Stearns Weaver Miller to Host Seminar on Dealing with Nightmare Employees

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How to avoid Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims

The law firm of Stearns Weaver Miller will host a breakfast seminar, Dealing with Nightmare Employees: How to avoid Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims, on February 28, 2012 in their Miami office and on February 29, 2012 in their Fort Lauderdale office from 8:00 a.m to 10:00 a.m.

Program Description:

Ever have a nightmare employee? You know, the one that makes you cringe before you even have your morning coffee? There are many types of migraine-inducing employees. Some typical traits are: regularly challenging managers’ authority, claiming every little thing they are unhappy with is a discriminatory act and that they have been targeted for retaliation.

Program highlights include:

  •     Best practices for managing challenging employees
  •     Discipline and termination while minimizing the threat of a lawsuit

The speaker, Robert T. Kofman, is a Shareholder and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Department. Mr. Kofman also serves on the Firm’s Board of Directors. Mr. Kofman is a graduate of Duke Law School and is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Labor and Employment Law. He has also been ranked #1 in Labor and Employment by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Mr. Kofman has been selected for inclusion by the following publications: The Best Lawyers in America®, Florida Super Lawyers, and South Florida Legal Guide – “Top Lawyers in Labor and Employment.” In 2011 Mr. Kofman became a Fellow with The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

Stearns Weaver Miller’s Labor and Employment Law Breakfast Seminars are held in their Miami and Fort Lauderdale offices on a frequent basis. The Firm also provides programming in Boca Raton and Port St. Lucie. The seminars, designed for Human Resources Professionals, General Counsel and Senior Executives, provide an in-depth look at specific laws and policies.

Cost $20/Person

HRCI and CLE Credits Pending.

For more information or to register, please contact Dara Errichetti at 305-789-3301 derrichetti(at)stearnsweaver(dot)com


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