Do This, Not That, in Employment Law
Every day smart employers make dumb mistakes that cost them money in legal bills and damages. Regardless of whether the mistake is the result of colossal negligence, inattention or ignorance, each mistake usually starts out the same way: as a simple choice to do one thing and not another - to do this, and not that. Of course, with the benefit of hindsight, it’s easy to spot the wrong path. The trick is to make the right choice at the right time.
They say people learn best from making mistakes – well, if that’s true then there is nothing better than learning from other people’s mistakes!
Learn how others have made mistakes with their employment handbooks, found themselves in hot water over discrimination and harassment investigations, retaliated against employees, and mismanaged employment personnel and performance decisions.
Then learn how to do those things differently so you get it right the first time.
Barnes & Thornburg Speakers:
- Hannesson Murphy, Partner
- Jackie Gessner, Associate
When: Tuesday, June 21
Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m. (Eastern)
1.5 hours of HRCI and CLE credits pending