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Keeping the Temperatures Down When Terminations Arise

Third Thursday Breakfast Briefing
June 20, 2013
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
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Location:

Baker Donelson Center
211 Commerce Street
1st Floor Special Events Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Date/Time:

June 20, 2013
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration
8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Program

HR Directors and in-house counsel, does your office get a bit hot every time you recommend caution in terminating employees? Is a request for more documentation met with a frustrated sigh from management? When terminations arise, learn how to keep temperatures down at Baker Donelson's next breakfast briefing. It's the coolest program in town.

We invite you to bring your CEO or members of your management team to this very special program. After all, you can't keep the Baker Breakfast Burritos to yourself forever. This program is focused exclusively on the value of teamwork between HR, in-house counsel and management to reduce legal risks and will cover the following hot topics:

  • What every manager needs to know about employment laws before making a termination decision.
  • When management should seek counsel from HR about potential terminations.
  • Where the value lies for management and HR to develop solid termination procedures.
  • Why group terminations like a reduction in force require advance preparation and planning to reduce legal risks.
  • How developing a checklist for management and HR to assess legal and practical issues related to terminations can help ease conflicts and keep business operations flowing smoothly despite turnover.

Continuing Education Credit:
This program is pending CLE credit approval in the state of Tennessee. This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for review.

Space is limited for this event. Program and breakfast are complimentary.

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Ashley Siskey
T: 615.726.7301
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