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 17245 - Survival Skills for Today's Employer: HR Best Practices - Cory King $18.00   
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Survival Skills for Today's Employer: HR Best Practices
Cory King

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In today's world where a disgruntled employee is only a mouse-click away from a hungry attorney just waiting to pounce, employers cannot afford to ignore their Human Resources practices. This course will provide employers with the education and tools they need to deal with real-life human resources issues. We will cover hiring, discipline, and termination strategies proven to help employers win employee lawsuits, and most importantly help avoid such lawsuits altogether! If you wait to educate yourself on these issues until after you "need" the education, it will be too late. The employers who want to survive and thrive in the coming years will be at this seminar preparing themselves to win (and avoid!) devastating employee lawsuits.

Cory King
Fine, Boggs & Perkins LLP
San Marcos CA United States

Cory J. King is a Partner in the San Diego office of Fine, Boggs & Perkins LLP. His national employment law practice focuses on both the "prevention side" of employment claims, as well as litigating all types of employment matters. Mr. King regularly advises employers regarding effective methods to avoid employment-related claims, including preparation of employment agreements, drafting policies and procedures, training managers on "best practices," and offering day-to-day advice to employers regarding a myriad of employment and wage/hour issues. Mr. King has extensive experience handling claims and litigation before the state and federal agencies, as well as matters in private arbitration and the state/federal courts. Mr. King represents employers in a wide-range of industries, but has developed a special expertise in representing automobile dealerships, collision repair centers, and motorcycle dealerships. Mr. King and the firm serve as labor and employment counsel for the California Autobody Association (CAA), California Motor Car Dealers Association (CMCDA), and the California Motorcycle Dealers Association (CMDA) as well as similar organizations in other states. He is a frequent lecturer to various business and employer groups around the country on labor and employment issues, has conducted scores of workshops, seminars, and presentations at state, regional, and national conventions and conferences.



 





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