Professor Ilya Enkishev, Strayer University
LEG500, Assignment 1
April 16, 2012
Assignment 1, Scenario 1: The employee seems to be unable to learn the computer applications that are basic to her job responsibilities, but, consistently “tells” her boss that she is “a good worker and a genius” and that he does not “appreciate her”. Even after a few months of training and support, she is unable to use the computer tools to be productive and efficient in completing the required tasks.
Describe what steps you would take to address the following scenario involving skills, competence, and abilities: As a manager and supervisor, it is my responsibility to see that …show more content…
What are the legal implications for the employer vs. the employee in this particular instance? Unless additional facts present themselves in this scenario, the legal implications are minimal for the employer and employee. If Jennifer was fired and took the firm to court, she would argue that she was unappreciated and that her termination was a wrongful discharge. However, Findlaw affirms that “laws limit the circumstance where an employee can hold their employer responsible in