Do you know what your employees are doing? Do they know what they should be doing?
Defining the employee's role is a critical component of workplace productivity, strategic planning and legal compliance. Job descriptions, if properly prepared, can provide guidance for employees on meeting the company's goals and the supervisor's expectations -- while at the same time protecting against workplace litigation.
In this practical and informative seminar, employment law attorney Karen L. Gabler will discuss best practices and legal tips for creating effective job descriptions. Topics will include the following:
Using job descriptions for company-wide strategic planning and budget estimates
When to create job descriptions (it's not just for hiring anymore!)
Using job descriptions to defend against employee litigation
How job descriptions can be used to avoid misclassification claims (and the most common classification mistakes in the typical job description)
Applying job descriptions to implement productive employee discipline and evaluation
Using job descriptions to facilitate interactive discussions and disability accommodation
The top job description mistakes
The critical components of an effective job description
Practical guidance to help supervisors and human resource professionals to create a job description quickly and efficiently
Tips to help you prepare for 2019!
* Attendance is limited to no more than three people per company.