Accountants and HR pros are involved in many areas where the organization can be exposed to legal liability. Yes, every phase of the employee journey can result in the employee claiming discrimination or retaliation. In addition, remember that workers are well-educated consumers. A poor performer may launch a pre-emptive strike over the supervisor’s conduct—typically using terms like harassment, discrimination and retaliation—before the supervisor has a chance to complain about her performance. The strategy is to complain about the supervisor so that any discipline or termination looks like retaliation. The workplace wisdom in this webinar belong front-and-center in your management arsenal.
Highlights of the webinar :
- Learn to recognize potential land mines and how to avoid or disarm them.
- When to call for reinforcement from the HR department.
- Identify the high risk areas so that you can avoid risky behavior yourself and for the business’s employees
- EEOC charges, DOL investigations and employee lawsuits
These tales from the trenches will help you become a more consistent manager and a better company representative—one who leads a drama-free work environment clear of employee explosions. Learn from an experienced employment attorney who litigates in the trenches and regularly sees where these landmines tend to be.