Replace Liability with Credibility
Returning Favorite! Even if you win an employment-related lawsuit, you lose! The cost and loss to your employer – not just in legal fees but in management time, employee morale and public relations – can be significant. As a human resource professional, you are in a unique position to help your organization avoid these problems.
This fast-paced, highly interactive program provides situation-specific advice for handling the significant HR challenges that you experience on the job. You'll learn:
- How to educate and support your management team through effective and ethical employee relations practices that minimize employer and personal liability
- Scripted responses to use in sensitive situations and to prevent past events from being used to support future legal claims
- How to avoid senior managers saying to you, “You should have anticipated this” after an avoidable legal claim
Litigation-free leadership is a by-product of positive employee relations. In this two-day dynamic program specifically designed for human resource professionals, an extensive array of employee relations scenarios will be covered, including:
Best practices for handling:
- personality and attitude problems
- corrective action and discharge
- potential & actual sexual harassment
- generalized disparaging comments
- previously unaddressed misbehavior
- serious on- & off-the-job misconduct
And how to respond to:
- concerns about job security
- discriminatory comments
- personal hygiene complaints
- requests for job accommodations
- threats of violence and bullying
- disclosures of medical conditions
You will walk away with increased confidence in handling sensitive employee relations situations that, while difficult and uncomfortable, must be addressed carefully to prevent employee morale and legal problems.
About the Speaker
MICHAEL J. MIRARCHI is recognized as a leading expert in employment‐related lawsuit prevention. As an Employee Relations Counselor, he is dedicated to helping employers stay litigation‐free.
Drawing from over 30 years of experience in employment and labor law, as an employer defense attorney and as a Human Resources Vice President, he developed a unique litigation‐avoidance program. Through it, participants acquire significantly increased practical knowledge and a higher level of confidence in addressing employee relations issues than they have ever had before. He has presented his “Reset the Clock” program over 1,300 times to more than 32,000 leaders at employer facilities across North America.
Mr. Mirarchi believes that the vast majority of leaders want to exercise their abilities with fairness, integrity and professionalism. Nevertheless, if you lead people long enough, there are plenty of opportunities to run into potential liability situations. In these situations, leaders who know what
to do and how to do it have a tremendous advantage over those who don’t, in avoiding lawsuits.
In 2013, Mike was recognized as the first inductee into The HRSouthwest Conference Speaker Hall of Fame. Over the last 25 years, he has consistently been one of the highest‐rated speakers, excelling in content, professionalism and delivery.
In conjunction with various employer, industry and professional associations, he has conducted live TV broadcasts, webinars and on‐line employee relations programs, in addition to presenting at their regional and national conferences.
Mr. Mirarchi has a B.S. in Business Administration and a Law Degree from Seton Hall University.
Payment & Registration Notes
IMPORTANT: Advance registrations are recommended as we cannot guarantee seating for onsite registrants. To receive cancellation credit, your written request must be received at DallasHR by 12:00 noon, no later than the Friday before the meeting. If you are unable to attend and it is past the cancellation date, you may transfer your credits to the next session for a $75.00 transfer fee. You must call PRIOR to the session start date for this option.
Payment is due with registration. No POs or requests for invoicing can be honored. Checks should be made payable and mailed (to be received no later than the Friday before the meeting) to the DallasHR Office.
Chapter members and guests are not allowed to bring and/or distribute marketing collateral or material other than business cards to any chapter event except paid, sponsoring businesses. Violation of this policy will result in dismissal from the meeting and confiscation of materials. Opportunities to promote products and services are available. For information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to learn more.