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 an “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?
- Technology Lockup Tips: What happens to the employee’s technology access
- Mobile Technology: Handling data and access on mobile devices
- Termination Paperwork: What needs to be given to the employee upon termination?
- Post-Termination Lawsuits: Main reasons terminated employees sue
Product ID: 6612
Plus, you get the top-selling guide, Handling Difficult Conversations: Communication Strategies for the Workplace – a $349 value – FREE!
This information-packed, 108 page guide provides practical and realistic solutions for tackling the hardest elements of workplace interactions, including:
- Job Performance
- Disciplinary Action
- Termination of Employment
- Employee Complaints about the Workplace
- Disabilities (Related to Job Accommodations)
- Personal Presentation/Hygiene
This convenient desk-top reference, designed to help you manage the most emotional situations with grace and effectiveness, also covers:
- Legal Concerns When Handling Difficult Conversations
- Managers on the Frontlines
- Handling Employee Complaints Properly
- Risk Management When Delving into Personal Matters
- Emotional Responses
Plus, this indispensable guide includes quick reference materials and finger-tip access to:
- 25 Helpful Phrases to Use When Having Difficult Conversations
- 10 Things to Avoid in Difficult Conversations
- Checklist for Preparing for Difficult Conversations
- 10 Training Tips for Preparing Managers to Handle Difficult Conversations
- Dealing with Difficult People: Identify and Defuse these Problem Causers
- Sample Employee Complaint Form
Finally, this essential tool provides HR practitioners, frontline managers, and business leaders with the process-driven techniques, skills, and ideas to effectively communicate and drain the drama out of difficult conversations.
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Mary E. Wright
Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Ms. Wright advises employers from start-ups to global corporations on all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, including workplace investigations, competition and confidentiality, employee classification issues, and employee terminations, including reductions in force. Ms. Wright served as Chair of her former firm’s Personnel Committee for seven years, during which time she learned to see employment issues as an employer and developed a very practical approach to advice and counsel. She specializes in working with employers to identify compliance issues early on and reach workable business solutions to complex human resource problems.
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