IBAW: How to handle bad egg employees

Milwaukee, Wis. – March 4, 2022 – The Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) hosts “How to Handle Bad Egg Employees, Action When the Shell is Cracked.” The program will be held on March 18, 2022, 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. at the Wisconsin Club, 900 W Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. A plated breakfast will be served.

In this program, Bob Simandl, an employment lawyer with von Briesen & Roper, s.c., will address the legal and practical considerations faced by employers in making hiring decisions and in dealing with conduct and performance issues – deciding when to “scramble” for success in the workforce rather than keep the “bad egg” employee – and the actions necessary to minimize potential liability.

Steve Kohlmann said, “Employers today are facing staffing shortages and the needs of the business are pushing employers to accept “less than the best eggs” for employment. The “hope and prayer” in hiring approach adopted by some employers is resulting in challenges in addressing employee conduct and performance issues.”

“But what is the cost of keeping the “bad egg” employee? And what is the risk of letting them go?” continued Kohlmann.

IBAW members will meet for an in-person meeting at the Wisconsin Club. Note that advance registration is required. Seating will be limited at this event. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated.

Since 1973, the Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) was formed for small business owners to engage in conversation relating to legislation impacting the bottom-line costs of businesses throughout Wisconsin. IBAW is a venue for high-level CEOs, CFOs, COOs, other upper management, and entrepreneurs to network, exchange business ideas, and become educated and involved on issues that impact their business. IBAW is time well spent!

For additional information, contact Steve Kohlmann, IBAW executive director, via email at [email protected] To register, go to www.IBAW.com