Business Training Webinars
Employment laws surrounding COVID-19 are ever-changing, leaving many puzzled by the rapid pace. Changes in legislation have affected entire industries and being aware of these changes may be essential to your organization’s future.
This training is designed to bring attention to legal matters concerning the pandemic and related changes throughout the country. Throughout the training, you will be invited to ask questions to grow your understanding about current laws, ultimately, gaining knowledge on how present day legislation can influence your organization.
A strong diversity and inclusion strategy can help your organization attract top talent and drive innovative results. It is important to create an environment where employees feel a sense of connectedness to the company and its people.
This training is designed to encourage introspection as it relates to challenges and feelings around diversity, equity and inclusion. Throughout the training you will be invited to privately write your thoughts on your personal culture, diversity and implicit bias. We will talk about the impact on the business and how to have a more inclusive environment where both the employees and business can be successful.
As the world evolves, Cyber Security has become vital to businesses of all sizes. A cyber breach can detrimentally impact an organization by causing outages and interruptions, ultimately damaging a company’s reputation. As reliance on technology increases, it’s crucial for businesses to evaluate security measures and prepare for the potential financial devastation of a cybercrime. As a result, AlphaStaff has partnered with Brian Thornton, a leading cyber security expert and President of ProWriters, to provide education on Cyber Security as it relates to businesses. With opening comments from AlphaStaff’s CEO & President, Cristina Bouchard, this webinar will cover different types of cyber exposure, how to lower your risk and ultimately protect your business from an attack.
In a traditional office setting, supervisors interact in person with their teams on a regular basis. Communication can be easy, natural and free-flowing.
However, with remote workers comprising a growing percentage of the workforce, managers need new, inventive ways to establish rapport, set expectations, and celebrate success. During this webinar we will discuss 10 tips for managing a remote workforce.
Progressive discipline is a method that uses graduated steps to address problems related to an employee’s conduct or performance in the workplace. The objective of progressive discipline is to help the employee correct conduct problems and resolve performance issues at an early stage.
• Using a progressive discipline system:
• Provides a consistent, objective and fair process for disciplining.
• Promotes open communication between a supervisor and his or her employee.
• Improves employee productivity.
• Potentially increases employee retention by resolving issues.
• Provides important documentation should a termination become necessary.
Join us as we discuss the most recent Employment Regulations and Legal Updates with Jackson Lewis.
Focused on labor and employment law since 1958, Jackson Lewis P.C.’s 950+ attorneys located in major cities nationwide consistently identify and respond to new ways workplace law intersects business. We help employers develop proactive strategies, strong policies and business-oriented solutions to cultivate high-functioning workforces that are engaged, stable and diverse, and share our clients’ goals to emphasize inclusivity and respect for the contribution of every employee.
Many employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of, and post serious work-related injuries and illnesses. With the pandemic, OSHA issued temporary enforcement guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar addresses how OSHA defines recordable injuries and illnesses along with what is required of employers, including the timeframe when a company’s 300 log is posted and how COVID-19 plays a part in reportable cases.
A new year brings a fresh start, but many challenges employers faced in 2020 will continue into 2021. AlphaStaff remains committed to providing you with timely information and expert advice to help you navigate these extraordinary times. Please join us for an informative session with Baker Donelson attorney, Dena Sokolow, as we discuss several COVID-19 hot topics:
Voluntary compliance under the now expired FFCRA and the status of state COVID leave programs
Key wage and hour considerations for work-from-home arrangements
Recordkeeping obligations for employee screenings and workplace COVID outbreaks
Everything you and your employees need to know about the W-2 process and timing
Join us as we review many important items that will help make a successful Year-End. We’ll review the W-2 process, explaining changes that occurred during 2020 and how they’ll affect your employee’s W-2s, discuss some of the most common year-end adjustments, and review how to ensure your employee information is correct. We’ll also go over all the important year-end deadlines.
You may know that several states mandate anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training for managers, but did you know that some states mandate annual training for all employees? With these laws and today’s environment, it is critical now, maybe more than ever, that you provide training to ensure your managers know what their obligations are to ensure a workplace free from harassment and discrimination and to avoid costly lawsuits. Join this webinar to learn more and ask questions.
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