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Preventive Law: Training Managers to Spot Employment Law Issues

by | Jul 12, 2024 | ADA, blog, Employee Title VII Claims, Employment Disputes, Title VI |

The best way to minimize company exposure to the risk of litigation is to ensure that your managers are trained to spot employment law issues prior to escalation.  Untrained managers may think they are implementing appropriate solutions to workplace disputes; however, these well-meaning managers may expose your business to liability based on their actions in issues involving employment laws—federal, state and local.

Before you allow or encourage managers to tackle workplace issues involving topics such as race, sex, gender, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, personal appearance, political affiliation, retaliation or whistleblowing, you must provide your managers with adequate, meaningful, and updated training.

Thatcher Zavaro & Mani provides valuable training for executives and managers which may prevent them from acting in a manner that exposes a business to liability.  This training is tailored to each individual business, engages your managers, provides concrete and memorable examples, and does not trivialize concerns.

Thatcher Zavaro & Mani routinely conducts investigations, provides reports, and recommends corrective and preventive action.  We can also create or update your Employee Handbook/Manual in an attempt to reduce the number of legal claims filed against your business, and to help defend against any future claims.

If you are concerned about your business’ ability to handle complaints of discrimination or retaliation, are interested in effective training for your managers, or need to update your Employee Handbook, contact Thatcher Zavaro & Mani to schedule a consultation.