Mar 16, 8:00 am - 9:30 am, 700 Beta Banquet and Conference Center
You’re not the buddy, you’re not the baby sitter, you’re not the bank; you’re the business owner, the big cheese, The Boss. You don’t want to be a doormat, or a dictator. How can you be your employees’ friend, colleague and collaborator, and still be that person whose job it is to make sure the work gets done?
This session is designed to help you find the right balance. We’ll discuss the traits that make a good boss, and how being a good boss can improve your business’ bottom line. Learn how to establish clear supervisor/employee roles, how to know where to draw the line, and when to make exceptions to the rules. We’ll also cover the legal ramifications of not creating clear roles and supervisory relationships.
Our speaker is attorney Jennifer Corso, who has represented Cleveland area employers in labor and employment law for over 20 years. Jennifer offers employers a proactive approach to employment matters, innovative solutions, and top-rate advocacy in defending employee claims. Certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a Specialist in Labor and Employment Law, she is the legal advisor to Your Partner in HR, a professional human resources strategy firm, and a prolific writer and popular public speaker on employment law topics.
As always, we’ll enjoy the hospitality of 700 Beta, and delicious breakfast treats from Panera.
RSVP below. Walk-in attendees are always welcome, and will incur an additional $5 fee.
Bookings are closed for this event.