Submitted by Sierra Lopez.
Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce hosts Hiring, Discipline and Firing:
Employment Best Practices as part of KeyBank Workshop Series
(Middletown, CT). Don DeVivo, Chairman of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, announced that the Chamber will host a KeyBank Workshop on Hiring, Discipline and Firing: Employment Best Practices on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. and will last until 10:00 a.m. The training session will take place at the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, 393 Main Street, Middletown, CT.
Presented by Robert Hinton of Pullman and Comley, the workshop, “Hiring, Discipline and Firing: Employment Best Practices” will focus on helping small business owners, HR personnel and managers understand the legal issues presented by modern hiring and firing decisions, and present practical steps employers can take to minimize litigation risk.
Specific topics covered will include: Employment background checks and due diligence, Drug testing and medical inquiries, Application and interview process, Fraudulent employment and/or educational references, When to discipline and when to fire, Effective preparation for termination and conducting terminations, and Most common pitfalls and employer best practices.
Protect your business and minimize litigation risk by registering today! Visit https://www.middlesexchamber.com/ to register or call 860-347-6924. Registration cost for Chamber members is $30 and for Non-members $40.
About the Chamber- Established in 1895, the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce is the largest Chamber in the state. Located in Middletown, CT, this dynamic business organization boasts over 2,175 members that employ over 50,000 people. The Chamber strives to be the voice of business in Middlesex County and the surrounding area with nine geographically based divisions that meet on a monthly basis as well as industry-based committees and councils throughout Middlesex County that work hard to provide a valuable service to their members. In addition to being an effective and dynamic business organization, the chamber strives to be a community organization. Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce runs a number of events and programs that support veterans, youth development, and substance abuse prevention. For more information visit www.MiddlesexChamber.com