Do You Know the Steps Needed to
Properly Discipline, Rehabilitate, or Terminate
a “Cancerous” Employee While
Reducing Your Liability, Limiting Office Disruption and
Actually Boosting Office Morale?
If you don’t know, keep reading…
(And, if you don’t currently have any employee problems,
you need to keep reading too!)
If you’re a business owner - - regardless whether you’re an attorney, CPA, financial advisor, or life insurance agent - - you probably have had to discipline or even terminate an employee at some point…or you will! It’s never fun. It’s probably the least enjoyable thing that comes with running your own business. And, what’s even worse is that, in our lawsuit-happy culture, there’s always a legitimate fear of being sued by an ex-employee for wrongful termination, discrimination, or improper labor law compliance.
Having run my own law practice, with up to 25 employees, for over 30 years, I have put together a very simple, yet effective system for how to deal with employees who are not meeting the firm’s expectations, including the steps to be taken to discipline, rehabilitate, and even terminate an employee, when appropriate.
Please join me, Philip Kavesh, for a very special and unique program entitled, “How to Legally and Ethically Discipline and Terminate Employees (or Hopefully Rehabilitate Them!)”.
On this 90-minute program, you will learn:
- How to overcome the avoidance behavior most business owners have when it comes to dealing with cancerous employees.
- What types of “red flags” you should be on the lookout for, particularly in the early stages of the hiring and training process.
- The 8 Steps to Properly Disciplining and Terminating Employees, including:
- When it’s best to take disciplinary action
- How to conduct different types of disciplinary actions with the employee (including what should and should not be said)
- Who should be involved in the process
- When to terminate and how to conduct the termination meeting
- “Damage control” after the termination of an employee - - in order to minimize the amount of office disruption and to maintain (or even boost) overall employee morale
- Tips for reducing employee misbehavior before it spins out of control and requires discipline (or termination)
- And much, much more!