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Meeting with employees to address performance and conduct concerns is a fundamental part of the Human Resources function. It’s important to be mindful of the meeting’s purpose and take into account the possibility that such concerns, and how you address them, may ultimately end up in proceedings before the Fair Work Commission or a court.

As a result, you should be mindful of the need to plan such meetings, and also consider the value, as evidence, of good notes.

In this webinar, the first in our ongoing Fundamentals of day-to-day HR in practice series, our speakers provided some key recommendations and practical guidance on planning these types of meetings, running them, and making suitable written records of what was discussed. Case studies were also highlighted where employers have got it right and not-so-right – and what the implications can be.


Katie Hossain, Lawyer with Ai Group Workplace Lawyers; Workplace Relations Adviser, Ai Group

Daniel Murray, Legal Practitioner Director, Ai Group Workplace Lawyers; Principal Adviser Workplace Relations, Ai Group


Terry Crotty, Regional Manager NSW, Ai Group

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