1. Make sure employees are taking meal and rest breaks (continued)
2. How to effectively handle a termination (continued)
Once you decide to terminate, you must pay special attention to the actual termination process Tamara L. Harper has written an article entitled, “Effectively Terminating an Employee,” that outlines seven steps employers should follow and the five required handouts you must give to an employee upon termination. This article will be provided to you at no charge by sending an email to Tamara L. Harper and requesting such.
3. Handling Sexual Harassment Complaints (Continued)
Failure to fully investigate puts you at risk. Consult employment counsel before deciding to not investigate. Conduct the required annual training of supervisors for sexual harassment prevention and keep evidence of attendance in the form of written records. Consult your employment counsel for details.
4. Correctly Classify Sales People- Exempt vs. non-exempt (Continued)
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