Management’s Rights 8-hours
Instructor: D.J. Van Meter, Ph.D
Description: This course teaches that the employment relationship is an enforceable contract wherein management has inherent and enforceable rights. These rights include requiring employees to: attend work on a regular basis, give a fair day’s work, be subordinate to lawful directives, and perform to standards, get along with others and to be loyal to their employer’s lawful business needs. The problem is that the traditional people-oriented style of management has been seriously weakened by over 40 years of employee labor and employee rights laws. A performance-oriented model of management based on principles found in contract law, economics and Performance Theory is a more powerful, practical, simpler and enforceable alternative.
Attendees will receive a certificate of training, a class manual and hard copies of model forms and policies to use as resources for implementing this program into their agencies.
“THIS CLASS WAS ONE OF THE BEST I HAVE BEEN TO. THE CONTENT WAS ORIGINAL AND HAD A LOT OF SUBSTANCE TO IT” -MO