From skipping fire drills to no emergency plan, is your lack of planning going to make you legally liable if something goes wrong, not if but when there is an emergency or disaster in your office?
It’s just too easy to say the wrong thing and bring on a lawsuit these days—which is why HR pro Mindy Flanigan has put together some of her best advice, so you’ll have the right thing to say in any awkward HR situation.
Can an online recommendation on LinkedIn come back to haunt you and your company? If an employee swears from a company Twitter account, who is responsible? Answers to HR social media nightmares.
If an employee doesn’t like something you’re telling them, like, “You need to show up on time or you’re fired,” how easy is it really to cry, “You’re picking on me!” That’s how retaliation claims are born—and they’re easier to prove than you think.
In this session, employment law attorney Harold Goldner, Esq., will discuss the 10 common but avoidable slip-ups that have caused even smart, well-intentioned HR executives to provoke costly, distracting lawsuits.
You may have issues with an employee’s behavior or performance in the workplace. But unless you document what’s going on — and do it right — you may risk potential lawsuits, huge legal costs and federal penalties.
In this 90-minute webinar, Burt Fishman, one of the nation’s leading experts on workplace law, will guide you through the most sweeping change to pregnant employee protections in more than 30 years.
Numerous laws and regulations govern employee record retention — including IRS regulations, I-9 regulations, HIPAA and state privacy laws.Don’t wait for an audit or legal action to see if your record keeping policies are compliant. Sign up today!
All workplace investigations should be professional, but sexual harassment investigations require an additional level of delicacy. How do you pose potentially uncomfortable questions without causing your witness to shut down?