Training Offerings - Human Resources
Business Legality - Legal issues are always a concern in any company. Managers are often the first line of defense when it comes to these matters so it is important to understand the law and how it applies to the situations in our workplace. Interviews and performance review are also covered in this workshop.
Business Ethics - Business ethics is often portrayed as a matter of resolving conflicts of absolute right and wrong choices when these dilemmas are more real-to-life and highly complex with no clear guidelines, whether in law or even in religion. Managers will learn strategies for communicating and deploying ethical standards forcorporate social responsibility (environment), accounting (transparency), human resources management (discrimination) and sales and marketing (integrity). Topics will include establishing an open door policy, being a good role model and encouraging discussions.
Sexual Harassment Prevention - Discussion will center on laws that govern the prohibition of sexual harassment; definition of sexual harassment and a description of the workplace; manager and supervisor responsibility and liability. Legislative updates and the latest court rulings will also be discussed. Be prepared and you will likely deal with it successfully for all parties involved.
Progressive Discipline - Both the employee and the supervisor share responsibility for solving any performance problem. It is not enough for an organization to merely document disciplinary action. Employers are obligated to deal in good faith to take corrective measures based on “just cause”. Managers have to be able to demonstrate “due process” efforts at rehabilitating their employees by providing opportunity to improve before taking adverse employment action.
Successful Hiring - Understand the skills needed to accurately describe a job position’s needs, responsibilities and requirements to meet both employee and employer expectations. A multi-faceted approach to candidate screening will help streamline the process, ensure a much better match and increase employee retention and productivity. Learn questions that focus on measurable outcomes to provide insight into pertinent accomplishments.
Diversity in the Workplace - Diversity is the sum total of the resources (values, beliefs, attitudes, customs, skills, knowledge, etc.) that can be found in a multicultural group. How these differences are experienced by each of us influences our environment. The future of organizations and communities alike depends on our ability to embrace and to exploit diversity in productive and creative ways. In today’s multicultural workplace understanding and capitalizing on the advantages of a diverse workforce is a business imperative.
How to Avoid Wrongful Terminations - The four-point process will be discussed: reviewing operations, listening to your employees, investigating concern and accepting suggestions, recording information. Take steps to avoid wrongful termination by properly utilizing constructive criticism, progressive discipline and employee evaluations.
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