has provided counsel to clients ranging in size from 10 employees to 10,000. She assists clients in industries ranging from engineering and high technology, to pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and not-for-profit. Krista is also an accomplished public speaker who is regularly called upon to speak to employee groups, leadership groups, and the general business community on a plethora of topics related to best practices. Krista is also regularly sought out to comment on a multitude of employment topics in publications across North America, including within several of Canada's leading newspapers.

Krista proactively identifies and implements processes and programs that improve employee retention and satisfaction, enabling the associated increases in productivity and cost savings that inevitably result. Krista's strong implementation and organizational skills enable her to manage multiple projects and clients successfully. Her excellent interpersonal skills have allowed her to build strong, service-oriented relationships.

Location: 
S401
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Competency: 
Consultation
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