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    Managing Employee Performance to Promote Success and Mitigate Risks

    Date: June 8, 2022, 8:00am – 9:30am
    North Star SHRM Board
    No cost to attend as a North Star SHRM member
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting
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    North Star SHRM will be hosting a virtual seminar titled: Managing Employee Performance to Promote Success and Mitigate Risks.  This is a virtual presentation on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, from 8 am to 9:30 am. All North Star SHRM members are invited to attend.  There is no cost to attend.

    This session will highlight the important reasons to engage in documented performance management, the components of good and bad documentation, and risk mitigation tips. Key takeaways from this session include:

    • Understand the business and legal reasons to engage in documented performance management
    • Learn the what, when, and how of documenting effectively
    • Learn how to mitigate legal risks

    This seminar will be presented by Megan L. Anderson with Lathrop GPM, Minneapolis, MN

    Megan Anderson is partner in Lathrop GPM’s employment and higher education group.  She is an MSBA-certified employment and labor law specialist and proactively partners with organizations of all types and sizes to ensure employment law compliance and prevent legal claims.  Megan regularly advises and trains employers on the full range of employment law issues, including hiring, compensation, performance management, termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, workplace violence, leaves of absence, accommodations, policies, and contracts.  In addition, she advises and trains higher education institutions on a host of employment and student related matters, including but not limited to Title IX sexual discrimination and sexual misconduct matters.  In addition to preventative counseling and training services, Megan conducts investigations and legal compliance reviews.  She also regularly represents employers in administrative actions and in litigation when claims do arise.