What is Corrective Action?
We offer Professionally Designed Employee Action and Discharge Services
The 5 Basic Corrective Action Practices
Both policies and standards should outline the corrective action process in the event the “rules” are broken. The most common process is:
- Verbal Warning
- Written Warning
- Final Written Warning
Some employers worry that action taken after a work injury will look like retaliation. To get past this belief, employers must apply corrective action consistently for all broken rules. If one employee breaks the rules and doesn’t hurt himself or damage property, he should be written up the same way as someone who wasn’t so lucky.
It also is important to document progressive action. Take each of the five steps above unless a serious infraction has occurred. Don’t skip action steps out of anger or frustration.
Situations that Require Corrective Action
*A decline in employee’s job performance.
*An employee is angry or withdrawn.
*Employee is consistently complaining.
*They ignore constructive criticism.
*Their behavior is negatively affecting others.
Our Solution Consists of the Following Tools:
- We provide procedures, forms, and processes for taking corrective actions, up to and including discharge terminations.
- You receive an Exit Interview Questionnaire to track Turnover.
- Termination checklists and forms.
- You will learn how to create useful unemployment claims guidelines.
- Department of Labor responses and preparing to defend terminations.
- Protecting against wrongful terminations and preserving “At-Will” status.
- Clear policy guidelines on when and how to take corrective action.
- Addressing performance challenges in a positive fashion, without causing defensiveness, low morale or legal trouble.
- When and how to discharge employees.
- Help with winning unemployment insurance claims.
- We will provide Corrective Action Guideline Implementations that are easy to comprehend.
We are positively addressing performance challenges without causing defensiveness, low morale, or legal issues.
- Unemployment insurance claim measurements to define a winning strategy.