EPISODE #3 Terminations, 2018 Legislative Overview – 2017 Holiday Survival Guide

WELCOME TO OUR HOLIDAY SURVIVAL GUIDE EPISODE!

Thank you for joining us! Today’s episode includes a primer on effective terminations including specific questions to ask before initiating a termination event and provides a brief legislative overview of some of the more noteworthy legislation taking effect January 1, 2018. This episode also kicks off our 2017 Holiday Survival Guide! – The first of our annual four part series on how to survive and thrive during the holiday business social season. Today we offer tips on how to create a positive image of yourself and your company by focusing on the art of the RSVP!


The 2017 Holiday Survival Guide

Over the next four weeks we’ll be publishing a series of podcasts providing business social etiquette tips and insights into a variety of critical social skills necessary if you want to navigate this year’s holiday business social scene with style and confidence. Our line-up includes:

  • Creating a positive image of yourself and your company
  • Being a good host and a good guest
  • Engaging in small talk and socializing
  • Politely disengaging from any social conversation

RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Questions To Ask Before Initiating A Termination.

List of Noteworthy Legislation Taking Effect 1/1/2018

2017 Holiday Survival Guide – RSVPs


Hosted by
Teresa

Teresa McQueen, Esq.
Founder, Host and Executive Producer
Teresa is a skilled trial attorney (a recovering litigator!), Corporate Counsel for Western Growers Family of Companies, a published author and frequent speaker on a wide range of topics including harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace. She is a Certified Business Etiquette Trainer and hosts the Workplace Perspective podcast to help organizations of all sizes develop and maintain successful employer/employee relationships.*

*The views expressed by Teresa McQueen are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Western Growers Family of Companies, its officers, directors, board members, employees, or members.

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