WEBINAR

The Importance of Documentation & Using a Progressive Discipline Approach

The Importance of Documentation
Addressing under-performing employees properly can be challenging and risky for companies. There are many pitfalls that can quickly escalate into legal issues if not handled appropriately. Join Fourth’s Natasha Montoya for a discussion on the proper use of progressive discipline & how to avoid wrongful termination claims. Natasha will walk through common issues and examples of how best to address discipline issues in the workplace.

With a background in both large and small organizations, Natasha Montoya discovered the impact a PEO can have for an organization and hasn’t looked back. With the complexity, diversity and fast pace, PEO can truly help an organization focus on their core competencies. Be sure to join Natasha for this impactful webinar and keep your HR team complaint.

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