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'Employment Law from Hiring to Firing' Aug. 13

July 16, 2009

The third of three informational meetings hosted by CSU's Office of General Counsel familiarizes managers, supervisors, and other leaders with how to set up and conduct the employee relationship.

General Counsel offers training for CSU managers and supervisors 

"Employment Law from Hiring to Firing"
Thursday, Aug. 13, 2-3 p.m.
Lory Student Center, Room 214-216 


The Office of the General Counsel is hosting three informational meetings for CSU managers, supervisors, and other leaders.

Practical, relevant information will be shared and you’ll have the chance to become acquainted with the staff from the Office of The General Counsel and their specific areas of expertise.

In the Thursday, Aug. 13 session, “Employment Law from Hiring to Firing,” General Counsel’s attorneys will give you guidance in how to set up and conduct the employee relationship.

Topics include:

  • What the term “at-will” means
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Documentation of performance issues
  • Disability issues in the workplace
  • Hiring
  • The termination process

RSVPs appreciated

RSVPs are appreciated; please contact Erika Borges at eborges@colostate.edu or at (970) 491-6270.


Contact: Erika Borges
E-mail: eborges@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6270