Every major law effecting employers protects whistleblowers. It is no surprise that retaliation claims are now the second most frequently filed claim under federal anti-discrimination laws – filed 3 times as often as sexual harassment. Whistleblower claims are also the hardest and most costly to defend. Thus, it’s not surprising that multi-million dollar settlements are common. This program helps employers meet that challenge. Taught by Gregory Keating, the attorney who literally wrote the book on defending whistleblower claims, this program will examine the major legal requirements and the best practices to meet those requirements.
Your strongest managers are great at leading teams and watching budgets. But do they struggle with hiring star-quality hourly employees? In this one-hour webinar, we’ll tell you what managers really wish corporate knew about hourly hiring, and we’ll share tactics for improving and standardizing hiring at the store level.
Join this webinar where I will share our *top twenty* list of recruitment tools/tips to keep in mind for your recruitment team. All of these can be applied within your organizations talent acquisition strategy the next day!
Learn how leading retailers are increasing the productivity of their managers and reducing turnover of the workforce by embracing mobile phone technology. Join Axsium Group and Vortex Connect to discuss the benefits and issues retailers face deploying workforce management functionality through the ubiquitous device.
This webcast is for those people whose firms are considering expanding into Canadian employment and need an overview of the essential basics for employment and payroll as well as a review of what employment alternatives are available in Canada: ICs, leasing companies, and third party employment. Employment in Canada is not the same as in the US or Europe and understanding Canadian employment laws are critical in determining how to roll out Canadian employees, what is required and if an alternative employment option is beneficial for some period of time.
Once your company has set its business strategy, it’s easy to get stuck trying to develop a compensation philosophy to match. We’ll help you take that next step by showing a simple approach for developing an overall strategy and getting buy-in from leaders and the rest of your company.
As the economy continues to shift and mid-market businesses rely more and more on their intellectual capital, they are realizing that their employees are the key to their competitive advantage and performance. Attend this webinar and learn eight best practices for automating performance review and goal processes, how to align your human capital development plan with the overall initiatives of the organization to show business impact and ROI, and the practical tools needed to help develop, monitor and measure employee success around goals.
This webcast will discuss the challenges faced by HR professionals when trying to implement a selection process across a division and into multiple divisions. For instance, how do you gain buy-in from stakeholders in different locations? Do you keep the same standards across all locations, facilities, etc. even though they are geographically dispersed, with differing applicant populations and profiles? What are the logistical challenges faced? The webcast will build on the experience of internal HR professionals who have rolled out selection processes throughout multiple locations within their organization as well as across multiple divisions within the organization. In addition, you will hear the perspective of external consultants who have seen these challenges at multiple organizations and can discuss common challenges as well as unique differences.
Organizations in a recent DDI survey indicate that there is a $1 million gap in sales revenue between their best performers and the rest. With aggressive growth targets and with each hiring decision potentially being a million-dollar decision, it’s critical for sales organizations to separate out top performers during the hiring process. This event will show how to define, identify, and hire the top-performing salespeople.
For a variety of reasons, many HR groups often struggle to formulate an “HR strategic talent management plan” that maps out their goals and priorities over the next 3-5 years, and ties these to their organization’s goals. The reasons why are varied, but the results are usually the same – without such a plan, HR teams struggle to play a strategic role in their organization and talent management activities aren't given the organizational importance they should have.
Yet more and more, research by leading firms like IDC, HCI and The Hackett Group is making the link between mature, integrated talent management processes and organizational success. To truly succeed, every organization needs solid talent management programs and processes that help them make the most of their only true sustainable competitive differentiator – their workforce.
This presentation from Tim Mulligan, Chief Human Resources Officer with the Zoological Society of San Diego will share lessons learned on his organization’s journey to transform their talent management processes and strategically align goals across their organization.