This training program will discuss key employment policies that should be incorporated in every employee handbook. The webinar will further discuss policy statements that add value to the employer-employee relationship and will list key issues that will require inclusion in the future.
Interpersonal Communications Skills for Leaders can encompass may hours of formal classroom training. As such, this webinar will cover only several topics due to time constraints. This webinar is meant to introduce how interpersonal communication is the hallmark of a leader and how we may draw upon precise communication to further our agenda. When viewing interpersonal communication through the lens of leadership two wonderful things happen: one, the personals communication style is enhanced since they now have a new modality (that of leadership) to communicate through, and two, their leadership skills are enhanced since they have put new tools into their leadership toolbox.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to wreak havoc on markets and industries in the U.S. and around the world, businesses are now confronting significant and unique challenges. Successful navigation of these challenges will require thoughtful and comprehensive planning.
Drug use and abuse has been an ongoing topic for discussion by employers for decades. In fact, pre-employment drug testing is conducted by more than 80% of US employers. In the past few years, however, changes in the social and legal environment, particularly at the state level, have brought new attention to the concerns over drug use. In addition, the misuse or prescription drugs, in particular opioids, have raised new concerns for employers over safety and security. What do employers need to know about the current environment and what can they do to protect their employees and the firm form problems related to drug use and abuse.
In this webinar, you will learn how to identify and ways to manage difficult people. You will learn the personality traits of difficult people. You will like this presentation because by the end of the presentation you learn the difference between someone who is difficult verses someone who has a different style and is not difficult.
This webinar training will explain the role of HR professionals and managers in implementing discrimination-free dress code to ensure all job candidates and employees are treated fairly and equitably. Dress codes are receiving a fair amount of attention in the courts these days with number of precedent setting lawsuits dealing with dress codes’ requirements. The instructor will explain how your current dress code can discriminate against potential and current employees based on their gender, religion, and race, to name a few and lead to lawsuits.
People in many organizations have been working from home for years. However, with the current Coronovirus COVID-19 pandemic, many more workers are being asked to work from home. For those folks and those who supervise them, who are new to this mode of work, understanding how to accomplish goals in this new environment requires a quick learning curve. Working from home can be as productive or maybe more productive than traditionally going into the office. Learn the basics and some advanced approaches to get the job done in the most efficient and effective way.
Until recently, our worries as HR professionals were likely centered on initiatives around organizational transformations, automation and AI, and workforce skills gaps. And suddenly, in only a few days, many of our businesses have been upended, we’re implementing new work processes and employees are worried about their jobs and the very survival of the organization. The coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a growing impact on the global economy. What to human resource leaders need to do now and what preparation can be make for the future requires a perspective on the evolving situation and implications for their companies. The outbreak is moving quickly, and some of the perspectives in this webinar may fall rapidly out of date.
This training program will discuss a new employee’s role in his/her orientation and difference between orientation to the organization and orientation to the department. The program will also explain gap analysis, force field analysis, and SWOT analysis in assessing your organization’s onboarding requirements.
DOL has implemented the Overtime Regulations effective January 1, 2020. Attend this webinar to learn how the new rules impact employers. It will also identify resources and tools that can be used to reduce risk and focus on growing businesses.
This training program will provide an update of key federal and state unemployment issues. Participants will gain an understanding of the critical issues affecting their individual UI accounts and develop methods to control UI costs and manage other related liabilities.
This training program will examine LGBT perceptions and stereotypes and help understand the business case for LGBT inclusion in the workforce. It will also establish gender transition guidelines and list organization best practices to minimize discrimination.
In this webinar you will learn the definition of Leadership Presence. You will learn the seven success skills needed to improve Leadership Presence. If your promotion and career movement have been “stuck” and you are not sure how to improve your chances, you need to attend this webinar.
Unconscious bias has been recognized as a form of discrimination and can therefore lead to lawsuits. This training program addresses the science of unconscious bias and lists the examples and types. The Instructor will discuss the implicit association test (IAT) and steps to minimize individual and organizational unconscious bias in hiring, promotions, and retention.
This webinar is designed to train managers and HR professionals in how to conduct a thorough and impartial workplace investigation. You will learn how to conduct an investigation keeping it neutral, comprehensive and fair.
Based on Marc Miller’s popular book HeroicHR – this topic explores the needed and important role of the HR function within any size organization.
With the emergence of AI, and the now majority of the US workforce being Millennials, the need for HR to take a visible leadership role in implementing OnBoarding and Employee Engagement and Talent Management initiatives is critical for the functions’ remaining to be relevant. The use of HR Technology is a critical component of that relevance.
In this webinar, learn how to deliver documentation that is factual, and accurate. You will learn how to avert problematic employment situations and turnover, unveil problematic managers and lessen employment claims through proper documentation.
The Coronavirus known as (COVID 19) has totally disrupted the workplace, where anxiety and the way business is done has changed forever. For many organizations having a plan is the BEST course of action, and with the changing national condition, employers are feeling the growing concerns. As this pandemic continues to unfold each day, there are steps employers can take to manage and minimize chaos in the work environment so employees can continue to be productive and safe at work. This session provides attendees with current helpful tips to address the rapid changing circumstances and concerns in managing the Coronavirus (COVID 19) threat in the workplace.
This webinar is designed to assist the participants in the rapid assimilation of new ideas that can become part of their managerial and leadership repertoire. The notion of "Personal Kaizen" will be introduced in terms of developing, embracing and incorporating new ideas that will bring about changes in behavior. New Idea assimilation will be introduced in terms of a concept called "The Slight Edge".