Navigate the Ins and Outs of Managing, Disciplining, and Terminating Toxic Employees
In order to mitigate retaliation and discrimination litigation risks, you need to implement appropriate procedures for addressing workplace issues. Do you know how to resolve matters with difficult employees in an efficient and legally compliant manner? This program dives into tips for creating workplace policies that back up your employment practices, techniques for addressing misconduct, best practices for preventing discrimination allegations, and more. Stay out of hot water - register today!
Develop strategies for addressing leave misuse and abuse.
Uncover EEOC litigation trends.
Identify best practices for conducting a workplace investigation.
Discover the legal essentials of preventing workplace violence.
Disciplining and Firing Employees on Leave: Avoiding Legal Landmines
Managing Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
Creating and Implementing Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs)
When the Problem Employee Is a Member of a Protected Class
Strategies for Addressing Workplace Harassment and Bullying
Employees Gone Wild: Marijuana Use, Social Media, and More
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Louis R Cohan founded Cohan Law Group, L.L.C., and has been a trial lawyer for more than 25 years. Mr. Cohan has done work in breach of contract, fraud, injunctive relief, punitive damages, employment, trade secrets, real estate, construction and construction defects, and civil rights litigation. His practice is concentrated on business litigation and employment litigation. He serves on the boards of the Atlanta Bar Association (treasurer-Litigation Section, chair-Small Firm Section), and the Atlanta Bar Foundation, as well as being a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Mr. Cohan earned his B.S. degree from the University of Georgia and his J.D. degree from Emory School of Law.
Jennifer A Corso is an attorney at The Law Office of Jennifer A. Corso, LLC. Ms. Corso has more than 20 years of experience representing management in employment and labor law, and is certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a specialist in labor and employment law. She has written several articles and spoken at numerous seminars and to community business groups on employment law topics. Ms. Corso is licensed to practice before all courts in the state of Ohio and the U.S. Federal Court for the Northern District of Ohio. She earned her B.S. degree from Eastern Michigan University and her J.D. degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Keely Jac Collins , Esquire, LL.M., is a partner with Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson LLP. As both counselor and advocate for businesses large and small across all sectors, unionized and non-unionized, she takes a practical approach to advising and advocating for businesses nationwide. Both small family businesses and corporate boards of directors have benefited from her attention to the details of law and business, creative solutions, and zealous advocacy for businesses in negotiations before numerous administrative agencies, and in all levels of state and federal court. As an experienced collaborator with large organizations' in-house counsel and general and employment counsel, she is trusted by other attorneys to strengthen the value they offer to the organizations they serve. Ms. Collins holds an LL.M. degree in tax, with a specialization in employee benefits, from Villanova University School of Law, and she earned her J.D. degree from Widener University School of Law.
Thomas J Mew is a partner with Buckley Beal, LLP, where he practices a broad range of employment law matters, including both individual and class action wage and hour, discrimination and harassment litigation, as well as in arbitration and mediation. He also is an advisor on employment contracts, releases, and restrictive covenant issues. Mr. Mew is the co-author of Georgia Motion Practice, a guide to civil motion practice in Georgia's trial and appellate courts and the co-author of Georgia Employment Law. He has litigated in state and federal courts at both trial and appellate levels, including the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Mew earned his J.D. degree from the University of Georgia, School of Law.
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