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Virtual Conference Webcast
Two of the hottest topics in HR today is Talent retention (and acquisition), and how to have a healthy, vibrant and productive workplace. The challenge with both is how to grow as an organization with your best and brightest, whilst ensuring the constant threats of staff burn out and hiring are managed effectively!

In this session, you will be shown how to implement a workplace health and wellness program that can be designed to increase employee morale, improve workplace productivity, and help you find and develop your 'super culture’ which can be used when recruiting for new talent!

In this session we will answer how we can retain my Talented employees whilst simultaneously increasing the productivity of my workplace, help find your 'super culture', and how to attract Talent from other organizations using a Health and Wellness program.

Date: Jun 12 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Rich Farrell
Core Health Dynamics

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Core Health Dynamics
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
In today’s challenging economy, companies have cut their wellness program budgets. To help wellness coordinators and benefits managers make budgets go further, this presentation describes activities and resources that are either free or can be provided for a minimal amount of money. The strategies address numerous subject areas and can help your organization create a culture of health, enhance employee fitness, practice good nutrition, relieve workplace stress, promote tobacco cessation, help employees become wiser consumers and enhance employee motivation, participation and empowerment. If you leave this presentation with just one new programming idea, it will be worth your time to attend.
Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Don Powell
American Institute For Preventive Medicine

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American Institute For Preventive Medicine
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Does your business have a strategy for employee wellness? From promoting health and wellness through outcome based incentives to offering employees an opportunity to join a company wellness program -- a healthy workforce is a business priority that many companies are embracing. Today’s corporate wellness model integrates a mix of components that include technology, incentives, competition, support, guidance, social media and more. This presentation will discuss why employee wellness programs have become a strategic business driver for many companies and how to create and implement engaging and sustainable programs. Attendees also will learn why well designed wellness programs can ultimately reduce healthcare costs, lower absenteeism, increase productivity and improve overall employee health and wellbeing. Case studies and ROI will be highlighted.
Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Dave Monahan
FitLinxx

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FitLinxx
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Take a step back and ask yourself the following questions: Do your employees find it challenging to remember clients’ names and phone numbers? Are they having trouble focusing in meetings or listening to the instructions being given? Despite being smart, experienced and dedicated employees can’t always perform as well as you and they would like.

There are seven key cognitive skills we all need and use to focus, think, prioritize, plan, understand, visualize, remember, and create useful associations, & solve problems. When cognitive skills are weak, they may show up as disorganization, difficulty prioritizing, planning, problem-solving, forgetfulness, slow work, time-management issues, difficulty sustaining attention, & multi-tasking, feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, anxious.

In an effort to address employee efficiency and well-being, many companies are incorporating a variety of physical wellness programs. But what is missing, for the most part, is a brain fitness or wellness program. It’s not just physical anymore! Total fitness includes physical, mental, and emotional components.

Learn what the key cognitive skills are, how peak performance in the workplace relies on the strength of these skills, and ways to maximize these skills in the workplace and in life.

Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Shelley Pazer
LearningRx Jericho

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Steve Kent
LearningRx Jericho

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LearningRx Jericho
 
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Standalone Webcast
When is the last time you were a new employee? The experience is a little frightening, anxiety-inducing, exciting, and filled with hope and enthusiasm. If you think about it, it's a lot like going on a first date. The employee will wonder if they have made the right decision by joining their new company, they will hope there is a bright future with the company, and they hope their expectations are going to be met. These are the same thoughts and feelings you feel when you go on that first date.

The key in both cases is to turn the enthusiasm into engagement. Enthusiasm is fleeting. Engagement stands the test of time. Too often in our organizations we fail at this. We oversell the opportunity, we fail to prepare for the new employee's arrival, and we don't properly train the employee so they can contribute. It's no surprise that when these failures occur enthusiasm evaporates and the new employee is second guessing their decision.

In this webinar, Modern Survey's President, Don MacPherson, will discuss the importance of new employee onboarding, share onboarding horror stories, talk about whose responsibility it is to onboard employees, and lay out a series of best practices that can be put in place to make the onboarding experience extraordinary for every new employee at your organization. After all, the goal is to turn the enthusiasm new employees have into engagement and a love the employee has for their new company. Tune into this webinar and we will help you fix the onboarding process at your organization...fixing the issues on first dates will have to be reserved for another day!

Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Don MacPherson
Modern Survey

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Modern Survey
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Incentives – both the positive “carrots” and the negative “sticks” – are a critical component in a successful and sustainable wellness program. But when should you dangle the carrot or pull out the stick? Is there a magic formula for effectively using incentives in your wellness program? What are other organizations doing to move the needle on their wellness program from “so-so” to “go-go?” In this webinar, an employer of choice shares their experience deploying an effective wellness program to their nearly 20,000 employees. Estelle Morrison, Ceridian Vice President of Clinical and Wellness Services, will offer insight for creating an environment of positive behavior change.
Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Estelle Morrison
Ceridian Corporation

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Ceridian Corporation
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Sexual Harassment Training is required for all management staff; this includes Senior Managers to the Supervisory level. As an employer, you are required to provide a workplace environment free from Sexual Harassment. There are guidelines developed by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) which identify what these requirements are.

Listed below is a brief description of the guidelines and requirements:

• Defined policies and procedures on Sexual Harassment, which are developed, implemented, maintained, and enforced by the employer. Information and education must be provided to all employees.

• Posting of mandatory posters in a conspicuous area which all employees frequent and have access. They must be visible.

• Training of all management staff is required. The training must be completed by an individual who has met the defined training criteria established by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).

• Investigate all complaints and take the appropriate disciplinary action up to and including discharge.

• Maintain clear and well documented records for all training provided and investigations conducted.

Following these guidelines and mandatory requirements is essential. Failure to do so could result in legal issues, which could include steep monetary payments being paid out.

You do not want to be investigated for noncompliance. The best thing you can do is be compliant and adhere to the all of the requirements. If you are investigated having all your documentation in good order will make it much easier to defend.

Date: Jun 10 2014
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Rhonda Knisley
The Human Resource

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The Human Resource
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
California Employers: This webinar will help clarify California Specific leaves, how they interact with the Federal medical leaves and how to apply leaves accurately and consistently.

This webinar will help you master the twisty, confusing and sometime dangerous ground that the road of California specific leaves can take. We will focus on how California leaves such as FEHA and CFRA interact with Federal medical leaves, such as the FMLA and ADA. Learn which leaves can run concurrently, how to make the transition from one leave to the next (FMLA / CFRA to ADA or FMLA/PDL to CFRA)and what you need to document to protect yourself and your organization.

Date: Jun 10 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Beth Brascugli De Lima, MBA, SPHR-CA
HRM Consulting, Inc.

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HRM Consulting, Inc.
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Employee policy documents are vital to compliance; no employer planning to stay in business ought to go without them. But, these documents can sometimes cause more problems than they solve. Once dedicated to writing, an employer’s policy can become a sword for a plaintiff to wield, rather than a shield for deflecting lawsuits and administrative agency audits.

This presentation is geared towards identifying the ten most common areas in which employer policies go awry, with the most costly consequences. These are the policies from which the majority of litigation arises, as well as those that, if well-drafted, will be of greatest benefit in defending employment claims. The presentation will discuss the major mistakes, and the ways to avoid them, in the following realms:

1. Employment Applications
2. Form I-9 Procedures
3. Background Check Documents
4. Basic Handbook Mistakes
5. Arbitration Agreements
6. Documenting Wage & Hour Compliance
7. California “Gotcha” Violations
8. Social Media Policies
9. Leave Policies
10. Confidentiality & Non-Competition

Some of these areas, like wage-and-hour compliance, are perennial plaintiff favorites. Others, like social media policies, are more akin to the “flavor of the week.” However, all of these areas are of importance to a California employer interested in defending itself from costly litigation.

Date: Jun 9 2014
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Brandon Sylvia
Rutan & Tucker, LLP

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Rutan & Tucker, LLP
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
This program will update participants on the new rules, laws and case decisions affecting workplace investigations including US Supreme Court Cases, Vance v. Ball State and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, NLRB updates on the application of the Banner opinion to workplace investigations, as well as lessons learned from Turley v. ISB Lacawana, and EEOC v. Spitzer Management. Learn why a company was found liable for Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and why the court found an investigation inadequate in Turley v. ISB Lacawana. Learn the new definitions of key terms in investigations. Practice applying these new terms through two vignettes.
Date: Jun 9 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Beth Whittenbury
Beth K. Whittenbury & Associates

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Beth K. Whittenbury & Associates
 
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