Seminar – August 22th – HR 101 for Supervisors

This comprehensive workshop will cover the basics of HR, and will provide an understanding of the most critical legal obligations, some tips on how to manage your staff for peak performance, and ways to handle some difficult situations you might encounter as a supervisor. With ever-changing legislation, and employment laws, it’s difficult to stay on top of all the laws. Learn more at this two-hour informative workshop!

Seminar – August 29th – WEBEX: Online Webinar: HR 101 for Supervisors

This comprehensive workshop will cover the basics of HR, and will provide an understanding of the most critical legal obligations, some tips on how to manage your staff for peak performance, and ways to handle some difficult situations you might encounter as a supervisor. With ever-changing legislation, and employment laws, it’s difficult to stay on top of all the laws. Learn more at this two-hour informative workshop!

Seminar – September 12th – For the Record – Developing Effective Documentation & Understanding Record-Keeping Requirements

This seminar will focus on record-keeping so that employers can determine if their personnel records would stand up to the scrutiny of an audit, wage claim or civil rights complaint. It will also help businesses determine if their records will provide the necessary information to respond to a lawsuit under state or federal employment laws.  Among the most frequently litigated workplace disputes are those that arise out of disciplinary actions and employee terminations. The workshop will provide employers with the knowledge and tools to properly document employee performance, keep employees on track, and fairly and swiftly handle a termination.

Seminar – October 10th – Avoiding Employee Misclassification Penalties

Does your organization work with true independent contractors, or are you working with individuals who are really part time, flexible employees?  The IRS and EDD do not accept ignorance as a defense or excuse in misclassification issues. This session will explore the differences between employees versus independent contractors, and exempt versus non-exempt, to help you determine what classification is right for your organization.  We will also review penalties, fines and other risk factors associated with misclassifying employees.  Finally we will discuss best practices in transitioning independent contractors to employment status.