Employee and Labor Relations

A successful business relies on employee engagement data and analyzes effectiveness of processes from hiring to firing. These sessions share proven tactics to implement the employee lifecycle, promote diversity and inclusion initiatives, and build camaraderie and address conflicts head-on, enabling you to develop trust and increase employee satisfaction.

Employee and Labor Relations

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  1. What to Do if Your Employees Want a Union
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    What to Do if Your Employees Want a Union
    Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period. Thursday, October 13, 2022; 3:30 PM Eastern

    Human resources expert Teri Morning will show you how to avoid, spot, and respond to union organizing activity. You will learn the requirements of the NLRA and how they apply to your organization, union or non-union.

    Topics Covered:

    • How does the National Labor Relations Act apply to your organization?
    • How can you assess risk for your organization?
    • What are the signs of organizing? How are unions organized?
    • What are the three main reasons employees form unions?
    • What are 12 ways to avoid a union in your workplace?
    • What is Protected Concerted Activity?
    • How will the new rule for determining joint-employer status affect you?
    • How should you respond to union organizing activity?
    • How can communication, culture, and management training help?
    • Why are NLRB decisions important for all employers?
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    What to Do if Your Employees Want a Union
    Thursday, October 13, 2022; 3:30 PM Eastern
    Teri Morning
    From $189.00
  2. How to Get More Business With Community Partnerships
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    How to Get More Business With Community Partnerships
    Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period. Tuesday, November 15, 2022; 12:30 PM Eastern

    Community leader Linda Lysakowski will show you how to become a recognized expert in your field. You will learn how to use your involvement with community organizations to make your business more successful.

    What You'll Learn

    • What does community involvement mean to you, employees, and customers?
    • Why types of organizations should you join?
    • What advantages do small business owners and corporations have?
    • How can you get involved?
    • How can service clubs help you? How can you help them?
    • What are the benefits of your involvement with nonprofits?
    • What will these organizations expect from you?
    • Will your investment of time, money, and resources pay off?
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    How to Get More Business With Community Partnerships
    Tuesday, November 15, 2022; 12:30 PM Eastern
    Linda Lysakowski
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  3. How to Create an Effective (and Legal) Performance Improvement Plan
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    How to Create an Effective (and Legal) Performance Improvement Plan

    Employment law expert Jon Hyman will guide you through the ins and outs of Performance Improvement Plans. You will learn how to put an employee on a plan without violating the law.

    What You'll Learn

    • What is a Performance Improvement Plan?
    • When should you consider using a Performance Improvement Plan?
    • Can you improve performance, or is this only a step toward termination?
    • What should a Performance Improvement Plan include and not include?
    • How should a Performance Improvement Plan be communicated?
    • What laws could you violate by drafting the plan incorrectly?
  4. Supreme Court’s Arbitration Decision: What Employers Must Know
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    Supreme Court’s Arbitration Decision: What Employers Must Know

    Employment law expert Dr. Jim Castagnera will distill the important points from the Supreme Court’s meaningful ruling in Viking River Cruises v. Moriana. You will learn how to optimize your arbitration agreements and legal strategy to protect your organization.

    What You'll Learn

    • What is the Federal Arbitration Act? Why is it relevant?
    • What terms does this case indicate are essential in arbitration agreements?
    • What is class arbitration? What are its pros and cons?
    • How should you adapt to this decision in your organization?
  5. Roe v. Wade: How to Write Your Company's Statement Position and Policy
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    Roe v. Wade: How to Write Your Company's Statement Position and Policy

    Human resources expert Jenni Stone will share the secrets to communicating your organization’s position on reproductive rights. You will learn how to reach a consensus about what to say and see how to express it diplomatically.

    What You'll Learn

    • Should your organization take and express a strong position?
    • How can you keep work conversations respectful in challenging political times?
    • What should your reproductive rights policy and statement include?
  6. HR’s Role After Roe V. Wade: ERISA, NLRA, And More
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    HR’s Role After Roe V. Wade: ERISA, NLRA, And More

    Human resources expert Teri Morning will help you address abortion rights changes in your workplace. You will learn how to provide accurate information, update policies, and facilitate difficult conversations.

    Topics Covered:

    • Does the NLRA apply to your organization? How?
    • How is the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) relevant?
    • What aiding and abetting issues should employers consider?
    • How should you update your policies?
    • What benefits questions should you expect? How can you answer them?
    • Are abortions considered confidential medical information?
    • What role do employee assistance plans (EAPs) play?
  7. BREAKING: How The End of Roe V. Wade Affects HR
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    BREAKING: How The End of Roe V. Wade Affects HR

    Human resources expert Wendy Sellers will cover how the Supreme Court decision will affect your organization and explain how you should respond. You will learn what policy changes and statements are legal and appropriate.

    What You'll Learn

    • Does Title VII protect women from being fired for having an abortion?
    • Does the Supreme Court ruling affect the Pregnancy Discrimination Act?
    • What role does discrimination play regarding abortion decisions?
    • How can Employee Assistance Programs help employees?
    • May you discipline employees for verbal or online comments about abortion?
    • How can you keep workplace conversations about the decision respectful?
    • Can you fire an employee who gets into an argument over abortion opinions?
  8. NLRA Updates: What HR Must Know
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    NLRA Updates: What HR Must Know

    Human resources expert Teri Morning will explain the National Labor Relations Act’s details and interpret how they apply to your organization. You will learn what immediate steps you must take to comply.

    Topics Covered:

    • How does the National Labor Relations Act apply to your organization?
    • What is protected concerted activity?
    • How do recent decisions of the NLRB affect non-union employers?
    • How do these laws relate to COVID-19? How should you adapt?
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    NLRA Updates: What HR Must Know
    Teri Morning
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  9. How to Write Your Employee Handbook
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    How to Write Your Employee Handbook

    Employment law expert Jon Hyman will explain legal requirements and share best practices for your employee handbook. You will learn how to communicate policies with your team effectively while protecting your organization.

    What You'll Learn

    • What policies must every employee handbook have?
    • What are the biggest handbook mistakes employers make?
    • How can you avoid the pitfalls of online templates?
    • How should multi-jurisdictional employers handle handbooks?
  10. How To Delete Bias From Your Job Post
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    How To Delete Bias From Your Job Post

    Recruiting influencer and bias destroyer Katrina Kibben will show you how to make specific changes to your job postings to improve your applicant pool. You will discover tactics to appeal to more candidates.

    What You'll Learn

    • What antiquated job post trends do you need to break? Why?
    • How should you describe skills and education?
    • What psychological barriers deter candidates from diverse backgrounds?
    • How can you determine what works and what doesn’t in your job posts?
    • How should you hone your writing to improve various areas of measurement?
    • How can you reach hard-to-find candidates and passive job seekers?
  11. Delta Variant And Employee Burnout: Strategies For HR
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    Delta Variant And Employee Burnout: Strategies For HR

    Human resources expert Wendy Sellers will reveal the most effective methods of alleviating employee burnout. You will learn how to help your team through this particularly challenging time in the middle of the interminable pandemic.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you assess burnout in your organization?
    • Are your team members exhausted, cynical, or ineffective?
    • How can you address the demands of remote and onsite workers?
    • What steps can you take to reduce burnout today?
  12. When Is A COVID-19 Case A Workers’ Compensation Case?
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    When Is A COVID-19 Case A Workers’ Compensation Case?

    Human resources expert Wendy Sellers will walk through COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation cases, answer your specific questions about your situation, and provide resources to help you manage your liability. Wendy will share examples to help you understand how to determine Worker’s Compensation eligibility in each instance.

    What You'll Learn

    • When does Workers’ Compensation cover COVID-19 infections?
    • How does an employee prove they caught COVID-19 at your workplace?
    • Do vaccination policies change workers’ compensation eligibility?
    • Should you encourage employees to submit workers’ compensation claims?
    • How can you reduce workers’ compensation claims for COVID-19?
    • Do you need to report COVID-19 cases to OSHA?

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