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The Psychology and Law of Workplace Misconduct: From the Manipulative to the Mentally ill

  February 26, 2013  
ComplianceOnline, Online Event

This work place misconduct webinar training will help you deal with some of the most complex employee relations issues in today’s workplace, from FMLA abuse to workplace violence to the ADA implications of mental illness, how to do internal moral investigations, terminate potentially dangerous employees, how to handle workplace bullying.

Why Should You Attend:

As employees’ legal rights expand, so does the opportunity for abuse. On the one hand, employers often feel paralyzed to investigate – or discipline – employee misconduct for fear of potential litigation; on the other, managers may jump in the gun and fail to recognize the legal issues involved before taking corrective action.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • How to prevent, identify, and remedy FMLA abuse
  • How to respond to verbal threats and insubordination
  • Strategies for dealing with an employee's arrest
  • Recognizing, and responding to, personality disorders in the workplace
  • How to terminate a potentially dangerous employee
  • When, and how, to conduct a morale investigation
  • Tackling psychiatric disabilities and substance abuse in the workplace
  • How to handle the workplace bully
Organized by: Complianceonline
Invited Speakers:

Dr. Joni E. Johnston, is the founder and CEO of Work Relationships, a corporate training and consulting company specializing in workplace mental health problems as well as employee conduct issues including workplace harassment, workplace violence, and effective discipline/termination. Dr. Johnston has been performing human resource seminars for professional groups and industry associations since she founded her HR/employee relations consulting and training firm in 1991, and has personally trained over 50,000 managers and supervisors. She has worked extensively in the biotech and life sciences industry.

A forensic psychologist, Dr. Johnston has written monthly columns for LexisNexis, HR.Com and HRGateway. She is an adjunct professor in Tiffin University's criminal justice program and has authored three books, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Psychology. She has also served as an expert witness in numerous employment-related lawsuits.

Deadline for Abstracts: 2013-03-04
Registration: For Registration: http://www.complianceonline.com/ecommerce/control/trainingFocus/~product_id=702613?channel=Hummolgen
E-mail: referral@complianceonline.com
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