The program series includes: Cost: $250 per participant ($325 for non chamber members)
Chamber Event: HR Six Pack Series - February 17 - March 23, 2020
Are you or one of your staff performing the HR functions in your business?
Are you responsible for only HR but aren't up-to-date on the changing labor laws?
Even a small business without a dedicated HR professional - ESPECIALLY a small business without a dedicated HR professional - needs to understand the current laws, best practices and advice regarding your relationship and responsibilities as an employer.
This program offers a well-rounded exercise in how HR function can prevent expensive issues
February 17, 2020: Hiring: applications, interviews, ADA, I9, reference checks, tests and assessments, avoiding pitfall questions you think are innocent small talk
February 24, 2020: Employment manuals: policies, content, required postings, NLRB guidelines for social media, confidentiality
March 2, 2020: Leave: sick leave, drug rehab programs, EAPs, ADA accommodations, absenteeism
March 9, 2020: Non-discrimination: medical exams, more ADA, religion, race, national origin, gender, age, LGBT - (restrooms and health care provisions), establishing a culture to avoid locker room talk that can cause big issues
March 16, 2020: Regulatory: wage and overtime, commissions, OT exemptions, record-keeping, OSHA, Whistleblower, HIPAA, time-keeping, email and smart phone issues, unemployment compensation
March 23, 2020: Discipline: progressive discipline, best practices, termination, severance agreements, more ADA, employment references, documentation, process of termination, workplace violence resulting from termination
The program will run from 8:00-10:00 a.m. for six consecutive Monday mornings beginning February 17, 2020.
Register by February 7, 2020. Class size is limited.
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SHANE M. DAWSON specializes in the defense of employment and workers’ compensation matters and handles matters for businesses from the family-owned enterprises to the world’s largest retailer throughout the State of Ohio.
MARIBETH MELUCH is a business lawyer who combines a unique blend of Intellectual Property and Employment law in her practice to serve the firm’s business clients. From formation and operations, through merger or sale, Maribeth counsels and represents businesses on all their legal issues including contracts, employment, litigation, workouts and regulatory matters.
The program series includes:
Cost: $250 per participant ($325 for non chamber members)