Managing problem employees in a litigious society is difficult - but retaining underperformers, troublemakers, and those who abuse their benefits is not the solution. This program will show you how to identify and cure problem behavior, as well as how to create documentation that will keep employers out of the courtroom. Enhance productivity in the workplace while avoiding legal hazards - register today!
Determine when bullying behavior becomes legally actionable.
Confidently handle harassment, bullying, termination, and more.
Know what to do when problem employees are covered by the FMLA and the ADA.
Explore how to deal with sticky mental health issues in the workplace.
Avoid costly mistakes when disciplining and discharging toxic employees.
Learn how documentation can protect or expose you.
Dealing With Workplace Bullies: Just a Jerk or Legal Liability?
Discrimination, Harassment, and Hostile Work Environments
Walking the FMLA and ADA Tightrope With Toxic Employees
Handling Toxic Employees Who Are Part of a Protected Class
Disciplining and Terminating Toxic Employees: Documentation and More
Tanzania C. Cannon-Eckerle is the chief legal and administrative officer at The Royal Law Firm. Her role is to develop and lead the firm’s business operations and oversees the human resources department. Ms. Cannon-Eckerle has experience in a variety of areas of labor and employment law, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, the National Labor Relations Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination and Employment Act, Sex Discrimination and Harassment, Workplace Safety and OSHA, Title IX and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and Employee Privacy Law. As a corporate trainer, she conducts seminars on a variety of labor and employment related topics. Ms. Cannon-Eckerle obtained her J.D. from Southern Illinois University School of Law. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the Indiana University School of Journalism. She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, North Carolina and Tennessee. Ms. Cannon-Eckerle is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the Mecklenburg County Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association and the Franklin County Community Development Corporation Board of Directors.
Jeremy Saint Laurent is an attorney at The Royal Law Firm with years of experience advising and representing municipal clients through all phases of the litigation process. His experience ranges from advising body politics of large cities to representing individuals in state and federal court. He has presented clients before Western Massachusetts housing authorities, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, as well as Housing, District, Superior and Federal courts. Mr. Saint Laurent is admitted to practice in the state of Massachusetts. He earned his B.A. degree in political science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, New York, and his J.D. degree from Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts.
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