When Employees Get in Trouble Off the Clock

Trouble Off the Clock

What can you do when an employee—especially one in a leadership position—gets in trouble off the clock? Domestic abuse, a DUI—or any kind of criminal misconduct that could impact this person’s ability to do their job and reflect poorly on your business? In such a situation, proceed with caution! Different states have different laws governing what actions you are allowed to take toward employees, and federal laws offer many other protections to employees. Get some tips for defining the behavior and identifying situations where you can take action—and when you should get outside advice—from our team!

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