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Clear and Objective Employee Documentation

Published:  December 4, 2019

This event was hosted by the Human Service Forum on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

When it comes to managing employees, good documentation can be a lifeline! Employee files and documentation are used in evaluations, audits, licensing, and (should they arise) lawsuits. It is incredibly important to make sure that all documentation is consistent and based upon objective observations as opposed to subjective opinions.

This seminar for supervisors and managers addressed: 

  • Investigating Complaints
  • Dealing with confidentiality issues
  • Taking interim actions
  • Disciplinary actions

Improve your skills and learn tips to writing clear, concise, and objective documentation.

Presented by:

Timothy M. Netkovick, an attorney at Royal, P.C., has over 16 years of litigation experience.  Tim has successfully tried several cases to verdict.  In addition to his trial experience, Tim has specific experience in handling labor and employment matters before a variety of administrative agencies including the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, Department of Labor, and Department of Industrial Accidents.  Tim also assists employers with unionized workforces during collective bargaining, at arbitrations, and with respect to employee grievances and unfair labor practice charges.

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