Human resources experts Jenni Stone and Teri Morning will lead this comprehensive series. You will master everything you need to know about HR from a legal perspective in just 5 sessions. This training will help you perform your job better and earn respect as a leader.
- Overview and Hiring: Best Practices and Legal Concerns
- Leaves of Absence Essential Information
- Preventing and Conducting Sexual and Unlawful Harassment Investigations
- Fair Labor Standards Act: Understanding Wage and Hour Concerns and Calculations
- Performance Reviews, Improvement Plans, and Terminations
HR Manager Certification (Updated for COVID-19)
Anyone attending this certification will also have free access to the HRWebAdvisor Virtual Conference. We are excited to provide you with networking opportunities that allow you to connect with other HR professionals and expert speakers, as well as earn additional HRCI and SHRM continuing education credits.
Human resources professionals are more critical than ever in our pandemic-riddled world. You are responsible for recruiting, retaining, and protecting the employees that make everything possible. Failure to follow the appropriate laws or protocols can risk exposure for your entire staff and structure.
Even if you are comfortable with the regulations and best practices, there are requirements and subtleties that even the experts sometimes miss. Demonstrating competency to your employer and colleagues is essential.
Our HR Manager Certification program will enable you to:
- Understand the many complexities of HR
- Protect your organization from potential legal liability
- Earn a prestigious certification and the Human Resources Certified Manager (HRCM) professional designation
- Bolster your career
Each session focuses on a vital human resources area where your employer may be exposed to unwanted risks. We have packed a large volume of interesting and useful content into five engaging sessions, including information about how to lead your organization’s recovery from COVID-19.
Session 1: Overview and Hiring: Best Practices and Legal Concerns
- Employment application dos and don'ts
- Interviews and screening process
- Avoiding GINA issues
- Background checks and FCRA compliance
- Offer letters
- Elements of job descriptions
- Form I-9 compliance
- Exempt vs. non-exempt classifications and independent contractors
Session 2: Leaves of Absence Essential Information
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Purpose of FMLA
- Employer and employee eligibility
- Pillars of FMLA
- Reinstatement after FMLA
- Fitness for Duty certifications
- Defining FMLA terms
- Employer recovery of benefit terms
- Required paperwork
- Intermittent leave
Overview of The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
- Covered employers and eligible employees
- Types of leave
- Payment of leave
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Purpose of the ADA
- Employer obligations
- How to engage in the interactive process
- Making requests for medical information
- Process for making accommodations
- ADA, EEOC, and COVID-19 intersections
- Direct Threat exceptions
Session 3: Preventing and Conducting Sexual and Unlawful Harassment Investigations
- Sexual harassment training basics
- Reducing your risk of sexual harassment claims and litigation
- How to create a nurture a zero-tolerance culture and draft a zero-tolerance anti-harrassment policy
- Steps to follow when conducting effective investigations
- Analyzing case studies and real-world examples
- Responding to an EEOC Complaint
Session 4: Fair Labor Standards Act: Understanding Wage and Hour Concerns and Calculations
- Defining non-exempt employees versus exempt employees
- How to avoid misclassification of employees based upon their exemption status
- Independent contractors
- Understanding when to pay compensable time given various scenarios
- Overtime calculations
- Legal issues when employing interns
- Understanding volunteers versus employees
Session 5: Performance Reviews, Improvement Plans, and Terminations
- Dos and don’ts for performance reviews
- Insights into varying approaches to performance reviews
- How to emphasize consistency among supervisors
- Avoiding employer liability regarding performance appraisals
- How to create and implement performance improvement plans, including step-by-step directions
- Using a progressive discipline system
- Creating “bulletproof” documentation
- Termination from beginning to end
Who Should Attend?
- HR Director, and Partner at HR Shield, a company that provides HR solutions to small and midsize businesses nationwide
- Master’s degree in HR Management
- Dual-certified: Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP).
- Active in HR Florida State Council, South Carolina SHRM State Council, Greenville SHRM, and Society of Human Resources Management.
- SHRM blogger
- Frequent speaker at professional human resource meetings and conferences across the country
- Specializes in solving company people problems and providing big company style HR service to small business
- Over 20 years of experience in human resources and training in a variety of fields
- Certified in mediation skills, project management, and IT management and qualified
- Myers-Briggs practitioner
- Has held the PHR, SPHR, SPHR-CA and SHRM-SCP certifications
- Master’s degree in human resource development with a specialization in conflict management
- This program has been approved for 6.2 general recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
- This program is valid for 6.2 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
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