Firing Unsafe Employees: Legal & Effective Guidelines for Supervisors
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
You provide safety training, have a safety training program, yet some employees still feel "it can't happen to them" or seem to just be accident prone. These employees are a risk to your workplace safety; how can you legally and effectively fire these at-risk employees? In this 60-minute webinar you and your supervisors will learn:
Legal steps your supervisors should be taking
How to document and build a strong case
Guidance on conducting the oral, written and final warning
How to recognize and handle your "problem" employees
Ways to minimize retaliation when it comes to firing
Guidelines to Legally Handle Accident Prone Employees
Can you can fire someone for having an "unsafe attitude?"
What should your files contain before you take action?
Guarding against retaliation and handling whistleblowers
Documentation Best Practice to Build and Effective Case
Documentation guidelines for supervisors
Keys to ensuring consistency and appropriate timing
Progressive discipline: Why and how it works
Terminating Employees: What Supervisors Should & Shouldn't Do
Tips for how to handle firing an employee
Issues to stay focused on - and the ones to steer clear of
Guidelines for your supervisors
Question & Answer Session - Live question and answer with our speaker
About The Speaker
Ms. Mary Wright, Attorney with Ogletree Deakins, advises corporations of all sizes in all areas of the employer-employee relationship, including hiring, discipline and assessment, training, investigations, disability accommodation competition and confidentiality, classification issues, and terminations, including furloughs, reductions in force, WARN and other issues impacting employers in this volatile economic climate.
Ms. Wright served as Chair of her former law firm's Personnel Committee for seven years, during which time she developed a hands-on approach to advice and counsel, identifying compliance issues early enough to avoid litigation, crafting effective policies and procedures, and partnering with her clients to reach practical business solutions to complex human resource problems.
Ms. Wright defends employers before federal and state courts and agencies, handling all types of employment cases, including breach of contract, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation.
She has significant experience with arbitration of employment disputes, and served as a judge pro tem in small claims court and as a court appointed mediator for employment cases in Los Angeles County.
Unsafe or insubordinate behavior comes with the risk an employee will file a workers compensation retaliation, whistleblower, ADA, FMLA or other claims. In this 60-minute program discover steps to legally terminate employees that jeopardize the safety of others.