By Kirby Lee Davis
April 27, 2012
TULSA – Employers should consider safeguards to protect themselves from a rising number of retaliation claims, a Crowe & Dunlevy attorney said.
“At least three to five times a week, there is a case listed in which some company has got hit with a big verdict because of a retaliation claim,” Randall J. Snapp told participants Friday at the 2012 Oklahoma Human Resources State Conference and Expo.
That issue topped a list of traps businesses face, all drawn from Snapp’s two decades of handling employment law cases. Other key concerns involve employee evaluations and documentation.
Posted on Fri, April 27, 2012
by Crowe & Dunlevy