Human Resources for Financial Institutions - 9 Webinar Bundle

This bundle contains 9 of our Human Resources webinars at a discounted price of $1895 (a $2,655 value)!

Recorded Wednesday,
December 1st, 2021
Presented by Bob Gregg
18h total length
$1,895.00 or 8 Tokens

Includes: 12 months of OnDemand playback access

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  • Risk Management/Legal
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  • Branch Manager
  • Facilities Manager
  • Human Resources Officer
  • IT Professional
  • Risk Manager
  • Senior Management
  • Trainer

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This bundle contains 9 of our Human Resources webinars at a discounted price of $1895 (a $2,655 value)! Each webinar is 2 hours in length. Registrations include twelve months of OnDemand playback.

These webinars are entirely presented by Boardman & Clark LLP, based in Madison, Wisconsin.

What You'll Learn

Working Remotely - Prepare for the New Normal
Presented by Bob Gregg
Based on their experience, some employers may decide in the coming months and years to shift more work to be home-based. At what savings? What cost? What liability? Post pandemic, many more employees will demand to be able to work from home; many employers may resist. Depending on how long the health risk remains, older workers and employees with pre-existing conditions may have no choice but to seek an accommodation to work from home. Some studies show that working from home increases productivity by 13%. Some employers have found this not so, and experienced problems and increased liability with home work.

Firing: It's Not Easy, But It Can Be Legal
Presented by Bob Gregg
The need to terminate an employee can arise despite your best efforts, and by then it may already be too late to "do it properly." To keep your terminations legal and avoid costly errors, learn what you need to know about terminations before you need to know it. Learn how to approach situations in a way that may solve problems and avoid termination. Emphasis is placed on practical techniques for supervisors to use within the legal framework of employment laws, and how to document so that corrective discipline or discharge will stand up to challenge.

Addressing Disabilities in the Workplace
Presented by Jennifer Mirus
This webinar will walk employers through a roadmap of effectively addressing disability issues in the workplace. Special focus will be given to the complexities involved with mental disabilities and how to address issues where a disability is impacting the employee's performance. Attendees will leave with a clearer understanding of what the laws require and proper steps to take to move these difficult issues forward and to reduce legal risk.

What Employers Need to Know About Marijuana, CBD, Other Drugs, and Employment Laws
Presented by Brian Goodman
After decades of being illegal, marijuana and CBD products are increasingly becoming legal under state laws. Even the federal government has loosened its restrictions on CBD products derived from hemp, including one FDA approved medical treatment. However, states vary widely in their laws. Some permit only limited medical use of the products, while other states have legalized recreational use. States also vary in the amount and nature of legal protections that state laws provide to employees that use CBD and marijuana products.

Non-Compete Agreements and Restrictive Covenants: Protecting Your Organization
Presented by Bob Gregg
Do you have any protection? You make great investments in training, support and developing an employee's skills and relationships with your technology, customers and confidential information. Then that person leaves and uses all of that special knowledge to take your customers and business secrets to a competitor. How can you protect your company’s interests before that scenario takes place?

Protecting Your Salaried-Exempt Status
Presented by Bob Gregg
The Department of Labor changed the rules for salaried-exempt employees. Employers made major efforts to examine, adjust and properly classify exempt positions. HOWEVER, that is just the starting point. Once you have a salaried employee classified as exempt from overtime, don't undo it and make a mistake which turns that exempt salaried employee into a non-exempt worker.

Work Appearance, Dress Codes and Employer's Liability for Being Out of Fashion
Presented by Bob Gregg
The laws are changing fast! What is “appropriate” work appearance? Do you have the right to tell employees what to wear? How much can an employer dictate styles of dress, hair, perfume or jewelry? When do company appearance rules become discriminatory or violate employees’ legal rights? Employers are often shocked to find they have gone over the line. Sometimes that shock costs dearly in legal fees and damages. This program will cover the practical and legal issues of the current trends in workplace appearance, and what you should and shouldn’t do about them.

Employment Records and How to Keep Them
Presented by Bob Gregg
This program provides information not just on what records you should keep and for how long, but on the several underlying and even more important issues of record creation, storage, and the DON’TS which create the major liabilities.

HR Basics for Supervisors
Presented by Jennifer Mirus
This webinar will provide your managers with a valuable and easy to understand overview of key HR concepts and laws, and will give them practical information and tools they can use to avoid legal pitfalls.

Who Should Attend

Human Resources Managers, Safety & Security & IT personnel, Branch Managers, Executives, Supervisors.

Bob Gregg

Instructor Bio

Bob Gregg, Boardman & Clark Law Firm in Madison, Wisconsin, has been involved in employment relations for more than 30 years. He litigates employment cases, representing employers in employment contracts, discrimination cases, FLSA, FMLA and all other areas of employment law. His main emphasis is helping employers achieve enhanced productivity, creating positive work environments and resolving employment problems before they generate lawsuits. Bob has conducted over 3,000 seminars throughout the United States and authored numerous articles on practical employment issues. Bob is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the National Speakers Association. He is also a National Faculty Member of the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity and served on the Board of Directors for the Department of Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute Foundation.