Hiring and Firing: HR Strategies to Avoid Legal Mistakes
Date: Thursday, December 4, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Location: Embassy Suites Newark-Wilmington South (654 S. College Ave, Newark, DE 19713)
Presented By: The National Business Institute
Recent changes in the employment landscape have made companies of all sizes more vulnerable than ever to legal disputes caused by hiring and firing practices. With all of these rapidly changing developments, maintaining policies and procedures can be trying for any busy professional.
Robert W. Small
, Co-Chair of Reger Rizzo & Darnall's Employment Practices Group
, joins an esteemed panel of colleagues as they provide a comprehensive overview of hiring and firing laws. Mr. Small’s presentation will focus on Giving and Getting References - Determining the Best Course of Action
, and will include a discussion on:
- Risks of Providing References - Defamation, Blacklisting Claims, Etc.
- Risks of Not Providing References - Negligent Referral, Etc.
- Qualified Privilege Between Employers - When Does it Exist?
- Prudent Policies for Giving and Obtaining References
This session is approved for 6 CLE credits; 6 HRCI credits and 0.60 IACET credits.