Managing and the Law Seminar: Navigating the Life Cycle of Employment
Did you know . . .?
- More than one-quarter of all civil lawsuits filed today are employment related
- Employers lose approximately 60% of all such lawsuits
- Employees sue not only their employers . . . they sue directors, executives, HR professionals, key
personnel, managers, and supervisors who can be held personally liable for legal costs and court awards
- Fortune 500 corporations spend approximately $5 million to defend each sexual harassment lawsuit
- Court awards to sexual harassment plaintiffs average $500,000.00
- The typical employer, regardless of size or economic strength, spends more than $100,000.00 to defend each sexual harassment lawsuit
Managing and the Law is a one-day HR training seminar designed and presented by HRComplianceTraining.Net (HRCT) to help department heads, key personnel, managers, supervisors, and HR professionals comply with state and federal employment laws to improve employee morale, eliminate organizational and personal legal liabilities, and increase productivity and profitability.
Effective employment law training equips the organization and its leaders with the required skills to attract and retain the best talent and facilitate a work environment where everyone works at an optimal performance level.
Managing is the process of getting work done through other people. Workplace leaders are given the task of navigating that process, but often they do not have full awareness of the legal environment. They must be trained to be aware of the legal potholes that exist in all aspects of the employment relationship.
This seminar escorts workplace leaders, in an interactive, fun and legally compliant journey through the entire employment life cycle. We review the issues that workplace leaders encounter and highlight those that impose the greatest exposure to potential legal liability for the organization and themselves.
Harassment prevention training has created headlines in recent years regarding employment law and legal exposure, but other employment law areas present as great or even greater potential legal liability. This seminar addresses harassment prevention training which meets your AB1825 training requirement for California employers.
It also addresses interviewing for hiring and promotion. The seminar thoroughly explores performance management providing participants with practical skills on managing others and how to record an employee's performance in a legally defensible manner.
This program allows the manager to understand the foundation of managing legally, the employment interviewing life cycle, how to provide a harassment free workplace, performance management and performance documentation. We provide workplace leaders a complete 360 degree circle of employment liability protection. We understand how to create affirmative defenses to potential legal claims.
The current price of this one-day training seminar is $450 per attendee or only $270 per attendee for any group of 5 from the same organization.
Each participant will receive an interactive workbook and resource guide that continues the learning after the seminar is completed. Each attendee will receive 8 hours of CPE credit.
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Upcoming Managing and the Law Seminars
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Benefits of Attending
The primary goal of this course is to insure that Workplace Leaders have the ability to SPOT relevant legal issues impacting their ability to achieve the goals of the organization, and once spotted to bring these issues to the attention of their strategic business partners within their organization. Workplace Leaders who spot the legal issues and reports these issues to their experts diminishes the potential risk of legal liability which results in a work environment more conducive to success.
-What laws most impact our relationship with employees
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-Who is covered by these laws
-Understanding how these employment laws are related
-How these employment laws impact the interviewing for the hiring, promotion and assignment process
-How to hire, promote and assign the best qualified
-Understanding Harassment Prevention Laws and Your Organization's Harassment Policy
-Understanding the Types of Harassment
-How to judge appropriate and inappropriate conduct and behavior
-How to manage non performance by employees
-How to spot the legal issues when employees are not performing
-What to include in employee performance documentation
-What not to include in employee performance documentation
-Attendees will identify and understand relevant employment laws
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-Attendees will Interview and Hire in a legally defensible manner
-Attendees will provide an Harassment Free Workplace and report all potential violations
-Attendees will conduct employee performance conversations appropriately
-Attendees will document employee performance appropriately
Key Issues on the Agenda
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Section 1 - Introduction and Background
Section 2 - Foundation of Employment Law
Section 3 - Employment Law and the Interviewing Process
Section 4 - Employment Law and the Harassment Free Workplace
Section 5 - Employment Law and Performance Management
Section 6 - Employment Law and Performance Documentation
Section 7 - Going Forward
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SOX, COSO, PCAOB, COBIT, GRC, risk management, IFRS and IIA Standards.
Corporate Compliance Seminars allows an attendee to earn Official NASBA CPE credit while examining the details of employment law,
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Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Internal Control Frameworks, ISACA's Control Objectives over Information
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Risk & Compliance (GRC) methodology, PCAOB's Auditing Standard 5 (AS5), and the future conversion from GAAP to
the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
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