In a perfect world, employers with the right recruiting acumen could hire honest, loyal, drug-free, hard working employees who would work without incident and would leave their personal problems at home. But in the real world employees are people, who come to work with all the attendant baggage that people carry. As a result, workplace conflicts can, and do, arise. Employers risk litigation if they don't properly investigate and resolve conflicts. This may require imposing discipline or even termination.Read More...
From: HRLaws | 01/04/2013
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