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The Ten Most Common Documentation Errors

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Documentation is crucial in employment issues. Poor, improper or missing documentation creates liability. Poor documentation can be worse than none. It can result in personal liability for managers. You can spend years taking law school classes on evidence and documentation and still have glitches. However, if you avoid these ten errors, you can avoid liability and be far along on the road to proper, legally valid documentation. You can sleep at night knowing you have avoided the nightmares of these most serious issues. Your documentation will be clean!

Why should you attend: Poor documentation can be worse than none at all. Not only does it lose cases, it can generate personal liability for managers. You get named in the case, you pay, instead of the company. The courts are increasingly unsympathetic with sloppy or negligent documentation.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Ask before you act; script before you ask
  • No follow-up
  • Not documenting now
  • Not documenting your good deeds
  • Letting your irritations overcome professionalism
  • The kitchen sink/privacy/retaliation
  • False light defamation
  • Negligent defamation
  • Confidentiality
  • Failure to preserve ("the cloud ate our records")

Who Will Benefit:
  • HR Managers
  • Business Owners
  • CEOs
  • CFOs
  • IT managers
  • Members of Board of Directors
  • Public Sector Managers
  • School Superintendents
  • Non-profit Directors and Board Members
  • Affirmative Action Officers
  • Diversity Officers
  • Business Consultants

Robert E.Gregg brings his years of employment law experience to offer strategies, to identify and resolve problems before they generate lawsuits. Bob's dynamic and engaging presentations turn legal concepts into easily understood practical, effective advice that any organization can apply to positively take control before the situations controls you. Bob is an employment relations attorney with over 30 years of experience.

His main emphasis is helping employers achieve enhanced productivity, creating positive work environments. Bob is a partner at Boardman and Clark, LLP in Madison, Wisconsin. A recognized educator and trainer, Bob has conducted over 3,000 seminars throughout the United States and authored numerous articles on practical employment issues.

His career has encompassed canoe guide, carpenter, laborer, Army Sergeant, social worker, educator, business owner, Equal Employment Opportunity officer, and employment relations attorney. He has the background to address a wide range of employment issues in a straightforward, easy-to-understand style.

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