The Liver Building

Dealing with poor performance in the workplace: a guide to best practice


Speaker: Emma Tegerdine

Date: Wednesday 24th March, 2021

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

Areas of Law: Employment; Management

Competencies: A2, 4 & 5 B3, 4, 6 & 7


Course Code: S4428


Can’t make the date/time or need to revisit the training? No problem, booking onto this event means you will receive a link to access a recording of the event at your leisure!

The link will be sent within approx 72hrs of live broadcast & be available for approx. 3 months, to view as many times as you wish.

This course is aimed at employment law specialists at all levels, as well as litigators and other practitioners whose practice includes employment law.

A hard-working, engaged and well-motivated workforce is key to the success of any organisation which employs people.  If an employee is under-performing, this can often be very harmful to morale, commercially damaging, and is likely to result in a substantial drain on management time and resources.

What this course will cover:

  • Causes of poor performance
  • Stress-related issues
  • Disability-related issues
  • Age discrimination
  • Why employers should be proactive about performance issues
  • Conducting investigations
  • Performance review meetings
  • Sanctions
  • Severance agreements

Speaker Biographies

Emma Tegerdine completed a law degree at Liverpool University and is a practising employment lawyer in the East Midlands.  Emma has specialised in employment law since qualification, and was a Senior Law Lecturer on the LPC and GDL at Nottingham Law School for 9 years before returning to private practice in 2011.


Member £65
Non-member £95
Corporate Member Training Offer 1 Credit
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