HR's Guide to Detecting Lies and Deception Live Online Webinar
On Demand Webinar Credits HR Certification Institute, ASA, SHRM
October 08 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm EST
Learn tips and tactics that can help determine whether someone is lying or telling the truth in the employment context and beyond.
- You will be able to define deception.
- You will be able to recognize the basic signs of deception, including simple clues that may indicate that someone is being untruthful.
- You will be able to review the different methods of detecting deception.
- You will be able to discuss practical skills for detecting deceit when gathering information during employee interviews or in other fact gathering settings.
- Personality Tests
- Truth Serums
Who should attend?
In Partnership With Lorman Business Center, LLC
- Shareholder at Littler Mendelson P.C.
- Represents employers in litigation of labor and employment-related disputes in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, as well as in the arbitral forum
- Experienced in both single plaintiff matters and class actions, her practice includes defending claims of employment discrimination, unlawful harassment, retaliation/whistle-blowing, wrongful discharge/violation of public policy, breach of contract, interference with prospective economic/business advantage, unfair business practices, wage and hour violations, fraud, defamation, and privacy violations
- Also has extensive experience obtaining workplace violence injunctions on behalf of employers and affected employees
- Aside from litigation, she assists employers of all sizes with customizing and implementing state-of-the-art employment policies and procedures
- Also offers compliance counseling and advises employers on a variety of employment and labor-related issues, ranging from employee onboarding, performance management/discipline, accommodation, contract negotiations and plant closures; she also offers training seminars on a variety of topics
- J.D. degree, Marquette University; B.A. degree, Marquette University
Robert W. Conti
- Shareholder at Littler Mendelson P.C.
- Represents both private and public sector employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including the litigation of bench and jury trials in both federal and California state courts and before various administrative agencies, such as the National Labor Relations Board, the California Division of Labor Standards and Enforcement and the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Has specific knowledge of claims arising under Title VII, The Americans with Disabilities Act, The Fair Employment and Housing Act, The California Workers' Compensation Act, and The California and Federal Family Leave Acts
- In his traditional labor law practice, Robert assists clients with collective bargaining negotiations, representation campaigns and hearings, and alternative dispute resolution; he also has handled airline pilot arbitrations
- On a daily basis, he also provides advice to clients on wage and hour issues, reasonable accommodation concerns, and the documentation, discipline, and discharge of employees
- In addition to his labor and employment practice, he also defends businesses in public access cases, including physical barrier and website accessibility, brought under Title III of the ADA and the California Unruh Act
- J.D. degree, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; B.S. degree, University of Southern California
Matthew W. Kurlinski
- Associate with Littler Mendelson P.C.
- Represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment matters
- Regular speaker at national and local conferences and presents on a wide range of employment-related issues including workplace investigations, advanced elicitation and interviewing skills, and tactics for assessing employee truthfulness
- Prior to joining Littler, he spent almost ten years with the U.S. federal government working predominantly overseas in a variety of roles related to national security and transnational issues
- Counsels clients on a broad range of employment law matters arising under state and federal law, including workplace investigations, employment terminations and disciplinary actions, discrimination and harassment complaints, unfair competition, and trade secret protection
- Regularly appears before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division, and state and federal courts to defend management in employment litigation and administrative charges
- J.D. degree, Case Western Reserve University School of Law; B.A. degree, Miami University