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Webinar: What to do when an employee is arrested

07/27/2017 @ 10:00 am CDT

Are you aware of the legal limitations your company may face if one of your employees gets arrested? Since your employee is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, there are policies your company should have in place well ahead of time, or you may end up in hot water, too. Many companies do not currently have the proper steps in place, or worse yet, they have them in place, but management and employees aren’t properly trained on the right steps in place before taking discipline action. Is your company prepared to protect your assets from an employee with an arrest record who has yet to be convicted?

In this hour-long webinar, you will learn:

  1. What issues you must consider while investigating an employee’s arrest.
  2. How to appropriately responded when an employee is arrested.
  3. Which policies you should have in place.
  4. Why it is best practice to ensure employees self-report arrests.
  5. How often to schedule background checks on current employees.

Plus, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar about writing policies related to employee arrests, and receive a copy of the ebook, “Seven Steps to Making Confident Hiring Decisions.”

To register click here.

About the presenter:
Mike Coffey is president of Imperative, an employment background investigations firm based in Fort Worth, Texas. An experienced HR professional with roots in aerospace, healthcare, and the service industry, Mike is a District Director for Texas SHRM and a board member of the Texas Association of Business (TAB). Mike has been a licensed private investigator since 1998, and has served the investigative community as a past director of the Texas Association of Licensed Investigators (TALI) and the National Association of Legal Investigators (NALI).


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Vertical Alliance Group
877-792-3866, ext. 300
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