Human Resource Seminar

Human Resource Seminar

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Training Course Syllabus:

Human Resources for Anyone with Newly Assigned HR Responsibilities

When it comes to Human Resources, you've got to know your stuff. Your organization and its employees are depending on you to provide accurate information, advice and answers on everything from government regulatory issues and benefits administration to the finer points of the employee handbook. You've also got to be current on all the latest HR legal issues, be available as a knowledgeable resource for employees, be able to mediate internal conflicts and disputes and be prepared to hire and fire personnel as necessary.

This information-packed HR training will deliver the most information in the least amount of time. From legislation affecting OSHA, COBRA, FLSA, ADA, FMLA and HIPAA to the best practices in benefits, recordkeeping, hiring, firing and discrimination. This course is a comprehensive primer on all the issues you'll face as you meet the daily new challenges of the HR professional.


In just one workshop with our HR training experts, you'll cover:

An HR legal primer on FLSA, EEO, FMLA, ADA and more
Benefits basics including workers’ comp, FMLA, COBRA and exempt vs. non-exempt
Record keeping 101: What to save (and for how long), what to toss and what to shred
Best ways to establish and maintain employee confidentiality
The essentials of employee coaching, counseling and discipline
Critical, need-to-know legal information about hiring and firing
And much more!

This program is remarkably comprehensive, packed with all the essential HR training information you'll need to step into your new position with confidence. In this class, you will learn how to ensure that your company is a safe and secure haven for employees … discover how to stay in compliance with all the latest legislative decisions handed down by the government … and find out how to protect your organization and employees from lawsuits and legal action.


Human Resources — Seminar Overview:

Laws and Practices that Comply
Safe Hiring and Firing Practices
Benefits Administration
Recordkeeping and Records Retentions


Laws and Practices that Comply: How to Stay on Top of Federal Rules and Regulations

The laws every HR professional should know regarding FLSA, EEO, OSHA, FMLA, ADA and HIPAA
Smart practices that will keep your organization out of legal trouble and minimize liability
Are your current practices legally sound? How to troubleshoot potential legal hot spots and avoid the courtroom
The employee manual: Rules for must-have content (and guidelines on what to leave out!)
Tips for educating employees on written — and unwritten — company policies
The training every employee must receive to ensure safe and legal procedures within your organization

Safe Hiring and Firing Practices: Critical Legal Issues for All HR Professionals

Legal Hiring Practices — what you may and may not ask in an interview (and why)
Interview questions and techniques that will yield the best hires
Before you make the offer: A checklist of steps every HR professional must take before hiring
References, background checks and drug tests — the legally safe way to get the information you need
Strategies for coaching, counseling and disciplining employees
How to conduct a performance review that is effective, motivating and legally sound
Guidelines for legal termination of an employee
Legally correct documentation — and how long to keep information in the employee file

Benefits Administration: Policies and Procedures to Help You Help Your Employees

Benefits essentials such as workers' compensation, FMLA and COBRA
Types of benefits and how to educate employees on their eligibility
Training methods to familiarize your employees with available benefits so they'll understand and participate
Exempt, non-exempt, part-time, contractor, temporary — the key differences among these employee classifications
Types of signage you must display in your business, and why
Steps to take when benefits change … for the better or the worse
Ways to get employees to see the HR department as a positive resource

Recordkeeping and Records Retention: How to Create an Efficient, Effective, and Legally Compliant Program

A list of employee records you must have access to at all times
Records the government requires — and how to prepare for an audit
Employee files: What goes in, what stays out, and who has access
The life cycle of various records: How do you determine whether a document should be archived, placed in "easy access" or destroyed?
Confidentiality and the HR function — best practices of human resources professionals
Storage methods for keeping confidential records safe and secure

Seminar Time:

Seminar Check-In 8:30 AM Seminar Class Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

CREDITS:

This event is eligible for the following continuing education credits:

CEU: 0.6 credits
CPE: 6 credits
HRCI: 5.5 credits

What our Customers are Saying...

"I am in the beginning of my HR career and this was really useful and beneficial to my learning."
~ Amanda M., HR Asst. | The Center for Health Affairs


"This seminar highly went over my expectations. Very informative and I look forward to more training. Shull was a great instructor, very active and on top of things. I have a clear view and outlook on things. Would recommend it to anyone. Great material, outstanding leader who is helpful and knowledge. Awesome seminar."
~ Jean H., Payroll Admin/HR | Paystaffing


"Learned much more about legal practices than I expected. Was a real 'eye opener.' Our association will benefit greatly from what I have learned today. Very, very informative."
~ Michelle C., HR Manager | Taylor Management Company

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Event Details

Date: March 9, 2018

Location:
Best Western Richmond Suites Hotel
2600 Moeling St.
Lake Charles, Louisiana

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