Managing Performance: Policy Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them - San Jose
September 15, 2010
"Managing Performance: Policy Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them"
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DATE & LOCATION:
Wednesday, September 15
The Capital Club
(The Knight Ridder Building)
50 West San Fernando
(validated discounted parking available)
8:00 a.m. - Breakfast and registration
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Program
Featuring a mock trial cross-examination of a Human Resources manager, this presentation will examine several problem areas that employers face in managing employee performance, including:
- Peformance improvement programs
- Employee reviews and evaluations
- Discipline policies
- Documentation in personnel files
Kara L. Arguello represents individuals and businesses in employment and general litigation, including wrongful termination, unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets, and discrimination. Ms. Arguello has experience litigating and representing employers before the Labor Commissioner on issues including unpaid overtime and vacation. She advises and counsels on employee classification, leaves of absence, wage and hour law, and reduction in force.
Berliner Cohen's experienced employment law attorneys advise and represent employers and managers on a full range of legal issues affecting the workplace, including harassment and discrimination, unfair competition and trade secrets, wrongful discharge, wage and hour issues, and labor disputes. Berliner Cohen is one of the largest law firms in San Jose and Merced serving the business and regulatory needs of private business and public agencies. For almost 40 years, the Firm has developed the special expertise required by a diverse client base consisting of some of Silicon Valley’s largest corporations, new ventures, leading real estate developers, cutting-edge software manufacturers, healthcare providers, mortgage banking companies, municipalities and public agencies.
Complimentary (includes continental breakfast)
RSVP requested by Monday noon preceding seminar.
1.5 hours of general CLE credit available.
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