HR 101 for Supervisors

Seminar location: Online via webinar
Date: Thursday, September 10th
Time: 9:00am – 10:30am
Price: $25 per person
Please reserve your spot no later than September 8th.
To reserve your spot, use the following link: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6190242077209797390

If you experience any technical issues with the above link, please contact info@hrtogo.com. 24 hour cancellation notice is required.

Description: Being a supervisor can sometimes feel overwhelming.  There are so many employment laws especially following the COVID outbreak that it’s difficult to know what you need to do, and what you can’t do.  In addition, you are responsible for working with your staff to help them be as productive as they can, and it’s not always clear how to do that.  You also need to know how to manage poor performance and keep your staff engaged, which can be even more challenging now that a major portion of workforces are working remotely.  This class will cover the basics, and you will walk away with an understanding of the most critical legal obligations. We will provide you with some tips on how to manage your staff for peak performance, how to handle some difficult situations you might encounter as a supervisor and discuss virtual team building exercises, which can help your remote workers overcome the difficulties of feeling isolated and disconnected.

For more information, contact our office at 916.444.6200 or your HR Consultant!

Seminar- September 10th – HR 101 for Supervisors (Webinar Format)

Team Building
Seminar location: Online via webinar
Date: Thursday, August 13th
Time: 9:00am – 10:30am
Price: $25 per person
Please reserve your spot no later than August 11th.
To reserve your spot, use the following link: 

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/504575090383632653

If you experience any technical issues with the above link, please contact info@hrtogo.com. 24 hour cancellation notice is required.

Description: Teamwork magic happens when the work of the team members is synergistic. Team building is about providing the skills, training and resources that your people need, so that they can work in harmony. In this seminar, you’ll learn about how to best build up your team, from creating roles based on strengths and personalities, help your team evolve through the various stages of team development and figure out what successful teams look like.

Seminar – August 13th – Team Building- Webinar Format ( CANCELLED)

Seminar location: Online via webinar
Date: Wednesday, July 9th
Time: 9:00am – 11:00am
Price: $50
Please reserve your spot no later than July 6th.
To reserve your spot, use the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2119040789320408333

If you experience any technical issues with the above link, please contact info@hrtogo.com

24 hour cancellation notice is required.

Description:Employers and supervisors have a responsibility to provide a harassment or discrimination-free work environment. Permitting harassment or discrimination, or failing to take steps to deal with harassment claims, can land employers and supervisors in legal hot water. This seminar will discuss how to create a workplace environment that discourages harassment and discrimination by supervisors and coworkers; the different ways harassment and discrimination can take place; how to tell the difference between behavior that’s just annoying and behavior that’s illegal; and what to do if an employee raises a harassment or discrimination claim.

 

Seminar- July 9th – Supervisor Harassment & Discrimination Prevention Training (AB 1825 Compliant)- (Webinar Format)

Seminar location: Online via webinar
Date: Wednesday, June 10th
Time: 9:00am – 10:30am
Price: Complimentary
Please reserve your spot no later than June 8th.
To reserve your spot, use the following link: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/877533831109308687

If you experience any technical issues with the above link, please contact info@hrtogo.com. 24 hour cancellation notice is required.

Description: Recently employers and employees have been faced with new challenges professionally and personally. During this seminar, we will explore how employers can best support their employees during these new and trying times.  We will discuss the workplace factors that have the potential to cause burnout in the workplace and what we can do to eliminate or control the pressures and expectations, which have the potential to overwhelm managers and employees.

Seminar- June10th- Preventing Burnout -Webinar Format

Being a supervisor can sometimes feel overwhelming. There are so many employment laws that it’s difficult to know what you need to do, and what you can’t do.  In addition, you are responsible for working with your staff to help them to be as productive as they can, and it’s not always clear how to do that.  You also need to know how to manage poor performance.  This class will cover the basics, and you will walk away with an understanding of the most critical legal obligations, some tips on how to manage your staff for peak performance, and how to handle some difficult situations you might encounter as a supervisor

This seminar will be hosted online for health and safety reasons.
Please register no later than May 12th, you will then be provided instructions on how to access the webinar. 24 hour cancellation notice is required.

Seminar- May 14th – HR 101 for Supervisors (Webinar Format)

The health and safety of our clients and employees is our top priority. In keeping with the observance of the Stay at Home order to slow transfer of the coronavirus, we have cancelled our upcoming April 16th seminar.

April Seminar Cancelled

Conflicts in the workplace are distracting, uncomfortable, and emotional.  It is a common challenge for managers to handle these situations while avoiding legal pitfalls.  But with the right tools and training, managers can successfully resolve – and reduce – incidents.  In this seminar, you’ll learn about how to identify conflicts early and decide the best course of action; specific action steps for handling conflicts effectively and legally; and ways to reduce current workplace conflicts and prevent small squabbles from becoming full-blown incidents.

Seminar- March 12th- Dealing with Difficult Employees

Does your organization work with true independent contractors, or are you working with individuals who are really part time, flexible employees? Are you paying some employees a salary, when they do not qualify for that type of pay? The Court system, IRS and EDD do not accept ignorance as a defense or excuse in misclassification issues. This session will explore the differences between employees versus independent contractors, and exempt versus non-exempt, to help you determine what classification is right for employees in your organization. We will also review penalties, fines and other risk factors associated with misclassifying employees. Finally we will discuss best practices in transitioning employees from one status to another.

Seminar – October 10th – Avoiding Employee Misclassification Penalties

Employers and supervisors have a responsibility to provide a harassment or discrimination-free work environment. Permitting harassment or discrimination, or failing to take steps to deal with harassment claims, can land employers and supervisors in legal hot water. This seminar will discuss how to create a workplace environment that discourages harassment and discrimination by supervisors and coworkers; the different ways harassment and discrimination can take place; how to tell the difference between behavior that’s just annoying and behavior that’s illegal; and what to do if an employee raises a harassment or discrimination claim.

Seminar – November 14th – Supervisor Anti-Harassment & Discrimination Prevention Training

The negative impact of a poor work culture can be an urgent problem for leaders. It can bring down morale, create retention problems and undermines your efforts to build a productive workforce. This course is designed to help you learn how to create a culture where employees can successfully work together by encouraging respectful behavior, increasing communication, and building trust and cooperation to overcome conflict.

Seminar – December 12th- Creating a Positive Work Culture

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