Termination Workshop: How To Fire Without Lawsuits Or Drama
Terminations are the most stressful and legally dangerous moment for any HR professional or manager.
Just one mistake during the process – a discipline error, documentation slip-up or the wrong words at the termination meeting – can spark years of litigation. Plus, you have to deal with the emotional fallout … risk of violence … and co-worker response.
Do you and your management team know all the right moves? Put an end to termination anxiety by joining us for Termination Workshop: How to Fire Without Lawsuits or Drama
Attorney Anniken Davenport will provide a clear explanation of what HR and supervisors must do to prepare for and carry out a termination. Anniken literally wrote the book on the topic, Fire at Will
In this 75-minute, interactive webinar, Anniken will give you definitive, practical guidance on:
- The best way for supervisors to document discipline and performance to support legal terminations
- The correct step-by-step protocol for termination meetings (where, when, with who and what to say)
- What must ALWAYS be said during a termination … and what must NEVER be said
- How to use a well-written severance agreement to avoid lawsuits
- Simple words that ease tension and prevent arguments and violence during the firing
- The best day and time of the week to terminate groups of employees versus individuals
- How WARN and mini-WARN laws work when laying off large numbers of employees
- When and how to contest unemployment benefits
- What extra care to take if the employee has made a discrimination complaint
- Plus, answers to your specific questions on termination policies and procedures!
In airplanes, takeoffs and landings are the most dangerous part of the flight. The same is true with employees. Hirings – and, even more so, firings – are the biggest flash points for employee lawsuits.
Now is the time to prepare yourself and your supervisors for the rollercoaster emotions … unpredictable actions … and legal risks that inevitably follow terminations.