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1 hour IL CPE credit availble
This program has been approved for 1.00 (General ) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
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WEBINAR @ 2:00pm-3:00pm Tuesday, July 31, 2012.
How to Lawfully Document Performance Issues and Discipline Disabled and Other "Protected" Employees
Presenter: James B. Sherman, Esq.
The ADA and other workplace laws protect disabled employees from discrimination, retaliation and in many instances require that employers provide leaves of absence (e.g. FMLA) and reasonable accommodations. As a result, employers often struggle with decisions involving performance issues for fear of being sued.
This 1 hour webinar presented by attorney James B. Sherman will discuss employer rights, within the responsibilities imposed by law, to nevertheless manage their workforces. Topics to be addressed include:
- How to lawfully document common performance issues while avoiding "regarded as" disabled claims under the ADAAA;
- How to document the process of exploring reasonable accommodations in good faith; and
- When it may be appropriate to discharge a non-performing employee.
Click on the link below to register.
Progam Learning objectives:
This event is designed for Management Representatives, Human Resource professionals and Accounting professionals. Attendees will gain an understanding of documenting performance issues; exploring reasonable accommodations; and knowing when it may be appropriate to terminate a non-performing employee.
- This program is considered a basic or introductory level program, with no prerequisites or advanced preparation required.
- This program is considered a “Group-Internet-Based” offering.
- An internet connection and telephone line are required for participation.
- For information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact Julie Kruse at 952.746.1700.