This work place misconduct webinar training will help you deal with some of the most complex employee relations issues in today’s workplace, from FMLA abuse to workplace violence to the ADA implications of mental illness, how to do internal moral investigations, terminate potentially dangerous employees, how to handle workplace bullying.
Why Should You Attend:
As employees’ legal rights expand, so does the opportunity for abuse. On the one hand, employers often feel paralyzed to investigate – or discipline – employee misconduct for fear of potential litigation; on the other, managers may jump in the gun and fail to recognize the legal issues involved before taking corrective action.
Managers spend 57% of their time putting out fires started by problem employees. And yet, these are not the employees who contribute to the bottom line, enhance workplace morale, or facilitate good work relationships. Human resource professionals can play a vital role in shifting this balance, by preventing, and correcting, potential leave abuse, teaching managers how to deal with threatening, insubordinate, or mentally ill employees, and serving as a consultant in difficult disciplinary or termination decisions.
This course will teach you legal and interpersonal strategies to deal with your worst employee relations nightmare.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- How to prevent, identify, and remedy FMLA abuse
- How to respond to verbal threats and insubordination
- Strategies for dealing with an employee's arrest
- Recognizing, and responding to, personality disorders in the workplace
- How to terminate a potentially dangerous employee
- When, and how, to conduct a morale investigation
- Tackling psychiatric disabilities and substance abuse in the workplace
- How to handle the workplace bully
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