How to Legally Terminate Employees on
Leave - Human Resources Webinar
1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
Terminating an employee under normal circumstances can be stressful
enough. You must make sure you have proper documentation and adhere to strict
legal guidelines in order to protect yourself and your organization. When
looking to terminate an employee on job-protected leave, the legalities become
even more complex and confusing. Are you confident that you know your rights —
and those of your employees — in such sticky situations? This class will help
you answer all those questions.
With the numerous types of protected leave offered and the extensive laws
surrounding individual circumstances, there are lots of questions you must ask
yourself when determining whether or not you have the right to legally
terminate an employee on leave. Are you stuck waiting until the employee
returns to work? Do you need to keep the employee on staff long enough to
establish a delay period between the end of the leave and the termination? Do
different rules and regulations apply when terminating for performance, for
disciplinary problems, for absenteeism, or as part of a lay-off?
Discover the answers to these tough questions — and more — at this
power-packed 1-hour Webinar! Learn how to navigate legally
challenging areas of your job such as the FMLA, the ADA, and Workers'
Compensation, and discover when it's permissible to terminate an employee on
leave — and when doing so could land you in legal hot water.
How would you handle the following situations?
- A troublesome employee who has been warned about disruptive behavior goes
on FMLA leave for a medical condition. While on leave, he appears at the
office and continues to disrupt his department. Can you fire him for his
- While an employee is on leave for pregnancy-related issues, you discover
evidence of gross negligence that has cost the organization thousands of
dollars. What actions are you allowed to take at this time?
- An employee who has had problems with excessive absenteeism in the past
goes on military family leave. After her leave is approved, her supervisor
decides he wants to fire her for her history of absenteeism. Is he allowed to
If you aren't sure about the answers, enroll now for this informative Webinar! You'll gain up-to-the minute information on the ins and outs of
the laws surrounding job-protected leave, and learn how to protect your
organization from potentially damaging — and costly — legal action.
In just one hour of employee termination training, you'll get the knowledge
you need to make the tough decisions regarding employee termination for those
on protected leave. This webinar will quickly familiarize you with:
- Legal considerations for terminating an employee on leave
- Documentation guidelines that can help keep your organization out of legal
- How to avoid the number-one reason most employers get in trouble
- When and how to discipline or discharge an employee on leave
- What you can and cannot do with employees on Workers' Compensation
- How to avoid penalties for wrongful termination of an employee on leave
- Quick tips for ensuring your terminations are legally sound
Who will benefit?
This information-packed program is perfect for HR professionals, HR
assistants, managers, supervisors, executives — in short, anyone who is
involved in the termination of employees and wants to ensure legal compliance
for his or her organization will benefit from this workshop.
Don't even consider firing an employee on leave without this essential
training! How to Legally Terminate Employees on Leave will provide you with
valuable knowledge you need to make the tough decisions in your company's best
interest — while acting legally and responsibly.
Webinar Start Time: 1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
2 pm Eastern
1 pm Central
12 pm Mountain
11 am Pacific
10 am Alaskan
9 am Hawaiian
Webinar and CD - US $248
Webinar Only - US $199
Webinar CD Only - US $199
Immediately following the Webinar, the
phone line will be opened up to conference participants who wish to submit
questions to our speaker, time permitting.