An employee continues to make mistakes that cost the company money. You meet with her and place her on a performance improvement plan (PIP). After the 60-day PIP period ends, you conclude that her performance did not improve adequately and terminate her employment. The employee files a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) […]
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In yesterday’s Advisor, Attorney Susan G. Fentin demonstrated how to make appraisals work for you (and not against you in court). Today, we present Fentin’s top 10 mistakes employers make when documenting employee performance.
“Most state workers’ compensation laws provide that it is unlawful for an employer to discharge or otherwise discriminate/retaliate against a worker for claiming worker’s comp or testifying at a workers’ comp hearing.” Adele Abrams explained in a recent BLR webinar. And this goes beyond just standard discipline or firing: “Anything that is an adverse action […]