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Simple Steps to Eliminate Employee Risk
November 8, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
“Everyone talks about developing a relationship with your customers. I think you build one with your employees first.” ~Angela Ahrendts, American businesswoman
As entrepreneurs, we rely on our employees. They can make us or, it seems, break us. As team players, it’s hard to imagine our employees turning against us, so we often fail to take simple steps to minimize or completely eliminate this unfortunately very real risk.
· How do you stop employees from stealing your clients and customers?
· Can you prevent employees from hurting your company’s reputation online?
· What can you do now to protect yourself from employee lawsuits?
These questions and more will be answered in this webinar featuring seven cost-effective business must-haves to eliminate unnecessary employment risks.
Presented by: Lisa A. Coppola,
Esq. of NAWBO Buffalo Niagara, New York
Founder & Owner, The Coppola Firm, TEG Harlem LLC, and TEG Kensington LLC
Owner, The English Gardener, Ltd.
Lisa Coppola is an attorney who understands the challenges her clients face, whether they’re starting a new business, taking their existing operations in a new direction, or facing a claim or threat. That’s because she’s not just an attorney; she’s an entrepreneur herself who’s owned seven companies and lived through the challenges and opportunities that they’ve faced.
Her almost-30 years practicing law gives her deep experience in business and employment law, as she’s counseled clients and successfully argued employment cases for them. She brings her common-sense approach to this webinar, providing guidance and best practices for employers across the U.S. She’s received numerous awards and serves as a member of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Alliance Advisory Board, WNY STEM Hub Inc. board, and MedLaw Partnership of WNY advisory board. She also serves on NAWBO’s Presidents Assembly Steering Committee. She’s a single mom by choice and adores her two teenaged daughters.