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    Employee Discipline: Best Practices and Sample Issues

    Date: November 29, 2016, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    Jess Rogers, Assistant City Attorney for the City of Rapid City
    Location:
    Holiday Inn - Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
    505 N. 5th St
    Rapid City, SD 55701

    Price:
    $15 for BH SHRM members, $25 for non-members
    Event Type:
    Meeting
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    Join us as we welcome Jess Rogers, Assistant City for the City of Rapid City.  Her presentation, Employee Discipline: Best Practices and Sample Issues, will offer some best practice tips for each stage of the disciplinary process, from setting clear expectations, to investigations and documentation, to meeting with employees, all with an eye towards avoiding liability.  We will also go over some specific examples, such as drugs and alcohol in the workplace, social media usage, and disciplining for after-hours conduct. 

    1. Click here to register for this event. REGISTRATION closes for this event on Sunday, November 27, 2016 at 11:59pm BUT meal selection deadline is Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 11:59pm.**Please note that if you register for the meeting after the meal selection deadline, you will not be guaranteed a meal.  
    2. Click here to pay online by credit card for this event.  You may also choose to pay via credit card or by check at the door.  Cash NOT accepted

    Pending approval for SHRM-PDC and HRCI credit.

    About the presenter:

    Jess Rogers is currently an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Rapid City.  A Rapid City native, she was fortunate enough to return to Rapid City in 2014, after a two-decade tour of the East Coast.  After attending Dartmouth  College and Rutgers Law School, she briefly taught middle school in the Bronx, New York.  She then worked for the Virginia General Assembly for seven years, where she drafted legislation in the areas of health, education, and social services and staffed several legislative committees.  She then spent two years in private practice with Sands Anderson PC, of Richmond Virginia, where she focused on employment, education and municipal law.