Human Resources Virtual Series - Three 90 Min Session

All virtual programs are 11 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. EDT. Attend all 3 virtual programs via ZOOM for one price! You will receive a link to join the events the afternoon prior to each scheduled session. Video is NOT required.

JUNE 18: Handling Workplace Investigations Justin Harrison, Jackson Kelly PLLC

This presentation will address legal and practical considerations for conducting workplace investigations. When are investigations necessary? Who should conduct the investigation? How should the investigation be conducted? What rights do employers and employees have regarding workplace investigations? What do you do with the results of the investigation?

Pay Equity

This presentation will address federal and state requirements regarding gender-neutral employee compensation programs and how employers can identify and remedy unfair pay practices.

JUNE 25: An Overview of Wage and Hour Compliance: Don't Get Short-Changed Faith Whittaker, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Wage and hour claims both under federal and state law are extremely prevalent and preventative! Employers should be aware of issues as they relate to classification, compensable time, and best practices to comply with wage and hour law.

Employer's Golden Rule: Thou Shall Maintain An Up-To-Date Employee Handbook Michael Mattingly, Dinsore & Shohl LLP

The presentation will cover the pertinent topics and policies that should be contained in all employee's handbook. It will provide guidance on best practices to implement and consistently apply the policies.

JUNE 30: Tough Conversations in the Workplace Jackie Rolow, SHAZAM

Conflict is inevitable - in work and in life. Managers must address performance issues, and colleagues with competing priorities must figure out how to work together. These situations call for having tough conversations. Hear how to conduct tough conversations, build communication skills and enhance relationships - leading to better business performance.

Identify underlying differences in work styles, goals, and power dynamics and change the way you view conflict. As a bonus, receive practical tools to help you prepare for your next difficult conversation and make sure you choose words that won't alienate the other person.
Developing a Talent Pipeline

Financial institutions across the country are struggling to recruit and retain talent. Are you looking for an established pipeline of entry-level candidates? What if we told you about a great way to find future employees and grow your own talent? It's a recruiting tool that allows you to test-drive the talent your organization needs, effectively manage your workflow, and help grow your business to accomplish future objectives. In this session participants will learn how to develop talent partnerships and create a program that mutually benefits their company and community.


6/18/2020 - 6/30/2020

About the Speaker(s)

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Justin M. Harrison
Justin Harrison
Jackson Kelly PLLC
Michael B. Mattingly
Michael Mattingly
Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP
Jackie Rolow
Jackie Rolow
Shazam, Inc.
Faith C. Whittaker
Faith Whittaker
Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP

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