21 September 2016
All organisations can improve labour productivity, and if they are unionised then the best time to do so is whilst their EA is in term. We show employers how to identify and effectively implement quick wins? Thereafter, we share the secrets on how to get close to the front-line managers and supervisors so that they can implement a culture of continuous productivity improvement.
This very new, next level, half-day session will give employers a practical methodology, for delivering bottom line improvements and more effective labour management utilisation.
It’s unfortunate, but true, that very few workplaces operate with optimum labour productivity. Sadly, very few employers even measure it. There is almost always an opportunity to deliver benefits to the bottom line. This workshop shows employers how to approach this and it delivers a structured, commercial and effective outcome - regardless of industry sector.
We cover key issues, such as:
- The Productivity Metrics
- The Barriers to Productivity
- Identifying your Managerial Authority
- Front Line Leadership - The Key to Success
- Risk Mitigation - Managing Unlawful Industrial Action
- Results via Project and Change Management
- Non Traditional Labour Deployment Models
- The High Performance Workplace Culture for Long-Term Productivity Gains
For more details about this session: A New Look at Productivity
If you are in Operations or a Line Manager, and looking for quick improvements in labour productivity performance, then you may want to attend. HR and ER professionals who are looking for a practical framework through which to deliver better productivity and workplace change will find this workshop beneficial. Business owners dealing with the transition from small to medium workforces should definitely attend.
Stephen Sasse and Fred Adelhelm, both experts in the field of industrial relations and labour productivity will share their wisdom and practical experience with you.
It’s a great session guaranteed to put you on the right track. Interested, then Register Today or email me, firstname.lastname@example.org
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