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Dr. Joni E. Johnston

Founder & CEO, Work Relationships

Dr. Joni Johnston is a licensed clinical/forensic psychologist, private investigator, and CEO of WorkRelationships, an employee relations consulting firm. Since 1991, she has conducted hundreds of workshops and trained thousands of managers and HR professionals on how to deal with employee conduct issues - from dress code violations to offensive behavior investigations to workplace violence.


Recorded Webinars

Legal and Effective Hiring and Interviewing

Making poor hiring decisions (and keeping bad hires) based on deficient interviewing skills costs companies millions of dollars every year.

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  • Price: ¤195.00
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Managing Employee Behavior Problems

Every manager encounters employees who cross the line into unacceptable behavior. Maybe they tell off-color jokes. Spread gossip. Act like slobs. Practice poor personal hygiene. Ridicule core organizational values. Or violate company rules and policies.

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  • Price: ¤195.00
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The Law and Psychology of Mental Health Issues at Work: Substance Abuse, Depression and the Bermuda Triangle of the ADA, the FMLA and Worker's Comp

This workshop helps HR professionals understand how to navigate the difficult and often murky challenge of dealing with "invisible disabilities." To make matters more confusion, the recent amendments to the A.D.A. have a significant impact on the rights of mentally employees as well as the responsibilities of employers.

  • Dr. Joni E. Johnston
  • Recorded
  • Price: ¤195.00
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Effective Discipline and Lawsuit-Proof Termination: How to Remedy Performance and Conduct Problems While Minimizing Your Legal Risks

Disciplining and terminating workers who are underperforming or breaking the rules is stressful for even the most skilled manager. Even worse, there are so many ways to get it wrong; failing to document all incidents regarding a discharge, firing an employee who has health or personal problems, or waiting until the employee's performance has deteriorated past the point of no return to address it.

  • Dr. Joni E. Johnston
  • Recorded
  • Price: ¤195.00
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