Earlier this year, I gave a 2 hour training session for a Chicago-based nonprofit. The training concerned progressive discipline and discharge. As typical with most of my training sessions, Q & A and role playing were emphasized. The session was conducted for middle and senior managers with supervisory responsibilities. The training.

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Death in the Workplace Question

Posted by: charlesakrugel  /   Category: Business Ethics / Business Management / Employment Law / Human Resources / Policies / Practices / Risk Assessment   /   No Comments

In my Yahoo Groups HR Community email, I recently came across the following question and engaged with the solicitor in the following dialogue: What is the process to be followed if there is a death at the work- place (not factory)? The death could be of an employee, contract staff or visitor. Is there any legal.

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On Saturday, January 12, 2008, I'll be a presenter at the Ground Floor Entrepreneur Center's FREE 2008 business development seminar. This event is from 1-7pm at the GFEC, 2616 W. North Ave., Chicago. I'll be part of the "Staffing for Success" panel. I'll be focusing on the legal issues established businesses must consider relative to.

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