We all know that no employee learns from a single exposure to a training. Indeed, within two hours, more than 50% of content is forgotten, and within a week, 95% is forgotten. It is no wonder training seldom results in transfer to the workplace.
This webinar will review four important techniques that overcome the forgetting curve. These techniques include booster quizzing, social elaboration, strategic coaching, and depth of processing.
In this hands-on webinar, we will teach HR professionals techniques to incorporate these techniques into both their formal and informal trainings. Within a week, your trainings will be significantly more effective and transfer will increase.
This session will provide a background on how lean thinking and tools can help safety and any HR function. Following the teachings of W. Edwards Deming, Toyota created a production system, now commonly referred to as lean production. What is not well understood is that “lean” works in any office and business, regardless of size. Whether healthcare, small enterprise, food service, or non – profit, “lean” can help improve teamwork, culture and drive continuous improvement, but only if we go back to basics and strip away the mystery that this thinking is only for the manufacturing floor. Participants in the session will gain new insight into both “how” and “why” standards should be developed.
In this fast-moving, informative and entertaining session, get the “why” and the “how” on worksite wellness. Come away with useful takeaways that can be applied immediately toward any worksite wellness initiative – whether you are just getting started or already have a robust worksite wellness program in place. After participating in this session, you’ll have what you need to convince senior leaders that worksite wellness is one of the best ways to mitigate costs AND enhance productivity. To ensure real results, you’ll come away with helpful tips to move any worksite wellness program from a “check the box” program to an “out of the box” program to achieve maximum benefits.
This program will discuss all aspects of legally effective incident investigation and management, arising from a variety of crisis situations. Basic principles of accident investigation will be examined, as well as management of OSHA/MSHA inspections arising from occupational accidents, insurance and tort/contractor liability issues, media management, staffing, and site security. Given that improperly managed incidents can frequently give rise to OSHA/MSHA prosecution or civil tort and contract liability, learning the basic principles will help to limit legal exposures for companies and their managers. Participants will learn proper approaches to root cause analysis as well as proactive steps that can be taken to avoid crisis situations in the future.
Are you covered by OSHA’s HazCom Standard and worried about how you’re going to meet compliance with the new GHS alignment changes and phased-in compliance deadlines? With a little education and preparation, you can eliminate your transition concerns and ensure your organization is able to seamlessly meet OSHA’s series of phased-in HazCom 2012 compliance deadlines ― the first of which is Dec. 1, 2013. This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of HazCom 2012, along with actionable steps you can take to manage the transition and comply with the approaching deadlines. This is a fast moving presentation that covers OSHA's adoption of GHS from both a theoretical and practical perspective. You'll learn what to do and why.
Truly integrated talent management impacts every level of the business from the C-level to the manager all the way down to the last employee, leading to reduced turnover, higher revenue, and increased employee engagement.
In Part 2 of this webinar series, we’ll dig deeper into what specific value integrated talent systems bring to the Manager.
You will learn how integrated talent management:
Enables managers to better assess and develop their teams
Makes the day-to-day life of the manager easier
Increases your teams’ productivity
On June 27th, in the last webinar of this 3-part series, we’ll cover what benefits the Employee realizes.
This presentation focuses on what employers need to know now about the latest updates within PPACA. If you are wondering if this law is still in effect, impacts you, or changes the rules you have been following, this session is for you. With a basic foundation of the key elements of the bill and a look at what compliance regulations may impact your organization. We will focus on four key components, the employer shared responsibility, individual mandate, taxes and fines and lastly the exchanges. We will offer resources of where to find the most updated information available. As every employer has a different set of decisions to make, we aim to bring clarity around what questions are worth asking!
Is your employer growing weary of trying to do business in California? Do you feel all you can do is shrug your shoulders at the table held hostage by, “Legally we can’t do that here” challenges?
Do we really need to resign ourselves to feeling like we are held hostage? Can we break free of feeling paralyzed? Is it possible to engage in proactive and innovative steps that will help our companies strike gold in this great state?
If you are tired of constantly feeling like your hands are tied and would like refreshing ideas on how you can influence business success in California, this session is for you.
A thorough and complete investigation reveals facts; facts that are necessary to make unbiased and fair decisions. This is a critical skill and greatly increases a company’s defensible position when decisions are presented or even challenged. Whether it is an unlawful termination case, a disgruntled employee challenging a disciplinary decision or the unemployment board, it is the investigation and its documentation that is closely scrutinized and often used as evidence in claims and litigation cases. All investigations should be able to withstand microscopic evaluation and that will only occur when the investigator understands the investigative process in its entirety and effective applies this process.
Workplace grief costs U.S. businesses billions of dollars a year in reduced productivity and increased errors and accidents, yet the word grief rarely shows up in reports. In The Hidden Annual Cost of Grief in America’s Workplace 2003 report, the keyword in the title of this report is the word "hidden." It is just that factor that has caused the problem to escalate to now unimaginable proportions and it is the essential reason that it is getting worse rather than better. In this presentation we will address the definition of grief, the grief/workplace connection, the cost of "presenteeism" to corporations and we will discover how managers and other employees can support coworkers who have experienced personal loss.