This program is part of The Employment Law Compliance Series for Managers & Supervisors.
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If you’re afraid of firing people because they’ll sue you, you’re right to be afraid. Terminations are a legal minefield and the managers responsible for firing employees too often have little training on how to handle the process properly. This program will give viewers the guidance and confidence they need to terminate workers in an effective and legally-safe way.
Essential training for every manager and supervisor
Firing people is never easy but it’s a necessary part of doing business. When workers can’t get the job done, don’t embrace company values or have a bad attitude, they have to go. And the task of dismissing them usually falls to the manager or supervisor.
When terminations are handled correctly, employees quietly exit and the organization moves forward. When they're handled incorrectly, employees sue and the company becomes mired in a costly legal battle that can disrupt business for months or years.
Every manager MUST know how to cut employees loose without provoking legal action. This program will show you how to do it.
In this 43-min training program, viewers will learn:
Three broad management principles that will help you prevent wrongful termination lawsuits
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