Punishment in the Name of COVID
Hosts & Guests
About This Episode
COVID has been used as an excuse for a lot of things. To punish someone in the name of COVID is downright appalling – however, it IS happening. This week, Jeff Kahler describes his daughter’s experience with a manager who took his anger out on her. This is a potential HR nightmare! To identify where this situation went wrong, we invited Janna Arnold, RTO’s Human Resources Administrator, onto the show, where she’ll also explain how companies can effectively establish relevant policies that address this kind of behavior.
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