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Navigating the Opioid Crisis (Jackson)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
Free

TN Chamber Presents: Tools to Help Employers Navigate the Opioid Crisis Tennessee has been hit hard by the opioid crisis—harming individuals, families, communities, and employers.  Each year, Tennessee’s economy loses billions in lost workforce productivity.  The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry is working to provide real solutions to employers to better manage this the opioid crisis.    Join us for a breakfast discussion, connect with recovery resources, and learn how to create programs to support employees struggling with opioid dependence.  Each event will highlight local resources and organizations employers can work...

The 2020 State of OSHA Webinar: What’s New With Workplace Safety Enforcement?


Hosted by Fisher Phillips
Webinar
$49

This interactive, engaging and comprehensive webinar walks attendees through an OSHA inspection and offers an in-depth, practical examination of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (the “Act”) and how it, and the Secretary of Labor’s right to enforce the Act, may potentially affect his or her business and its bottom line. A focus of this webinar will be how OSHA is currently enforcing the Act and how the rules adopted by OSHA in the last 5 years have been enforced, if at all, as well...

Soft Skills Boot Camp: Knoxville


Presented by Greg Coker
Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
$125: TN Chamber Member $175: Non-members

The Issue: The Lack of Soft Skills   While today’s employees are technically competent, they often lack what is commonly referred to as “Soft Skills”.  Work Ready skills such as: communication, problem solving, customer service, teamwork, and conflict resolution.  They leave school knowing “things” but not “people.”   They’re good at the “what” but not so good with the “who.”  In fact, the most common feedback from employers, workforce development professionals and employment agencies is that while today’s employees are technically competent, they often lack the important “soft skills.” Now more than ever those entering the workforce need a crash course...

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series


Hosted by Burr Forman
Seminar


Seminar Location: Burr Forman McNair 104 S. Main Street, Suite 700 Greenville, SC 29601 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

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series (#2)


Hosted by Burr Forman
Seminar


Seminar Location: Anderson County Library 300 N McDuffie Street Anderson, SC 29621 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

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series (#3)


Hosted by Burr Forman McNair
Seminar


Seminar Location: Burr Forman McNair 100 Calhoun Street, Suite 400 Charleston, SC 29401 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

Navigating the Opioid Crisis (Kingsport)


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
Free

TN Chamber Presents: Tools to Help Employers Navigate the Opioid Crisis Tennessee has been hit hard by the opioid crisis—harming individuals, families, communities, and employers.  Each year, Tennessee’s economy loses billions in lost workforce productivity.  The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry is working to provide real solutions to employers to better manage this the opioid crisis.    Join us for a breakfast discussion, connect with recovery resources, and learn how to create programs to support employees struggling with opioid dependence.  Each event will highlight local resources and organizations employers can work...

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series (#4)


Hosted by Burr Forman McNair
Seminar


Seminar Location: Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce 1200 N. Oak Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 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

Soft Skills Boot Camp: Jackson


Presented by Greg Coker
Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
$125: TN Chamber of Commerce Members $175: Non-members

The Issue: The Lack of Soft Skills While today’s employees are technically competent, they often lack what is commonly referred to as “Soft Skills”.  Work Ready skills such as: communication, problem solving, customer service, teamwork, and conflict resolution.  They leave school knowing “things” but not “people.”   They’re good at the “what” but not so good with the “who.”  In fact, the most common feedback from employers, workforce development professionals and employment agencies is that while today’s employees are technically competent, they often lack the important “soft skills.” Now more than ever those entering the workforce need...

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series (#5)


Hosted by Burr Forman McNair
Seminar


Seminar Location: Burr FOrman McNair 1221 Main Street, Suite 1800 Columbia, SC 29201 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

Labor & Employment First Quarter Series (#6)


Hosted by Burr Forman McNair
Seminar


Seminar Location: Hilton Head/Bluffton Chamber 1 Chamber of Commerce Drive Hilton Head Island, SC 29938 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

Soft Skills Boot Camp: Murfreesboro


Presented by Greg Coker
Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
$125: TN members $175: Non-members

The Issue: The Lack of Soft Skills While today’s employees are technically competent, they often lack what is commonly referred to as “Soft Skills”.  Work Ready skills such as: communication, problem solving, customer service, teamwork, and conflict resolution.  They leave school knowing “things” but not “people.”   They’re good at the “what” but not so good with the “who.”  In fact, the most common feedback from employers, workforce development professionals and employment agencies is that while today’s employees are technically competent, they often lack the important “soft skills.” Now more than ever those entering the workforce need...

Navigating the Opioid Crisis


Hosted by Tennessee Chamber of Commerce
Seminar
Free

TN Chamber Presents: Tools to Help Employers Navigate the Opioid Crisis Tennessee has been hit hard by the opioid crisis—harming individuals, families, communities, and employers.  Each year, Tennessee’s economy loses billions in lost workforce productivity.  The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry is working to provide real solutions to employers to better manage this the opioid crisis.    Join us for a breakfast discussion, connect with recovery resources, and learn how to create programs to support employees struggling with opioid dependence.  Each event will highlight local resources and organizations employers can work...

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

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

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