Ending the Employment Relationship Without Ending Up in Court
The involuntary end to employment relationships can often result in expensive litigation. This book provides practical advice and tools to help employers avoid lawsuits. Covered is every aspect of disciplinary and performance-related involuntary separations, and layoffs Included is a sample script for a five-step termination process. This book also details the components of a sound separation policy and includes a sample separation and release agreement.
- Paperback | 142 pages
- 156.5 x 230.6 x 10.2mm | 263.09g
- 15 Apr 2002
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Alexadria, VA, United States
"This is an essential reference for anyone with authority over anyone else's job." --James V. Kimsey, founder, AOL
About Francis Coleman
Francis T. Coleman, Esq., is an expert on employment law and works in the law office of Williams, Mullen, Clark & Dobbin. He is the coauthor of Employment and Labor Law Audit and conducts various seminars and workshops on all aspects of human resources. He was educated at Georgetown University, where he was the first recipient of the John F. Kennedy Labor Law Award. He lives in Washington, D.C.