Human Resources Workshops

HR Team Legal Compliance / Culture Workshop
Ask about our one-day off-site workshop designed to walk your HR Team through the basics of legal compliance in the workplace as a foundational understanding to building a positive work culture. This emersion begins with the key laws governing the employee life cycle beginning with the application process, the talent acquisition process, background checks, work authorization, compensation administration, performance management, personnel records retention, dispute resolution and exits. We look at the key governing State and Federal laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the concept of “protected classes,” key court cases, the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the rules of the Family and Medical Leave Act, the National Labor Relations Act and other key statutes the are essential to understand in today’s workplace. We discuss how the EEOC and the Courts actually address these issues and key employee relations strategies for your company to understand in order to minimize the risks of employment claims and costly litigation while fostering mutual respect within the workplace. This educational experience will not make your HR Team legal content experts, but it will build awareness to spot issues before they become more serious to assist proactive conflict resolution while building a positive culture.
Sexual Harassment Workshop
Ask about our three-hour off-site workshop designed to assist your leadership team in their understanding of this problematic workplace issue. We discuss the origins of sexual harassment as a legal concept and how it has impacted the workplace during the past 30 years. We look at key court cases and where companies have failed to act to protect their own interests. We discuss the role of corporate training and why it has often failed to reduce the risk of sexual claims. We then discuss best practices and policies that add value to the organization and how such approaches can also be used to diminish risks of other forms of harassment based upon age, race, disability, national origin and other protected classes.