In just one-hour, you’ll gain up-to-the minute guidance on the ins and outs of the laws surrounding job-protected leave and how to protect your organization from potentially damaging — and costly — legal action.
Our experienced employment law attorneys will discuss legal and effective strategies for:
- Navigating difficult performance and termination decisions
- Understanding how the FMLA, ADA and state workers’ compensation leave laws intersect
- Handling performance issues and avoiding retaliation claims
- Documenting performance issues and disciplinary actions
- Avoiding retaliation claims
During this practical, compliance focused session, you will learn:
- How employers can legally respond to employee-leave abuse
- The most common leave/termination issues that land employers in court
- When and how to discipline or discharge an employee on leave
- What you can and cannot do when an employee is on Workers Comp
- How to avoid retaliation/discrimination claims under FMLA, ADA or workers’ comp
- Tips to test if your terminations are legally sound
- When you can (and cannot) terminate an employee on leave
- How courts evaluate timing issues in retaliation cases
- Documentation guidelines to help keep your organization in compliance
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Joon Hwang represents management in a wide variety of labor and employment matters, with an emphasis on employment litigation of all types – from single-plaintiff to complex class, collective, and hybrid actions.
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