The healthcare environment creates a major challenge in the prevention and intervention of violence. The rate of injuries and illness from violence in the healthcare industry is more than three times greater than violence in all private industry. This training program will explore what makes violence in healthcare unique and its negative ramifications on quality patient care.
Promoting employees from within is not without its risk and if not handled properly can result in potential legal liability. This webinar will offer attendees an understanding of what should be accomplished when promoting current employees to management or supervisory positions.
This training program will discuss whether women are more hostile among each other in the workplace. It will discuss sexism and stereotypes in our perceptions of women and men’s bullying, the nexus of bullying and harassment, and the impact of bullying on witnesses.
This training program will discuss a new employee’s role in his/her orientation and difference between orientation to the organization and orientation to the department. The program will also explain gap analysis, force field analysis, and SWOT analysis in assessing your organization’s onboarding requirements.
In this training program, participants will learn how and why the generations differ in terms of how they approach work - focused on understanding the unique perspectives, contributions and value of each generation. Supervisors will also learn practical best practice tips and suggestions they can apply to effectively manage employees outside their own generation - both older and younger.
If you are a federal contractor, having a firm grasp on the essentials of affirmative action and OFCCP compliance is a must, whether you are new to the federal contracting world or a seasoned contractor. This webinar training program will offer attendees an understanding of affirmative action laws and regulations enforced by the OFCCP. It will also discuss Affirmative Action Plans for women and minorities, and for disabled and veteran workers.
This training program will discuss how getting rid of the paper can increase your department’s efficiency and decrease overall long term costs. Some of these efforts will involve upfront costs or systems or your time to create and implement while others can be done immediately by taking advantage of improving technology offered by others. But even introducing just a few of them will reduce the paper in your department.
This onboarding course is geared toward the pharmaceutical industry, particularly for anyone who is responsible for managing or delivering training in a GMP environment, and HR employees who interact frequently with the GMP training organization to coordinate onboarding. The aim of the course is to provide practical information, which has already been used on the job effectively, and suggest similar actions that learners can apply to their job situations quickly.
This webinar training discusses the legal and contractual perspectives of managing the remote/virtual employee. It will highlight the opportunities and challenges that the virtual workplace offers. The current competitive business environment and the changing nature of work and the workforce requires effective leadership that spans the boundaries of time and space to help employees to work together – apart. Participants will understand the dynamic interaction between technological systems and human systems that the virtual leader has to address and how to implement prevention strategies to minimize liability by designing and developing virtual policies.
This training program will discuss the wage and hour requirements for calculating and paying overtime in the state of california. The course will elaborate the requirements for calculating overtime and double time in California to ensure compliance with the state’s wage and hour laws.
Learn the specifics of developing an effective Return to Work Program and selling it to senior management, the strategies for program implementation and how to engage employees so they buy into the Program.
This FMLA and ADA training program will discuss why it is crucial for employers to have at least a basic knowledge of the laws to apply them correctly and avoid litigation. Both the FMLA and ADA are confusing laws on their own. When there is an overlap between the laws, it can be even more confusing, frustrating, and almost impossible to manipulate. The key to untangling ADA and FMLA is to understand the obligations under each statute.
This training program will concentrate on the requirements to classify a worker as an independent contractor or as an employee under the IRS rules. The course will further illustrate how the FLSA rules differ from the IRS rules and why you must follow both.
This webinar will discuss practical information to ensure compliance with the myriad of changes made to Form 5500 filing requirements. The Instructor will discuss EFAST2 processes and Schedule C disclosures and review changes to the 2014 Form 5500 series reports and 2015 Form 5500-SUP draft instructions. Participants will understand audit requirements and how to handle late deposits.
This training program in the three-part series will break down specific steps for conducting an effective retention interview. It will help organizations in employing a system for tracking retention in relation to risk of leaving and employee performance. It will also examine the link between employee satisfaction, motivation, and engagement and how it relates to stay interviews.
When it comes to hiring effective employees the best interview method is undoubtedly the behavioral-based interview format where the interviewee formulates responses to specific situations he/she has actually encountered at the workplace. The concept is that past performance is the best predictor of future performance. This kind of interview format helps employers know what the employee can and cannot do based on assessing past work behaviors. This first training program in the three-part series will focus on the SOAR method (Situation – Obstacle – Action – Result) of behavioral-based interviews to help you make each department at your workplace more productive and efficient by hiring the right employees for the job.
This training program will explore how to avoid the misclassification of workers which can have severe consequences for business owners. In this program, participants will understand classification of independent contractor, common law employee, statutory employee, and statutory nonemployee. How to Document Classification?, Associated Forms – SS-8, 1099, 940, 941
This training program will differentiate between assertiveness and aggressiveness and assertiveness versus passive behavior. Further, it will guide attendees on how to manage assertively and handle conflicts and problems with poise and confidence, gaining the support and dependability of your team in the process.