Catherine Short speaks with Warren Cook co-founder of SymbianceHR, an HR consulting partner that uses direct experience and best practices for solving human resource challenges, about the topic of “Got Diversity? Get Inclusion! And the Pending FLSA Changes.” We will review building an inclusive workforce through application of strategies and out of the box thinking
Warren Cook BS, MBA, MS, SHRM-certified of SymbianceHR, will present the webinar “Got Diversity. Get Inclusion! and the Pending FLSA Changes” on July 10, 2019. Warren answered many commonly asked questions on our blog in anticipation of this webinar. Diversity and Inclusion appears to be a very relevant topic in recent years , why is that ? Organizations recognize that implementing effective strategies to leverage the diversity of a workforce into an
Patricia M. Clendening, SHRM-SCP, GPHR, SPHR, President of HR Strategies, LLC, will present the webinar “How to Navigate the Ever-changing Anti-Harassment Regulations” on June 18, 2019. Tricia Clendening answered many commonly asked questions on our blog in anticipation of this webinar.
Catherine Short chats with Lauren Russell, attorney at Young Conaway Stargatt and Taylor about how to "Combat Workplace Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era.” We will review some of the key issues in sexual harassment in the workplace, touch on identifying what behavior may constitute sexual harassment, understand key steps in avoiding and addressing sexual
Shivhon Adkins, MPA, founder of Medical Receptionist Network and author of the “Medical Receptionist Handbook to Success” will present the webinar “Front Desk Success with Medical Receptionist Engagement.” Shivon answers many commonly asked questions on our blog.
Catherine E. Walters, Esq., partner at Bybel Rutledge LLP and Chair of the firm’s Employment/Labor Law Group, presented the webinar “Navigating the Background Check and FCRA Compliance Minefield.” Ms. Walters answers common questions regarding the pre-employment screening process.
Warren Cook BS, MBA, MS, SHRM-certified of SymbianceHR will be presenting the webinar Risk Management of Employment Practices, now on YouTube. Here he discusses the ROI of human resources compliance: Historically, HR was viewed as an expense center, and in recent years HR is beginning to be viewed as a valued strategic partner to the
Employees that abuse drugs in the workplace cause major disruptions due to their lack of productivity, poor performance, potential for work place injuries and their negative impact on other employees. In developing and enforcing an effective drug testing policy, compliance with applicable federal and state laws should be a high priority to avoid unnecessary legal
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has been scrutinizing the policies of healthcare providers recently. As the federal agency responsible for enforcing federal employment discrimination laws, healthcare providers with outdated policies and/or practices may find themselves in hot water. Here are the some of the most recent cases the EEOC has initiated: EEOC v.
Sheba Vine, JD, CPCO, talks about Qualifying Events that Trigger COBRA Benefits. COBRA is a federal law and is short for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985. COBRA applies to employers with 20 or more employees that offer group health plans. COBRA provides the right to continue coverage in an employer