What We Can Learn From The Most Unusual Employment Law Cases
Every manager must deal with difficult, unexpected and “out of the ordinary” employment situations. After a while, you think “I’ve seen it all!” Then each time something even more unusual comes along.
Every year the federal and state courts decide thousands of employment cases.
- Some of these cases reflect reoccurring themes on issues employers should have already addressed but have not.
- Some of the cases show the changing law, technology and culture.
- Some are previews of trends for the future.
- Some are just plain unusual but illustrate important cautions and lessons for Human Resources and all supervisors.
Many of the front-page headline cases and Supreme Court decisions actually have little practical impact on the average manager’s day-to-day operations. It is often the lesser-known cases which have more practical effects, and which provide the best illustrations and warnings about things which may create the greatest liabilities.
The most unusual, strangest cases are also the ones we tend to most easily remember. So, managers remember the lessons they teach and are more likely to avoid these problems in the future. This program covers these odd, unusual examples, in an entertaining way, which can teach HR and supervisors crucial and memorable pointers for good management practices and liability prevention.
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