"How to Avoid Hiring Mistakes: Oops! Too Late!"
Jeffrey S. Tenebaum chairs Venable’s Non Profit Organizations Practice Group. One of the nation’s leading nonprofit attorneys, he counsels his clients on a broad array of legal issues. He is the recipient of many awards including, in 2006, the Outstanding Non Profit Lawyer of the Year Award by the American Bar Association. Mr. Tenenbaum started his career in the nonprofit community by serving as Legal Section manager at ASAE following several years working on Capitol Hill as a legislative assistant. He currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of ASAE’s Association Law and Policy legal journal and the ASAE Public Policy Committee. He has spoken to FAR membership in the past and we’re glad to welcome him back.
David R. Warner’s practice at Venable LLP focuses on the resolution and litigation of complex labor, employment and business disputes. Mr. Warner represents and counsels both private and public sector clients with a particular emphasis on the government contractor and nonprofit industries. He regularly counsels employers on labor and employment related matters in order to minimize potential litigation risk and guides them in the design and implantation of effective and defensible application, hiring, promotion and compensation practices.
Simone Putnam has been a partner at Raffa since 2001. She currently oversees Raffa’s Consulting Division, providing a variety of services to clients including day-to-day human resource functions, employee relations, performance management, compliance reviews and investigations, employee handbook development, benefits and payroll consulting, recruiting, training and compensation management. Ms. Putnam holds a Senior Professional certification in Human Resources (SPHR) and is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), the HR Leadership Forum and HR People & Strategy.
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Finding the best talent to match your organization’s needs can be a tricky business. Having effective procedures for recruiting, interviewing and vetting applicants is a good start, but even when you’ve followed all of these carefully, you may still wake up one day to the nagging suspicion that the person you’ve chosen is not the right fit. Jeff Tannenbaum, partner with Venable LLP will moderate a panel of legal and Human Resource experts in their discussion of what you can do, both proactively and reactively to ensure hiring qualified staff, reduce your exposure to claims of unfair practices and secure the quality of personnel. Bring your questions and stories for a lively discussion following the presentation.
Attendees will learn how to:
-identify valid sources of info used in hiring
-recognize and confirm “red flags” in vetting process to reduce risk, loss and exposure to litigation
-review current law that protects both the employee and the organization when addressing misunderstandings, poor performance, reassignments and separations
-develop sound, legal response to an employment dispute
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
11:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
1001 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036 (map and directions)
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There are no refunds or cancellations accepted after March 13, 2015. Field of Study: Personnel/HR Program level is basic – update. There are no pre-requisites nor advanced preparation. It is Group-Live delivery method. Sponsor ID: 109395