What Are Your Strategies for Avoiding and Responding to Retaliation & Wrongful Termination Claims?

What Are Your Strategies for Avoiding and Responding to Retaliation & Wrongful Termination Claims?

When an employee complains, what do you do?

  • Do employees know who to speak with about their complaint?
  • Who is the employer’s go to person to receive the complaint and act upon it?
  • What documentation do you need to complete?
  • What other persons are to be notified and included in this process?

To properly address the rights of the employee, and the employer’s legal responsibilities, employers need to have answers to these and other questions before the complaint arrives.

Many employers are caught off guard and create additional legal issues by not being prepared to respond to complaints and claims from employees.

To develop a process, or to update your current approach, come to the Sacramento Employer Advisory Council (SEAC) Workshop on August 19, 2015. It will be held at the Sacramento State Alumni Center from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The presenters are qualified local legal and HR professionals who look forward to the usual lively and entertaining exchanges with the attendees that takes place at all SEAC workshops.

Breakfast and parking are included so go to the SEAC website to REGISTER

For more information reach out to Melissa Ford, SEAC Administrator via email admin@saceac.com, phone (916) 484-4647.

Here are directions to the Alumni Center

 

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