Managing the Managing Process: How to Limit Liability for Employment Issues
|Online Reference Manual||$0.00||Add to Cart|
Are you asking for an employment lawsuit - without even realizing it?
Supervisors increasingly are expected to have not only operational expertise, but also the ability to manage and properly respond to personnel issues such as employee requests for leave or accommodation, poor employee performance, complaints of discrimination or harassment, and employment references. Although supervisors typically have received training in their operational areas, they may not have received similar training in their personnel-related responsibilities.
These reference materials will provide you with tools and practical suggestions for ensuring you're better equipped to appropriately manage your workforce. You will learn to minimize your company's risk while you learn to act proactively and legally to ensure your operational needs are met.
Benefits for You
•Practical tools, tips and techniques that you can apply immediately in your workplace
•Effective, down-to-earth strategies to avoid costly HR mistakes
•Hiring do's and don'ts you need to follow now to avoid lawsuits later
•Learn the proper way to handle performance issues
•You will be able to illustrate the supervisor's role in interviewing and hiring.
•You will be able to differentiate the nature and response to disability and leave laws and requests.
•You will be able to more thoroughly assess performance management issues.
•You will be able to identify appropriate and inappropriate discipline and discharge actions.
Margaret M. McLaughlin, SPHR, Caliper Management Inc.
David A. Rapuano, Esq., Archer & Greiner, P.C.
Ralph R. Smith, 3rd, Esq., Capehart & Scatchard, P.A.