Preventive Law for Employers
Federal Employment Law, NJ Employment Law, Preventive law

How to Survive the Perfect Storm Part II

“Historic trends and events are converging into a perfect storm that could place antidiscrimination  at the center of corporate policy with an intensity unseen since passage of the Civil Rights Act in 1964”, ‐ Dr. James Fadigan, one of the authors of the Title VII antidiscrimination provisions of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and a leading authority on equal employment opportunity.

If you think your managers aren’t clear about the legal risks they can create for your company every
time they evaluate, re‐assign, respond to employee issues, or provide performance feedback you are probably right!

So how can your organization avoid a shipwreck in this perfect storm? Make sure the captain and crew (that is, your managers and supervisors) are well‐trained to:

• Know the waters
• Spot employment law hazards
• Chart their business reasons for all decisions, and
• Seek advice from navigation experts (upper management, HR, Legal)

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Ann Kiernan is an employment lawyer who has been practicing law in New Jersey for more than 30 years. She represents only employers and management and regularly provides management training companies big and small. Employment law is constantly changing, and Ann is familiar how these changes affect employers. To keep up-to-date and learn what issues are currently affecting businesses and employers in New Jersey, read the blog.

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