Podcast Shares Questions Asked Most Often at Employment Law Updates Seminars

HRWatchdog

The California Chamber of Commerce employment law team has been on the road throughout January, conducting Employment Law Updates seminars and explaining changes that transpired over the previous year that impact workplace practices and policies.

Big Four accounting firm called to account for sexist ‘training’ seminar

HR Morning

Women looking to make their mark in leadership roles at Ernst & Young (EY) were given jarringly sexist professional advice during a training seminar the Big Four accounting firm sponsored last year in New Jersey. But it declined to say if or how the seminar was changed.

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How to Attend an HR Conference (and make it worth your while)

Silkroad

Think about the last conference you attended. That’s why today’s episode is focused on how to get the most out of the HR conferences you attend. I attend a lot of conferences. I meet people. I meet vendors.

Initiate, Build & Grow Relationships in Extraordinary Times

Thrive Global

Travel in and around the continent is one of the most vital aspects of my role, as this enables me to meet other professionals, attend relevant seminars and conferences, and reinforce our industrial ties.

Millionaire Alex Yanovsky: one fateful meeting can change everything

Thrive Global

A simple story about how one chance meeting can affect a person’s fate and thinking. That time it was a normal situation when all people think in one similar way and nobody is trying to be special. The fateful meeting that changed Alex’s life.

Meeting minutes grammar: Test your skills

Business Management Daily

If there’s one place at work you can get stuck in a grammar rut, it’s while writing meeting minutes. Our editorial team had fun making these quizzes to test your meeting minutes grammar skillset, and you should too. I would like to visit your city sometime / some time.

Professional conferences 101: Get more from employee attendance in 5 steps

Insperity

Attending a professional conference should be much more than a chance for your employees to polish their golf game or get out of the office for a few days. It’s important your employees understand that approval for them to attend an industry event is a sign your organization values them and wants to invest in their career. Here’s how to help everyone on your staff maximize the value of attending a professional conference. Meet and greet.

6 Must-Attend Events At HR Tech Conference And Expo

TalentCulture

Here are my six must-attend events to attend while at the industry’s biggest show of the year. Don’t forget to take an hour away from all of those awesome Speakers and seminars to tune in for the special #TChat show live from the event at 1pm ET on Wednesday 21st October.

Paying Employees for On-Call Time and Travel Time

FingerCheck

Generally, as outlined under federal law , you must pay your employees for any of their time that you control and that benefits you, including periods of inactivity when employees are waiting for work. . “All on-call time is not hours worked,” says Attorney Jonathan A.

How Do You Lead in Times of Chaos?

Newmeasures

I’m reminded of a seminar I attended recently called “ Thriving in Chaos ,” led by Corinne Hancock. During “normal” times, we have the mental energy to focus on improvement, work through our development opportunities, and practice new ways of doing things.

People analytics and learning: Driving workforce development by delivering the right solution to the right people at the right time

Bersin with Deloitte

Calibrated through multiple data points, these precise solutions drive business outcomes by delivering the right intervention to the right person at the right time. This is the cue for real-time learning analytics and insights.

6 Ways to Write Notes Correctly to Be Prepared for Team Meeting

Effortless HR

In project management, meetings are not special occasions like in other fields but a regular thing. There are meetings with authorities, suppliers, clients, shareholders and team members to attend on top of the often hectic work schedule. It is easy to get confused or even forget what the last meeting was about unless you took some notes, which is (sort of) the point of this article. Why You Should Write Notes in Meetings. General resolution of the meeting.

Quick Shots for #HR and #Business Pros – March 2015

HR Bartender

Next week, I will be attending SHRM’s Business Acumen: Integrating HR Across Operations seminar here in Fort Lauderdale. SHRM offers various seminars like this one in cities across the nation and prior to their annual conference, which is being held in Las Vegas on June 28-July 1.

Lawsuit highlights the risk of unpaid training time

Ohio Employer's Law

The suit claimed the Fair Labor Standards Act and state law required trainees be paid at least minimum wage “because, among other things, attendance was mandatory, the course material was related to the trainee’s job, and attendance was during regular working hours.”.

Embrace Back of the Room Learning

HR Bartender

When I attend conferences, workshops, seminars, or training sessions, I like to sit in the back of the room. I’ve been quiet on this topic for quite some time, but decided to share my thoughts. Frankly, that’s the meeting planner’s issue. I have a confession to make.

SHRM Certification: You Can Get More Than 60

HR Bartender

Advance Your Education – continuing education including conferences, seminars, eLearning, webinars, etc. It also includes programs held at local SHRM chapter meetings and reading HR books that have been pre-approved for credit.

Live, In-Person Option for Harassment Prevention Training

HRWatchdog

Meet our California harassment prevention experts, Jennifer Shaw and Erika Frank. Live and In Person: California Harassment Prevention Training Seminar. Time: 8:30 a.m. Seating is limited to 100 attendees per seminar.

5 Ways To Improve Employee Development At Your Company

15Five

This meets our basic needs to be seen, heard, acknowledged, and validated—needs that often go unmet in many work environments. Books and seminars don’t just have to be about business. Every company has it’s own set of priorities to help take it to the next level.

How to Show You’re Thankful for Your Employees

Reflektive

The holidays are the perfect time to show your employees how much you value and appreciate them. So, this is the perfect time to remember what your parents taught you—a simple “please” and “thank you” can make a huge difference when communicating with your coworkers. Praise your employee’s efforts at an all-hands meeting, departmental meeting, or on a public recognition wall. Give Them A Little Extra Time-Off.

HR Cares & FirstLight Home Care's Culture of Care

ClearCompany HRM

Last year I was attending a seminar and heard the cynical phrase, “Human Resources is neither human, nor resourceful.” Monthly caregiver meetings to discuss ongoing education, programs, services, etc.

SHRM13 Why Your Talent aren't Talent - Jon Ingham's Strategic HCM

Strategic HCM

There were some great sessions going on, and it was wonderful to catch up with and meet lots of great HR people too, though I ended up working in my hotel room more than Id wanted. Ill also be attending, blogging and tweeting on Davids EMEA NeuroLeadership Summit in September.

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21 Top Talent Management, People Ops, And HR Conferences In 2019

15Five

Perhaps this is because many companies don’t know how to create a learning and development program internally, or lack the resources to provide what they see as a perk, via external learning experiences like conferences and seminars. Manage your time. Attend the expo.

13 employee development tactics every manager can take advantage of today

HR Morning

If your managers spend most of their time looking for failures, they will find them and the work environment will reflect that. And supervisors can double the impact by making their recognition more public, such as at a meeting. Meet with specific employees.

3 Things To Do This Month for Your Career

45 Things

At this time of year, many of us are dealing with back-to-school chaos or taking the last days of warm weather to go on vacation. It's a great time to say "I hope you've enjoyed your summer!" This will take some time and shouldn't be rushed in between emails and meetings.

How To Convince Your Boss To Send You To A Conference

Dr. Nadine

Create an agenda of which workshops/seminars you’d like to attend and why. Come up with a quick elevator pitch for your top 3 reasons to attend. When approaching your boss about attending the conference, be concise and to the point, while still making your case.

How To Convince Your Boss To Send You To A Conference

Dr. Nadine

Create an agenda of which workshops/seminars you’d like to attend and why. Come up with a quick elevator pitch for your top 3 reasons to attend. When approaching your boss about attending the conference, be concise and to the point, while still making your case.

Your HR Recommendations Being Dismissed? Helpful Tips on What to Do

HRWatchdog

Attending training, reading an employment law newsletter or completing an employment law updates seminar not only provides an HR professional with timely information, but also the data and concrete examples that professionals can show to their company’s leadership to support policy recommendations.

What are the Three Keys to Success in Your Job?

PerformanceICreate

This is a question Dan John, strength and conditioning icon and author of Never Let Go: A Philosophy of Lifting, Living, and Learning , says he asks every professional he meets. “ What are the three keys to success in your field?

GetFive Names Its 2020 HR Heroes

GetFive

Strategic HR can mean different things in different situations and Laura’s prescription was exactly what Workfront required at this time. Being president of NYC SHRM is a full-time job, and Janet does this on a volunteer basis with an amazing sense of humor and contagious smile every day.

Devoxx Krakow 2019

Qualtrics HR

With thought leadership, seminars, vendors, employers, and peers all in place, these events were designed for developers, by developers. The Event Analytics team took on this challenge and prepared the technology during time that is dedicated to self-development.

Solving The Leadership Development Dilemma

BetterUp

Organizations need a new type of leader to meet these challenges and opportunities, one with skills and capabilities beyond those of the past. Leaders need strong emotional intelligence, such as empathy and interpersonal skills, to help build trust and engagement during challenging times.

How to build your first employee training program

Workable

Training just for the sake of it costs money and time. Some employees might want training on communication techniques and time-management methods. Here’s a breakdown of both classroom-style and workshop programs: In-house seminars vs. Industry conferences.

3 Ways to Provide Learning Opportunities In The Workplace

Everwise

Connection to the business: help employees see the larger impact of their role by including them in relevant conversations, tasks, or meetings with senior leaders. Reimburse employees for seminars, lectures, materials, or conferences they attend that are related to their roles.

Building a Talent Development Program for Millennials

Everwise

Millennials are assuming management roles in increasing numbers, and will shape the landscape of how we do work for a long time to come. Even worse, a mere 7% of organizations invest in dedicated time for Millennials (even high potential ones) to interact with senior management.

Tips from Digital Detox Camp: How to Improve Employee Engagement

Cornerstone On Demand

From checking emails, researching for work, scrolling through Instagram and playing games, our average screen time only continues to expand. They also found that 85 percent of employees experienced discomfort on a daily basis due to screen time—pain in the neck, shoulders, wrists, upper back and hands. At CAMP, guests attend seminars from thought leaders, participate in workshops, go horseback riding and do yoga—all without their devices. Have walking meetings!