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Documentation, Discipline and Discharge (BOLI)

Category: Business Skills Department: HR/Professional Development

This workshop is sponsored by the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI).  Among the most frequently litigated workplace disputes are those which arise out of disciplinary actions and employee terminations.  This session will provide you with the knowledge and tools to properly document employee performance, use positive and negative feedback to keep employees on track, deal swiftly and fairly with problem employees and handle a termination.

Other specific topics will include:

  • Protected classes under federal and Oregon civil rights laws
  • Employment at will and exceptions
  • Personnel records and supervisor "working" files
  • Proper documentation and examples
  • Setting expectations
  • Positive discipline (coaching)
  • Conducting performance appraisals
  • Principles of discipline
  • Conducting disciplinary meetings
  • Documentation exercises
  • Conducting a termination meeting
  • Post termination issues


The seminar is targeted toward human resources personnel, business owners, manager, and front line supervisors.


Registration must be made through BOLI at:

Session Information

Registration for this session is closed.

BOLI Instructor
PeaceHealth North Building, Room 478 (677 E. 12th Ave., 12th & Hilyard)
Internet Based
Size Limit
Open Registration
Close Registration
Seminar Fee
1/2 Day Seminars: $75* per person.

*Two complimentary seats will be awarded for this course.
To request a complimentary seat, email: Be sure to include the name of the workshop and the person you are nominating in your email. You will be notified of your status by email.

Dates & Times

Date Time Length
Jun 28th, 2017 01:00 pm — 04:00 pm 3 hrs