Events and Webinars


Employee Performance Documentation


Presented by Emily Pontius at Fredrikson
Hosted by hrsimple
Webinar
FREE for current hrsimple subscribers (Jan. 2019 and later) $10: Non-subscribers

hrsimple.com subscribers please log in to register for free. Human Resources professionals know thorough, timely documentation of performance issues and discipline is key to maintaining a high performing workforce.  In this session, we will discuss the rules of documentation, strategies for effective documentation, and examples of effective and ineffective documentation.  We will also cover ways to avoid the legal pitfalls of performance documentation and discipline. Valid for: 1 hour of SHRM-CP/SCP and HRCI credit.   Have you purchased an hrsimple product in the last year? Then this webinar is FREE for you, just log in to sign up! Not sure...

20th Annual OSHA Recordkeeping Training & Workers' Compensation Seminar


Presented by William Principe and Eric Proser at Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete
Hosted by Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete
Seminar
Registration fee is $295 for each of the first three attendees, the fourth attendee from the same company is FREE! The fee includes parking, continental breakfast, lunch, and all reference materials.

Our annual OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Training and Workers' Compensation Seminar will be held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at the State Bar of Georgia in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia. This seminar will teach you the OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping analysis, review the latest interpretations, and address the issues that many recordkeepers get wrong. In addition, we'll provide you with a workers’ compensation primer regarding recent national trends, claims saving best practices, and effective defense strategies often overlooked or improperly asserted. The training is geared toward business owners, human resource professionals, company recordkeepers, safety and health managers, as well as health care providers....

Maintenance-Related TOSHA Compliance (Morristown)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
TN Members: $199 Non-Members: $245

This workshop is designed specifically for maintenance personnel responsible for correcting non-compliance areas and for maintaining machines and equipment in a manner that will guarantee continuous compliance. This workshop will help maintenance people achieve the results that are necessary to insure continuous compliance. Of course, anyone who has any TOSHA compliance responsibility can benefit from this workshop. Workshop Agenda 8:15am Registration / Introduction 8:30am Seminar starts 8:30am-Noon Lockout/Tagout, Machine Guarding, Common Electrical Hazards Discussion and Summary Noon Lunch (provided) 1:00-4:00pm Permit-Required Confined Spaces; Health Hazards Associated with Maintenance Activity Noise,...

Sizing Up the SECURE Act


Presented by David S. Rosner and Jason A. Rothman at Ogletree Deakins
Hosted by Ogletree Deakins
Webinar
$99.00 $49.00 (Ogletree Deakins client discount)

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act is the most sweeping retirement legislation since the Pension Protection Act of 2006. In this webinar, we will discuss the significant changes to retirement plans that plan sponsors must know and understand, many of which have already become effective. Topics will include how the SECURE Act impacts plan eligibility, contributions, and deferrals. We will also discuss multiple employer plans and nondiscrimination testing of frozen defined benefit plans. Register here

The Wild West of HR: Wrangling Your Workplace Issues


Presented by Brooke Nixon and Thomas Scroggins at Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP
Hosted by Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete
Seminar
The cost is $225 per person for the first registrant from a company and $200 for each additional person from that company. The fee includes all reference materials, continental breakfast, lunch, cocktail reception and parking. 

Howdy, Partners! As the perils of the wild west of human resources and employment law continue to grow, staying up to speed and preparing for the future may be more important than ever. From uncertain legislative action, unpredictable juries and unprecedented lawsuits, human resource professionals, legal counsel and business owners are facing new challenges on a daily basis. To protect your workplace from the outlaws of the old west, you need to develop a plan to avoid or defeat every duel you may have to face. Please join us as we share strategies to wrangle your workplace issues at the...

OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements


Hosted by The Business Council of New York State
Webinar
NY Business Council Members: Free Non-Members: $99

Every year from February through April certain employers in certain industries are required to post a record of workplace injuries and illnesses.  We’ll cover the recent changes to the OSHA 300 logs as well as other basic OSHA requirements that apply to all businesses. Register here    

TN, Change is Coming: Latest Developments in the H 1-B Lottery Process


Presented by David Jones and Mark Trocinski at Fisher Phillips
Hosted by Fisher Phillips
Seminar
Free

The H-1B visa program is one of the most popular visa programs in the country and the process will see big changes in 2020.  As employers, in order to be prepared for the visa lottery starting on March 1, join Fisher Phillips for an update of the latest procedural requirements set by the Department of Homeland Security and a discussion of the best legal strategies from experienced immigration law experts David Jones and Mark Trocinski. Agenda: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.  Registration, Networking and Continental Breakfast  8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Presentation 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Q&A Speakers:

Joint Employer Final Rule


Hosted by U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division
Webinar
Free

On January 16, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) published a published a final rule to revise and update the regulations interpreting joint employer status under the Fair Labor Standards Act, which had not been meaningfully updated in over 60 years. The final rule provides updated guidance for determining joint employer status when...

2020 Human Resource Issues Update


Presented by Amy Sneirson, Elizabeth Marcus, and Feng (Ken) Ann
Hosted by Maine State Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
Free

As a small business owner and an employer, you may have legal responsibilities under the federal employment anti-discrimination laws enforced by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Maine Human Rights Commission (MHRC). This workshop is designed with the intent to educate small businesses and help owners and managers focus on running a successful business by maintaining a strong EEO policy.  Whether you are dealing with a complaint filed with the EEOC/MHRC or a lawsuit filed by the EEOC/MHRC, the results can be a drain to your mental and financial resources.  Studies...

Employee Benefit Hot Topics for 2020


Presented by Tiffany D. Downs
Hosted by FordHarrison
Webinar
Free

About the Program Join Tiffany Downs, FordHarrison Partner and leader of the Employee Benefits Practice Group, as she discusses hot topics and latest trends in Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation.  This complimentary webinar session will discuss compliance, trends, and strategies for a successful year. Continuing Education  FordHarrison is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. This course is approved for 1 hour of PDCs.  This program is also pre-approved by HRCI for 1 hour of PHR, GPHR, and SPHR recertification credit. Registration To register for this complimentary...

300 Log Recordkeeping (Murfreesboro)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
TN Chamber Members: $125 Non-Members: $150

Many people are not sure how to complete the OSHA 300 forms correctly. Accurate records are important for many reasons and TOSHA expects employers to comply with the rules for keeping records that truly reflect workplace injuries and illnesses that occur in Tennessee. At this seminar, the student will get the information needed to record cases correctly, and will learn when cases should not be recorded. Correctly recorded data should also be used effectively in your facility to help maintain a safe and healthy workplace. This seminar provides practical hands-on training and information on the

Maintenance-Related TOSHA Compliance (Maury County)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
TN Members: $199 Non-Members: $245

This workshop is designed specifically for maintenance personnel responsible for correcting non-compliance areas and for maintaining machines and equipment in a manner that will guarantee continuous compliance. This workshop will help maintenance people achieve the results that are necessary to insure continuous compliance. Of course, anyone who has any TOSHA compliance responsibility can benefit from this workshop. Workshop Agenda 8:15am Registration / Introduction 8:30am Seminar starts 8:30am-Noon Lockout/Tagout, Machine Guarding, Common Electrical Hazards Discussion and Summary Noon Lunch (provided) 1:00-4:00pm Permit-Required Confined Spaces; Health Hazards Associated with Maintenance Activity Noise,...

Maintenance-Related TOSHA Compliance (Murfreesboro)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
TN Chamber Members: $199 Non-Members: $245

This workshop is designed specifically for maintenance personnel responsible for correcting non-compliance areas and for maintaining machines and equipment in a manner that will guarantee continuous compliance. This workshop will help maintenance people achieve the results that are necessary to insure continuous compliance. Of course, anyone who has any TOSHA compliance responsibility can benefit from this workshop. Workshop Agenda 8:15am Registration / Introduction 8:30am Seminar starts 8:30am-Noon Lockout/Tagout, Machine Guarding, Common Electrical Hazards Discussion and Summary Noon Lunch (provided) 1:00-4:00pm Permit-Required Confined Spaces; Health Hazards Associated with Maintenance Activity Noise,...

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series (#7)


Hosted by Burr Forman McNair
Seminar


Seminar Location: Burr & Forman 222 Second Ave South, Suite 2000 Nashville, TN 37201 A Year in Review and a Look Ahead We will highlight and discuss key legislative, case law and administrative developments in the employment and labor arena from 2019 and take a look at the crystal ball to see what to expect in 2020. Register here

Maintenance-Related TOSHA Compliance (Bartlett)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
TN Members: $199 Non-Members: $245

This workshop is designed specifically for maintenance personnel responsible for correcting non-compliance areas and for maintaining machines and equipment in a manner that will guarantee continuous compliance. This workshop will help maintenance people achieve the results that are necessary to insure continuous compliance. Of course, anyone who has any TOSHA compliance responsibility can benefit from this workshop. Workshop Agenda 8:15am Registration / Introduction 8:30am Seminar starts 8:30am-Noon Lockout/Tagout, Machine Guarding, Common Electrical Hazards Discussion and Summary Noon Lunch (provided) 1:00-4:00pm Permit-Required Confined Spaces; Health Hazards Associated with Maintenance Activity Noise,...

Jacksonville Annual Labor & Employment Law Workshop


Hosted by Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete
Seminar


SAVE THE DATE! Sessions To Include: Workplace Violence Public Sector Update Accommodating Disabilities in the Workplace ADA/FMLA/Workers’ Compensation Sex Harassment and Discrimination Measuring Performance ... and many more! STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS! Learn more here

IA: Pre-employment Testing Process Seminar


Presented by Nicole Crain, Exec. VP (ABI), Jason Horras, VP (DPT), Ann Kendell, Attorney (BrownWinnick), Dale Woolery, Director (Governor's Office of Drug Control Policy)
Hosted by ABI
Seminar
$75 ABI Members $90 Non-ABI Members

During this seminar, experts will talk about substance abuse in the workplace, as well as the testing of physical abilities to match essential job demands. Information will be provided on new legislation, current trends, what to look for and more. The seminar is March 26, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., at ABI's office in downtown Des Moines. View the agenda and register. Location:  Iowa Association of Business and Industry 400 East Court Ave, Suite 100 Des Moines, Iowa 50309 USA

Leave Management


Hosted by The Business Council of New York State
Webinar
The Business Council Members: Free Non-Members: $99

PFL/ADA/FMLA/Workers’ Compensation/NYS Short-term disability – managing an employee’s leave status while out sick, injured or caring for a family member is a challenge for businesses of all sizes.  This program will provide examples and guidance based questions received through The Business Council’s HR Hotline.   Register here

Recruitment 101


Hosted by The Business Council of New York State
Webinar
The Business Council Members: Free Non-Members: $99

Just the basics.  Is your employment application up-to-date?  What can I say in an employment advertisement?  What can I ask or not ask in an employment interview.  We’ll cover the legal issues and best practices involved in hiring a new employee. Register here

HR: How To Seminar


Hosted by Missouri Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
Members: $199 Non-Members: $249

Join us for a deep dive into the issues that matter most to Missouri’s workforce professionals and human resources practitioners. This is the perfect opportunity to keep up with the fast-changing HR industry and make sure your business is on top of the latest trends and knowledgeable about new potential legal pitfalls.   Register here

Annual Harassment Training


Webinar
The Business Council: Free Non-Members: $99

Suitable for all employees of your organization, this program will provide NYS compliant anti-harassment training.  You and/or your staff can get the required training in a 1-hour presentation. Register here

End of Session Update


Webinar
The Business Council Members: Free Non-Members: $99

We’ll review the end of the 2020 Legislative session and discuss the status of Human Resources and Labor bills passed by the NYS Legislature and how they will impact your business.

TX: Employment Relations Symposium


Hosted by Texas Association of Business, SHRM - Texas State Council and the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
TAB Member Rate $399.00 SHRM Member Rate $419.00 Non-Member $549.00 ​​ Early Bird Deadline: April 15, 2020

Texas Association of Business, SHRM - Texas State Council and the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce bring you a premier learning experience for HR, Accounting & Legal professionals in the state of Texas.  Earn credits for continuing education including: SHRM, HRCI, NASBA, CLE and CPA​​ Refund Policy – Refund cutoff date July 10, 2020.* *Registered attendees are invited to contact TAB past the refund cut-off date if significant situations occur which results in them no longer being able to attend, at which point TAB will discuss alternatives.  For more information contact CaLae Browne at cbrowne@txbiz.org.

Past Webinars

DOL Salary Regulation Changes and more

Holiday HR

Military Leave

Workplace Investigations

Handling Real World Problems

Zoinks! Generation Z joins the workplace

I-9 Compliance

Workplace investigations - what to do before and after a complaint

Transgender issues in the workplace

Romance in the Workplace

Unconscious bias - whether you realize it or not

Holiday Ready Human Resources Happens, Right?

Not Suitable for Work?

Effective documentation and employment audits

"Ban the Box" turns 20: What employers need to know about the current framework

Managing health-based leaves of absences

Performance Management Strategies: Finding Common G.R.O.U.N.D.

Recruit better – reach Hire

MeToo includes employers

Thinking about cybersecurity for human resources professionals

Changes after Trump's first year – what's new for employers?

The office . . . and marijuana

Top State and Federal Employment Issues to Look for in 2017

I-9 Changes & Immigration Update

Murky Waters: Successfully Navigating an EEOC Investigation and Litigation

Employment Issues for Federal Contractors

Steps for Effective Hiring and Recruitment

The EEOC’s Proposed Guidance of Retaliation: What You Need to Know

Employer Handbooks – How Do You Decide What to Put in Them?

New Overtime Regulations and Other FLSA Issues

OSHA 2016 Update: Increased Penalties, More Reporting and Other Trends

I-9, E-Verify And Immigration Compliance: 2016 Update

Who is a Federal Subcontractor According to the OFCCP?

Where Are My Employees? Managing FMLA and ADA Absences!

How to Manage Workplace Romance - Best Practices

To Be or Not to Be: An Employee or An Independent Contractor

Are You Ready for the Reporting Obligations Under the Affordable Care Act?

The Transitioning Legal Landscape of Transgender Workplace Rights: What Employers Need to Know

Zero Injuries and Best Practices in Workplace Safety

hrsimple.com Webinar Series: How to Conduct Workplace Investigations

hrsimple.com Webinar Series: The New Exemption Regulations…Coming Soon To Your Workplace!

hrsimple.com Webinar Series- Independent Contractors: DOL Narrows Definition

hrsimple.com Webinar Series: Privacy and Social Media in the Workplace

hrsimple.com Webinar Series: Conducting Legally Compliant Background Checks