Can you fire an employee who does not behave in a manner consistent with your company’s stated core values if they are also a high performing employee?
In this presentation, employment attorney, Joel J. Greenwald, Esq., explains why having a solid company culture, which is embodied in your polices and practices, could be the best risk mitigation tool you can have – and allow you to eliminate those who don’t “fit” your business. Joel will concentrate on the specific steps necessary to fire a toxic, yet high performing employee, by making your culture an active part of your human resources process.
The discussion will focus much attention on:
Why companies get into problems when they fire people who are simply poor “fits”
Why employees are never really “employees at will”
The best way to legally handle these risky terminations.
Both conceptual and practical, this seminar provides real world value and practical action steps to attendees. Attendees will leave with a specific step by step plan for terminating those employees that most drain company morale.
Joel J. Greenwald, Esq. is the managing partner of Greenwald Doherty, a national management-side employment law firm that has built and fine-tuned an innovative and individualized model for representing all types and sizes of companies, allowing leaders to focus on their business goals. The firm’s experienced attorneys advise, counsel and train businesses on day-to-day and cutting-edge employment law issues, helping to create and maintain a better workplace environment for each client. Joel received his B.A. from Johns Hopkins University and his J.D. from Duke University School of Law. He also studied at the London School of Economics.
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