Dealing With Disgruntled Employees
It all started innocently enough. Angie Agent was having problems on the job (tardiness, excessive absences, performance, personality issues, etc.). You, the conscientious Supervisor and fair-minded person, gave the employee a warning. Things did not improve. Angie actually developed an "attitude," and the conduct continued. Another warning. Nothing. Tired of the problems, you terminated Angie. You conducted the termination exactly as counsel advised and diligently documented everything...Sound familiar?
Our speaker this month will share techniques for effectively dealing with angry or dissatisfied employees learned from his experience as a practicing attorney representing employers. Join us April 8th
Learn proactive steps to address performance issues
Understand dos and dont's of documentation
Know what to do when seperation is necessary
Get the latest HR legal updates
Note Location ChangeThis Month: meeting will be held at UT Commons @ The Pickle Research Center, 10100 Burnet Road, Bldg 137, Austin, TX 78758
April 8, 2010
$30 Members / $35 Non-members
Adam Bolond, is a Labor Attorney with Ogletree, Deaking, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, PA in San Antonio.
He practices in a variety of areas of Labor and Employment Law including employment discrimination, wage and hour, workers compensation and wrongful discharge law. Mr. Boland has represented employers in numerous employment discrimination matters including sexual and racial discrimination and harassment, ADEA and FMLA claims in Texas and Texas federal jurisdictions. He has also represented clients during investigations by administrative agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Texas Workforce Commission-Civil Rights Division. He received his J.D from St Mary's University Law School where he graduated cum laude.