Hey Compliance Warriors!
We are doing a Boss Call™ on February 9th, 2022 to discuss what your managers and supervisors need to know.
I want you all to read this article by Eric B. Meyer with FisherBroyles, LLP.
In this article, Eric explains some terrible email exchanges that ended up in court and will very likely end up costing the employer (and possibly some managers and supervisors) major dollars.
Is this the worst batch of retaliatory emails I’ve ever read? Maybe.
Print this post if you want to discourage your managers and supervisor from putting dumb sh*t in emails that might one day get shown to a jury and end up costing your business a mint. Last night, I read this opinion from a federal judge in Wisconsin. It’s about an employee (let’s call him “Plaintiff”) who suffered from depression and anxiety. Plaintiff worked for the same employer (a/k/a “Defendant”) for over a decade until he felt that he had no choice but to retire. Somewhere in between, Plaintiff’s disabilities led him to take leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act and apply for different jobs — some lateral transfers, others promotions — that might have mitigated the effects of these mental health conditions…… Read on
Boss Call: February 9th, 2022
Training Your Managers and Supervisors:
What Do They Need to Know?
Send me your specific questions and I will be sure we address them during this information-packed Boss Call!
Hope to see you on the Call!
Lisa Smith, SPHR, SCP
EEOC Certified Investigator
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