What is the most expensive mistake regularly made by front-line managers and supervisors? Well, it depends. At least that’s the answer you’ll get when you ask a panel of lawyers. Ask 4 lawyers, get 4 different answers, each right in different ways. Here’s the short version:
(1) Failure to engage in the interactive process required by the ADA;
(2) Failure to maintain the public-access file for H1B determinations;
(3) Failure to limit who knows of a complaint of discrimination; and (4) Failure to document.
For the full version, check out the BLR article, HR’s Worst–and Potentially Mosts Expensive–Mistakes.