San Diego, CA/October 2, 2012 – ACI Specialty Benefits Chief Administrative Officer Gilbert ‘Gil’ Manzano Jr. and Clinical Manager Rafael Cortina presented the topic “When Good Employees Go Bad” to the San Diego Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) Tuesday afternoon.
The 30-minute presentation covered a wide-variety of topics germane to dealing with troubled employees. From identifying signs and symptoms of an employee who may be struggling, understanding what may be triggering their productivity decline, and becoming knowledgeable about the variety of avenues like support groups, classes and employee assistance programs available to help these troubled employees get their personal and professional lives back in working order.
“The majority of the employees facing these challenges are hard-working, productive individuals who are vital to team success,” says ACI CAO Gil Manzano. “Understanding their situation and finding the right kind of help is not only important in showing employees you value and care about them, but will also make a direct positive impact to company bottom lines.”
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About San Diego LERA
The San Diego LERA chapter affords an opportunity for all those in greater San Diego area who are active or interested in labor-management relations, either in private or public sector, to meet periodically and to consider matters of common professional interest in a non-adversary setting. The membership includes representatives of companies and unions; government representatives; arbitrators and other neutrals; attorneys and consultants; and teachers and students in various disciplines.