Knowing the current employment laws and how to apply them will in turn affect employee morale. People like to work for people they respect, and they engage in their work when their manager creates a fair and positive environment. You add value by complying with the law, protecting the organization.
These “Top Traps” have been identified as key areas of exposure for employers, regardless of industry. Whether you are new to a supervisory position, or it’s just time for a refresher course, this workshop will arm you with knowledge and implementation tips to immediately put into action.
- Understand key employment laws and the role you play in managing employment risk
- Implement best practices for documenting employment action, managing attendance and requests for accommodation, and responding to employee complaints
- Proactively manage issues head-on and with confidence garnering the respect of your work group
Who Will Benefit
- New and emerging leaders with little or no prior training or experience in managing others
- Experienced managers interested in staying abreast of employer compliance and best practices
- HR professionals and organizational leaders looking to ensure effective risk management and and compliance with current employment laws
Thursday May 18, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
7401 SW Washo Ct.
Tualatin, OR 97062
HRCI – 2.75
SHRM – 2.75
About the Presenter
Senior HR Business Partner
Molly Kelley brings her enthusiasm, excellent communication and problem solving skills to the Xenium team as a Senior Human Resource Business Partner. Molly’s clients range in industry from non-profits to manufacturers, wineries to call centers. Molly enjoys the challenges inherent in understanding the unique needs and business objectives of each of her varied clients –working with them as a strategic partner when addressing employee relations issues, HR best practices and compliance.
Katherine joined Xenium in September 2014 in the role of General Administrative Support assisting various teams with client projects. In November 2014, she transitioned to the role of Human Resource Assistant, and in May, 2016 she became a Human Resource Representative.