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Disciplining (or Terminating) an Employee: What to Do – and What Not to Do
  • Wednesday, January 29
  • Webinar
Janette Levey-Frisch

Please join attorney Janette Levey-Frisch as she helps you learn and understand best practices of performance improvement plans, discipline, and termination in connection with performance or conduct issues.

Onboarding: Best Practices for Hiring and Retaining the Best Talent
  • Thursday, January 30
  • Webinar
Nina Woodard

Finding talent is difficult, and having to replace employees after you have invested time with them is costly. The key to helping new hires feel connected is an effective onboarding program. Onboarding goes beyond the first day and required paperwork. It extends throughout the first year to eighteen months to ensure that the new hire’s experience of the organization creates a “stickiness” that will engage her for the long haul.

Alternatives to the H-1B Visa Lottery: Other Ways to Hire Foreign Workers Legally
  • On-demand
Richard F. Verstegen

Please join Richard F. Verstegen as he explains the H-1B visa process, alternate authorities to hire foreign workers, and other strategies to hire and retain foreign talent for your organization.

April 1, H-1B Visa Petitions Begin: Guidance for Employer Sponsors
  • On-demand
Shanon R. Stevenson

Please join Shanon R. Stevenson, attorney at law, as she takes you through the H-1B visa petition process helping you to identify potential questions that might arise along the way before they are asked.

OFCCP Quarterly Compliance Calendar Update: Federal Contractor and Sub-Contractor Requirements
  • On-demand
Cheryl Behymer

Please join Cheryl Behymer, attorney at law, as she provides analysis and guidance to help you be ready for what the OFCCP has in store for federal contractors and subcontractors.

The New Year Rings in a New I-9 and New Higher Penalties for Employer Noncompliance
  • On-demand
Shanon R. Stevenson

Please join Shanon R. Stevenson, attorney at law, as she reviews the federal requirements that govern your employer’s I-9 responsibilities and offers best practices for avoiding penalties.

Avoiding Potential Liability for Misclassification of Workers as Exempt or Nonexempt: What the FLSA Requires
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she shows you step-by-step how to properly classify your employees as exempt or non-exempt based on FLSA requirements. Her clear explanations and illustrations will leave you with a practical understanding of the FLSA requirements, and in a stronger position to defend your decisions.

Ban the Box Laws: The Latest Guidance on Employment Application Requests for Prior Criminal History
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, in this important webinar focusing on ban the box laws and requirements for your workplace.

Hiring Employees in Canada or Mexico? Employment and Labor Law Issues You Need to Know
  • On-demand
William D. Wright

Please join William D. Wright as he focuses on many of the employment and labor laws of Canada and Mexico that U.S. and other multi-national employers interested in hiring employees in Canada and/or Mexico, or placing employees in either country, should understand in order to best comply with the laws and leverage their business opportunities.

Employee Offboarding Best Practices: Protect Your Company’s Reputation and Ensure Smooth Transitions
  • On-demand
Nina Woodard

Please join Nina Woodard as she explores best offboarding practices and how they impact your bottom line. She will demonstrate offboarding’s direct ROI and how it can dramatically impact your talent acquisition strategies, who buys your products, and how well your company is prepared for a changing workforce. Finally she will show that by giving employees the red carpet treatment during their exit, they will be better brand ambassadors, and better spokespeople and allies, telling their talented colleagues about your organization… they might even work for you again!

Managing Incentive-based Compensation Plans: Methods for Improving Employee Performance
  • On-demand
Gary Deutsch

This incentive-based compensation webinar will provide you with best practices for evaluating the structure of incentive-based compensation plans. The focus will be on how to structure plans so that long-term financial goals can be balanced with employee behaviors and morale.

Predictive Hiring: 5 Key Steps to Hiring Right the First Time
  • On-demand
Mindy Bortness

Please join Mindy Bortness for this hands-on, do-the-work workshop, in which she will explore a proven method that will show you where to start and take you through practical, pragmatic steps to reduce hiring costs and turnover, increase productivity, and build an empowered team.

Risks of Hiring Independent Contractors: More Than Just Misclassification
  • On-demand
Janette Levey Frisch

Please join Janette Levey Frisch to learn the risks of using independent contractors—beyond those associated with worker misclassification—and how to avoid or minimize them so that your company and the contractors can enjoy a mutually beneficial business relationship.

Affirmative Action Plan Preparation: Guidance for Writing Your Plan and Interpreting the Results
  • On-demand
Cheryl Behymer

Please join Cheryl Behymer, attorney at law, as she guides you step-by-step through how to prepare your AAP and offers practical suggestions for interpreting and presenting your results in an actionable manner.

How to Retain Employees in a Competitive Market: What Employees Want and How to Meet Their Needs
  • On-demand
Salvatore LoDico

Please join Salvatore LoDico as he identifies potential risk areas for losing employees, explores best practices for enhancing employee satisfaction and engagement, and helps you create a favorable work environment for your entire staff. For HR, one of your biggest challenges isn’t just recruiting top talent – it’s retaining it!

Make It Work – An HR Professional’s Guide to U.S. Work Visas Under the Trump Administration and the Impact of Recent Executive Actions on Immigration
  • On-demand
Shanon R. Stevenson

Please join Shanon R. Stevenson, partner at Fisher & Phillips LLP, as she discusses the various types of temporary work visas that are available for foreign nationals to work in the U.S., including B, E, F, H, J, L, O, P, Q, and TN visas, and federal requirements that govern an employer’s compliance with work visas.

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