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.
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.
This training program will highlight the steps for conducting disciplinary investigations. It will discuss how to hold employees accountable for sustained change and detail a simple system for determining how to coach employees. It will also focus on Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) and how progressive discipline policies can hurt you.
This 3-hr virtual seminar on Project Management in Human Resources will focus on key project management skills for the HR professional. You will learn proven, successful techniques for detailed, systematic, team-involved planning and effective implementation.
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.
This program examines the concept of communication and the challenge of communicating with people who have different cultural backgrounds and experiences. We look at communication in relation to gender as well as culture and explore how various communication issues can affect productivity in the workplace.
This webinar will discuss characteristics of critical thinkers, critical thinking process and techniques, elements of reasoning and more. It will also provide practical steps to apply critical thinking in the workplace.
This course will analyze a manager/employee relationship and discuss how the performance evaluation process can assist in establishing effective communication. Attendees will learn more about regulations that impact the behavior of managers, and fines, penalties and criminal sanctions for managers who violate workplace regulations.
This training program will analyze the gaps that need to be addressed while implementing organizational changes. It will help attendees assess major issues involved in organizational readiness, help overcome intellectual challenges, help create effective communication plans, ensure all systems support, and finally, assess change management.
Only 25% of organizations have a written policy on political activities. What laws or regulations should employers consider in setting the tone of political discussions at work, if any? This training program will address issues regarding workplace policies when it comes to political discussions among employees and employers.
This webinar will help in identifying the existence of a conflict of interest. Understand the levels at which potential conflicts can exist, and the various ways in which a conflict can harm an organization. The instructor will explain the correlation between a conflict of interest and corruption, including bribery, kickbacks, and illegal or unauthorized gratuities and discuss proactive preventive and detection measures to combat this fraud hazard.
This training program is designed to actively engage the mid-level manager in formulating a conceptual understanding of the need and uses of the performance appraisal process. Attendees will learn a variety of performance appraisal models that cover self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.
This webinar training discusses the success factors for implementing effective job design. The instructor helps in identifying the readiness of employee, the orientation needs and suitability. Participants will learn about the appropriate circumstances and best methods to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of job enhancement, job enrichment or job enlargement.
This webinar training outlines the best practices of conducting performance appraisals. The instructor will explain how and why to monitor, measure and empower your team’s development and the best tools and scripts to motivate and coach your team. Participants will learn how to negotiate through resistance, build trust, manage team diversity and implement proactive plans during appraisal process.
This training program will discuss the California Fair Employment and Housing Act under which an employer has an obligation to take all reasonable steps necessary to prevent discrimination and harassment from occurring in the workplace. The affirmative and mandatory duty requires the employer to conduct a prompt investigation in the event of a discrimination claim.
In this training program, attendees will understand why background checks and due diligence have become mission critical for employers. This program will review the top ten trends and best practices for 2016 when it comes to background checks and safe hiring. Learn steps employers can take immediately to help ensure legal compliance and how to deal with Ban the Box rules concerning criminal records.
There exists a liberal federal policy favoring arbitration, but a particular provision in the Federal Arbitration Act- or the FAA - known as the savings clause - permits agreements to arbitrate to be invalidated. This training program will discuss how, although there is a general sentiment favoring arbitration on a federal level, in recent years California state courts have aggressively employed the FAA’s savings clause to invalidate arbitration contracts between employers and their employees. This course will help attendees determine whether the arbitration clause in their employment agreement passes muster.
Excellent customer service assists payroll in its daily operations within the department rather than for its outside customers. This training program will examine how a correctly implemented payroll department customer service policy will ensure that communications remain open and clear. By setting down in writing what the payroll department can and cannot do legally, or will or will not be able to do, right up front goes a long way towards preventing future misunderstandings, miscommunications and the resulting conflicts which cause the department to lose valuable time handling this conflict.