AALRR WebTrain | January 2018 Management Performance Series

Program: 10:00am-11:30am
Location: Webinar

People are often promoted into management positions because they are good at their job, but a new manager may not be well-versed in the challenges of staff supervision or the utilization of a human resources department as a valuable tool. The majority of company liability for any organization comes from the interaction between management and employees. When a new manager is not equipped to make employment decisions regarding appropriate discipline, when to allow an employee to take leave, or when to terminate another employee, their actions can negatively impact your organization.

Management challenges are made even harder if you have to guess what you can legally say or do. AALRR developed our Human Resources Management Performance Training Series to help address these issues. This dynamic, interactive four-part webinar enables managers and supervisors to build and refine the skills needed to manage people more effectively and understand the legal consequences of their actions.

Join AALRR employment attorneys as they provide practical information and insights with a common-sense approach to comply with basic human resources practices and employment laws, and help your company avoid situations that may lead to expensive employee issues or even lawsuits. The information shared in this course will outline the basic rules and regulations for effective staff management and highlight the importance of following employment and labor laws and proper techniques for compliance.

This four-part series is intended especially for California employers.

Part 1:  Discrimination & Harassment
Tuesday, January 9, 2018

  • Federal | State Law Protections
  • Forms of Discrimination
  • Religious Accommodation
  • Disparate Impact | Disparate Treatment
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Bullying | Abusive Conduct 

Part 2:  Hiring to Firing & Everything in Between
Tuesday, January 16, 2018

  • Beginning the Employment Relationship
  • Documenting Employee Performance
  • Proper Performance Evaluations
  • Ending the Employment Relationship 

Part 3:  Wage & Hour Compliance
Tuesday, January 23, 2018

  • Federal | State Law
  • Overtime | Minimum Wage
  • Exempt | Non-Exempt
  • Wage and Hour Litigation | Class Actions
  • Meal | Rest Periods
  • Paying for All Hours Worked
  • Travel | Training | Waiting | On-Call Time
  • Preparation & Finishing | Off-Site Activities 

Part 4:  Leaves, Disabilities, & Reasonable Accommodation
Tuesday, January 30, 2018

  • Federal | State Leave Laws
  • Disability Discrimination 
  • Pregnancy Leaves
  • Reasonable Accommodation | Interactive Accommodation Process

Session details: This four-part series is offered as a series. Each webinar offers a different segment of employment laws specific to California employers.

Who should attend? This course is designed for new or experienced department managers and supervisors who have no formal human resources training or those looking for a refresher course about current rules, regulations, and legal practices concerning human resources.  

Training sessions include: This webinar series includes comprehensive course materials, an after-session quiz, and a certificate of completion of the series. Each session is worth 1.50 HRCI continuing education credits.

HRCI | MCLE Continuing Education Credits are available
1.5 hours for single webinar
6.0 hours for 4-part series

Training Fees:
Our WebTrain series is available for up to 10 members of your management staff for a flat rate of $2400 for clients and $3800 for non-clients; any additional attendee can be registered for $100 each.  The series is offered multiple times a year, and with your company’s registration, we offer a bonus for two members of your staff to attend a future series at no cost.  To pay for additional attendees, please contact Brooke Myers for an individualized invoice. 

Questions? Contact: Brooke Myers at bmyers@aalrr.com

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