This focused and concise webinar explores effective strategies that protect your organization when terminating employees, including:
- Documentation procedures and guidelines
- How to terminate employees and reduce your risk of lawsuits
- What you should – and shouldn’t – say during the termination proceedings
- Who should be present during the termination?
- What documentation should you bring to the meeting?
- What “at will” employment really means, and how to identify at “at will” employee
- How “at will” employment affects your discipline and termination strategies
During this comprehensive session, you’ll also learn:
- Strategies to Handle Different Termination Causes: Insubordination, poor performance, absenteeism, theft and more
- Discipline Process: Are there times you can forgo discipline and terminate on the spot?
- Severance and Release: Key considerations for individual terminations and group layoffs.
- Termination Paperwork: What needs to be given to the employee upon termination?
- Post-Termination Lawsuits: Main reasons terminated employees sue
Product ID: 13487
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This high-impact, bite-sized module explores effective strategies that protect your organization when terminating employees, including:
- Types of Termination
- 5 Step Process
- Key Parts to the Process
This is your step-by-step guide to mastering this difficult and legally challenging task!
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Matthew D. Freeman
Attorney at Law, Jackson Lewis P.C.
Matthew D. Freeman is a Principal in the Boston, Massachusetts, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He routinely advises clients regarding compliance with state and federal labor and employment laws, including those related to employee discipline and discharge, disability management and leave of absence issues, wage and hour issues, and reductions in force.
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