Upcoming Live Trainings

Wed Aug 2nd, 1:00-2:30PM ET

Winning Documentation Strategies for Managers, Supervisors and Other Leadership - Zoom Session

Successful management hinges on transparent communication and meticulous documentation of employee performance. It helps avoid unexpected terminations, a common trigger for lawsuits, and creates a solid evidence trail, offering a strong defense against potential claims.

More than just a deterrent, effective communication can uplift an employee's performance. This double victory means better productivity for you and fewer resources spent on replacement and legal defense.

Our workshop dives deep into the 'when', 'where', and 'how' of performance management and documentation. It includes hands-on exercises for disciplinary write-ups. This isn't just a tick-box exercise but a 90 minute learning journey aimed at honing essential leadership skills.

Thurs Aug 17th, 3:00-4:30 PM ET

Proper Handling of Employee Termination

Now more than ever, employers need to understand the laws regulating firings and layoffs and how to prevent wrongful termination lawsuits. Managers should not fire employees without proper reasons and documentation, regardless of the perceived legalities of such actions. In this timely program, the legal risks facing employers when terminating employees will be outlined, and practical steps will be offered on how to mitigate or avoid these risks.
Involves: Lecture, Media Clips, and Breakout Rooms

Tues Aug 22nd, 3:00-4:30 PM ET

Safe and Successful Hiring Practices 

As most employers have learned, making good hiring decisions is the best way to avoid employment problems in the long run. What employers may not know is that there are now many legal issues involved in the pre-hire screening and background check process. This program provides a clear understanding of how to avoid risk in the process of selecting, screening and hiring new employees.
Involves: Lecture, Media Clips, and Breakout Rooms

Wed Aug 30th, 3:00-4:30 PM ET

Supervisor Training on Avoiding, Confronting & Dealing with Reasonable Accommodation & Discrimination Harassment in the Workplace

In this moment of heightened harassment assertions in corporations and government hitting the news, it is important for companies to educate their managers on how to help prevent harassment claims to avoid being the next headline. In defending these claims, we have found managers often do not fully understand the importance of these issues, don’t know how to identify them, or are simply ill‐equipped to deal with them. There is also the possibility that managers can be held personally liable, alongside the company. Companies need to do everything they can to mitigate the risks of potential claims. In response, we can facilitate a customized, interactive harassment prevention training designed to stick in the minds of your managers and mitigate litigation risk.
Involves: Lecture, Media Clips, and Breakout Rooms

Wed Sep 6th, 3:00-4:30 PM ET

Supervisor Training on Understanding & Dealing with Concerns in the Workplace

Oftentimes, managers do not fully understand the requirements for all of the protected classes under federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws, and how each should be accommodated, unless there is an undue hardship to the company. Yet, it is a manager’s role to implement and enforce its company’s anti-discrimination and accommodation policies. If employee requests are not formally addressed properly, an employee may feel they may be discriminated against by the manager and company, which could potentially turn into them filing an employment lawsuit. Our interactive training educates managers about the types of protected classes, expected accommodations, their roles including how to respond to employee requests, and when to include HR.
Involves: Lecture, Media Clips, and Breakout Rooms

Wed Sep 12th, 3:00-4:30 PM ET

Manager Communication with Human Resources

This program is designed to stick in the minds of managers to mitigate litigation risk. Many costly and human resources issues are caused by a company’s managers not understanding how to communicate with the human resources department. Managers are sometimes a part of the problem. They are also sometimes not a part of the solution. Likewise, human resources, often fails to communicate properly with managers as to what is expected of them on a regular basis. While managers are often very skilled in the business/production part they are managing, the majority are not trained with how to properly communicate with employees and HR on human resources issues. They also often fail to understand their complicated specific role in dealing with diverse employee issues such as discrimination, leave, reasonable accommodation and discriminatory harassment. Unfortunately, if not properly addressed, these, and other related issues can lead to costly employment lawsuits.
Involves: Lecture, Media Clips, and Breakout Rooms
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