Workplace protocol can be tricky and too often supervisors ask the wrong questions or ignore legitimate complaints because they aren’t properly trained. And these mistakes can lead to legal troubles for your business.
10 Legal Pitfalls Supervisors Should Avoid is a straightforward presentation that outlines common workplace mistakes and offers detailed answers so managers don’t overstep boundaries. Is it okay to ask a job candidate if they have been arrested? Can non-exempt employees work “off the clock”? Is it considered harassment if an employee tells dirty jokes?
This ready-to-go presentation is perfect for a presenter-led setting or as a self-directed training program. It covers:
- • Asking inappropriate questions in interviews
- • Making promises to applicants
- • Violating the FLSA
- • Failing to document
- • Making exceptions
- • Treating all absences alike
- • Failing to take harassment law seriously
- • Giving in to temptation to retaliate
- • Violating employee privacy
- • Ignoring requests for accommodation
You choose how to deliver your training. You can purchase the training program with audio narration or choose to deliver the training yourself and purchase the option with no audio.
Both the audio and non-audio options:
- Include the visual slide presentation and speaker's notes
- Were developed by employment law attorneys and human resource experts to ensure you are delivering accurate and up-to-date information
- Available instantly - the presentation, notes and audio (if selected) are downloaded from a link that is sent to you via email
- If you opt for the non-audio version, there is a blank slide at the end of the presentation that can be used to include specific company information. If you have a lot of information to share, you can make multiple copies of the blank slide and place your new slides anywhere throughout the presentation - making it completely your own
Compliance Training for Supervisors: 10 Legal Pitfalls to Avoid is part of the ComplyRight Power Training Library of HR Compliance topics.
- Microsoft PowerPoint for use with PPT presentation file
- Windows Media Player 12 or any MP4 Supported Media Player for audio files