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Supervisor Employment Law Survival Training

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“The best defense against employee claims is to avoid them in the first place.”

Like it or not, your managers and supervisors are your first line of defense against litigation. That’s why so many HR experts recommend employment law training.

In this webinar, Peter Newman will break down the Employment Law Survival Training Program.

This outline will include:

  1. An explanation for the increase in employment litigation
  2. An overview of a disgruntled employee’s potential claims
  3. The importance of employment policies and practices
  4. Personnel do’s and don’ts checklist

Speaker: Peter Newman

Peter Newman is a “switch hitting” employment lawyer representing both employers and employees in all areas of employment law and related litigation. Peter has extensive experience with NLRB and Ohio SERB representation and unfair labor practice matters. In addition, Peter is a corporate compliance & ethics practitioner who helps clients develop and implement effective corporate compliance programs. In response to #MeToo, Peter is focused on protecting companies from litigation, but, more importantly, eliminating sexual harassment in their workplaces.