Human Resources

Human Resources Topics Webinar Series  

These quick 1-hour lunch sessions will help you brush up on HR topics and be more effective in your workplace. Create an Account and Register Today! $40

Session Topics

 

Thursday 7/9  noon – 1 p.m.   HR2033  Encouraging and Maintaining Remote Employee Engagement – COVID 19 sent over 68% of employees home for at least two months and many of them are still there working day in and day out either permanently or until there is an antidote for the virus. So in the meantime, what is a manager to do when it comes to keeping those employees motivated, productive, and engaged in the workplace? We will discuss many options that can be incorporated into your workplace that have been successful in others.

Thursday 7/16  non – 1 p.m.   HR2031 Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (IDHR Compliant for All Employees) – The EEOC has strongly encouraged sexual harassment prevention training for all employers for decades. However, in most recent years many states had now made it a requirement of all employees. This training will cover the required training and provide a sign off sheet at the end that the employee can sign and submit to the employer for maintenance as proof of attendance in case the employer is audited by the state human rights agency.

Thursday 7/23  non – 1 p.m.   HR2034 Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (IDHR Compliant for All Employees) – The EEOC has strongly encouraged sexual harassment prevention training for all employers for decades. However, in most recent years many states had now made it a requirement of all employees. This training will cover the required training and provide a sign off sheet at the end that the employee can sign and submit to the employer for maintenance as proof of attendance in case the employer is audited by the state human rights agency.

Thursday 7/30 noon – 1 p.m.   HR2035 Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (IDHR Compliant for All Employees) – The EEOC has strongly encouraged sexual harassment prevention training for all employers for decades. However, in most recent years many states had now made it a requirement of all employees. This training will cover the required training and provide a sign off sheet at the end that the employee can sign and submit to the employer for maintenance as proof of attendance in case the employer is audited by the state human rights agency.

Thursday 8/6 noon – 1 p.m. HR2032  FMLA Do’s & Don’t to include Pre & Post – COVID 19   The Family Medical Leave Act has never been a walk in the park to understand all provisions and amendments but now it’s even more confusing. In this session we will cover the differences between what you knew about FMLA before COVID and what you should know after COVID (at least through December unless extended) and how it all works!