What makes an employer a target for a lawsuit?
There are certain practices and behaviors that practically BEG for a savvy plaintiff’s counsel to pounce on you. From terminations to discipline … harassment to retaliation … record-keeping to evaluations … chances are, you’re doing things RIGHT NOW that have your employee’s (or your ex-employee’s) lawyer salivating.
If you knew what these practices and behaviors were, you’d change them. But how can you find out? With an insightful new webinar called Confessions of a Plaintiff’s Attorney: Your Employee’s Lawyer’s Secrets Revealed.Webcast Learning Objectives
- Who in the company is the bad actor
- What corrective actions are taken (or NOT taken)
- The reason given for termination
- The terminated employee’s performance evaluation
- How the internal investigation is handled
- Documentation (or lack thereof) of each step
- Communications with the plaintiff and the entire organization
- Answers in testimony and depositions
- And more!
You could be in the cross hairs of your employee’s lawyer if you mess up on even ONE of these items. But you’ve got to be squeaky-clean on ALL of them. Confessions of a Plaintiff’s Attorney will show you how – at a fraction of what a lawsuit would cost you.
Confessions of a Plaintiff’s Attorney is a unique look at the things employers often do that leave them vulnerable to lawsuits. And our speaker should know – she’s not only a top attorney, but she’s also an SPHR who’s worked in the HR trenches.
Plaintiff’s counsel Whitney Warner will present her standing-room-only speech from June’s SHRM conference for you … as you learn in the comfort of your office. Warner will share the things employers do that slap a bull’s-eye on their backs-
Warner will also share the things that employers can do RIGHT – frustrating plaintiffs’ lawyers. She’ll tell you how to apply “lawyer repellent” to every facet of your HR operations – stopping lawsuits BEFORE they start.
Finally, she’ll explain why she’s revealing those secrets. The answer may shock you!
Confession, they say, is good for the soul. But Confessions of a Plaintiff’s Attorney will be good for your bottom line. Sign up today!