Seminar – March 14th – Untangling the Tangled Weaves of Leaves of Absences
Employees have several different reasons for why a leave of absence is necessary. Ranging from jury duty to the Family Medical Leave Act, every leave of absence requires certain steps to be taken in order to properly comply with laws. This seminar will inform individuals on how to properly handle benefits, pay, and other factors that play a role with leaves of absences.
Seminar – June 13th – Ten Things Employers Do to Get Sued
Don’t wait until it is too late before you learn about ways to avoid being a victim of a common workplace lawsuit. We will discuss the most common types of employment lawsuits as well as policies and steps that have helped others stay out of court. Learn about when an action or lack of action by a supervisor can lead to litigation. Through these strategies and suggestions, you will be able to stay out of court and stay focused on what matters most your companys’ success.
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 – 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.