Introduction

In this session, you will be provided with various tools to help you through the termination process. You will learn what you should do before termination, how to prepare for the termination meeting itself, what to say and what not to say during a termination meeting and what to tell others afterward. Learn how to use the process to minimize defend a prevent potential employee lawsuits and minimize the risk of workplace violence. 

Learning Objectives

  • Overview of termination process
  • Procedures to have in place prior to termination 
  • Different reasons for termination and material you will need
  • Information that you need prior to termination
  • What not to say during a termination meeting
  • Preparing for the termination to minimize the risks of lawsuits
  • What to say during a termination meeting
  • Post-termination issues to maintain a safe and secure workplace

Why should you attend?

No one likes being the bad guy. The termination process is one of the most difficult work-related processes. A few months ago you and the worker shared pictures or discussed sporting events. Now you have to tell this person that he needs to get a new job. Also, the termination, if not done properly or for the wrong reasons, will lead to employee lawsuits and in this day and age could lead to workplace violence. Do you know steps you can take to help smooth this difficult process minimize the risk of employee lawsuits and workplace violence? Do you want your termination decision to be analyzed by a court and a jury for years to come?

Who Will Benefit

  • In-House Counsel
  • Compliance Officers
  • Human Resources Personnel
  • CFOs
  • Executives
  • Business Owners
  • Office Managers
  • Company Presidents

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Stuart Silverman has been practicing law for almost 30 years and is the principal of the Law Offices of Stuart M. Silverman, P.A., located in Boca Raton, Florida. The emphasis of his practice is in t Know More

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