No business is safe from the imminent threat of workplace violence or bullying, and employers can be held liable if their employees fall victim to office violence, internal bullying, or violence through confrontations with customers or people outside of the business. Employers need to prepare their workplaces and employees against the real possibility of hostile or dangerous situations. The first step to safeguarding a business is for employers to take preventive measures, minimize employer liability, and take action against threats to their work space and staff.
In the Workplace Violence and Bullying webinar, you can learn how to spot the signs of potentially violent workers, how to address workplace bullying and how to implement and maintain a healthy workplace.
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Jeff is an experienced litigator who concentrates his practice on defending employment-related litigation in state and federal courts. He regularly represents businesses in employment discrimination, workers' compensation, unemployment and workplace violence matters. Jeff has defended employers in states throughout the country, including Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Jeff has gained substantial trial experience by defending employers in multiple jury trials and bench trials. He also represents clients before the EEOC and other state and local agencies. Jeff regularly strategizes with employers on options for handling employment matters to avoid claims and litigation.
Jeff also creates and reviews employment agreements, severance agreements, employee handbooks and personnel policies. He regularly provides in-house training for managers and supervisors and has given numerous presentations on topics such as personnel management, avoiding litigation, the Americans with Disabilities Act, wage and hour issues, workplace harassment, and employment discrimination law.