Surviving Employee Termination or Resignation: Protect Your Company
Employee offboarding - whether termination or resignation - is one of the biggest challenges in HR. You need to carefully consider legal rules while offboarding an employee because without the proper procedures, upset ex-employees could trash the company online or leave important work unfinished. View this 60-minute webinar and you'll discover:
- How to create a bulletproof offboarding plan for any situation
- Termination vs. resignation: Key considerations for offboarding
- How to create a social media policy that protects you from a lawsuit
- The two weeks' notice: Planning for a seamless transition
- Exit interview strategies to create a painless last day
Firing Without Fear: What You Need to Know to Stay Out of Court
- Critical steps to avoid liability when firing an employee
- Examine key case studies and recent action taken by the NLRB
- Avoid legal repercussions: How to avoid post-termination lawsuits
The Seamless Offboarding Plan: Make Sure Nothing Slips Through the Cracks
- Legal and practical considerations for resignation vs. termination
- Exit documentation: Partnering with HR to protect your company
- How to streamline and perfect the process for future departures
- Transition strategies: Shifting knowledge and workload
The Last Day: Ending the Relationship on a Positive Note
- Creating an exit interview: Core questions you must ask all employees
- Protect your assets: A checklist for documentation and inventory
- Maintain your brand: Why employees trash companies on Glassdoor & more
Question and Answer Session - Hear expert answers to real-world questions!
About the Speaker
Michael C. Jacobson is an attorney, writer and presenter focusing on employee terminations, internal investigations and workers' compensation. He is currently the Legal Editor for the Organizational Exit and Investigations and Litigation sections of XpertHR, an online information and guidance resource for HR professionals and employers.
- Michael also acts as a Product Demonstrator for XpertHR and speaks regularly to HR and business audiences either in-person at business conferences or via webinar.
- Prior to joining XpertHR, Michael worked as an attorney in Manhattan for six years where he defended employers and healthcare providers against wrongful termination, discrimination, medical malpractice and general liability claims.
- Michael obtained his JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was the Notes and Comments Editor for the Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover how to avoid negative repercussions when offboarding employees whether the decision is mutual or not.