The limits of an “at-will” policy — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily
Having an “at-will” policy may not protect you from a wrongful termination lawsuit brought by an employee. A California court recently ruled that an at-will worker who was fired after blowing the whistle on unethical business practices can sue for wrongful discharge. Upshot: Respond seriously to any employee’s complaints of illegal activity. Keep accurate performance records and never retaliate against a complainant.
The FMLA opens a whole new area of potential risks and legal hoops to jump through. But it also hands you some additional tools to protect your company and effectively administer problematic leaves of absence. This session explores both....Click here to find out more.