Disciplinary Action Process
August 24, 2021
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Presented via Zoom
Speaker: Jon Hyman
To Register: Disciplinary Action Process
This presentation will review the disciplinary action process in its entirety.
This will cover the following topics:
1. What are the potential legal implications when disciplining an employee?
2. When should an employer consider foregoing discipline and going right to termination?
3. How should an employer document performance issues so that they effectively support discipline or termination decisions?
4. What is a severance agreement, when should it be used, and what should it contain?
About the Speaker:
Mr. Hyman is a member of the Firm's Litigation Department and Employment & Labor practice group and serves on the Board of Directors. He focuses his practice on management side labor and employment law, providing businesses proactive solutions to solve their workforce problems and reactive solutions when they find themselves litigating against an employee or group of employees.
Proactively, he serves as outside in-house counsel for businesses by drafting policies and agreements, providing advice on firing an employee, guidance on a leave of absence, disability accommodation, or internal complaint or investigation, or information on any number of other issues that plague human resources professionals and businesses. He has extensive experience on more specialized labor and employment law issues, such as wage and hour compliance, social media, cybersecurity, and other workplace technology concerns, affirmative action compliance, and union avoidance and labor relations.
Reactively, he represents businesses in employment and labor litigation, including discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and claims, non-competition and trade-secret misappropriation disputes, wage-and-hour class and collective actions, and union certification and decertification matters.
He is also the author of the renowned and award-winning Ohio Employer Law Blog (www.ohioemployerlawblog.com, an American Bar Association Blawg Hall of Fame inductee).
- Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
- Approved: 1.0 HRCI credit