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Intermittent FMLA Leave: Understand the Requirements and Prevent Abuse
  • Tuesday, November 19
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she breaks down the issues with intermittent FMLA leave into easy to understand tips and how-tos, which will help you ensure that your organization is in compliance with the law’s requirements and that your employees are not abusing their leave privileges.

Important HR Employment Law Issues for 2020: It’s Time to Prepare Now
  • Wednesday, November 20
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join HR employment law expert Melissa Fleischer, Esq. as she helps prepare you for these changes and helps you make sure your organization is protected from potential legal liability in the year ahead.

Military Veterans: Best Practices for Civilian Employers Hiring and Supporting Vets
  • Thursday, November 21
  • Webinar
Sarah E. Minnis

Please join Dr. Sarah Minnis for an introduction to veteran transition issues, exploration of foundational descriptions of military friendly, and a guide to a series of implications for future veteran support. Additionally, based on current research, we will discuss a framework and working definition of “military friendly” organizations.

Payroll Year End and Preparing for 2020
  • Tuesday, November 26
  • Webinar
Dayna Reum

Please join Dayna Reum for a review of updated information reporting deadlines and penalties and updates to how we process the W-2 form.

Final New Form W-4 and How to Calculate Income Tax Withholding in 2020
  • Monday, December 2
  • Webinar
Dayna Reum

Please join Dayna Reum for comprehensive guidance through the implications of the new Form W-4 and related tax withholding rules.

Employee Benefits Manager Certification Training Program: Understanding the Essentials (Multi-Session Series)
  • Monday, December 2
  • Webinar
Christine Williams

The Employee Benefits Manager Certification Training Program: Understanding the Essentials offers comprehensive employee benefits training to employee benefits professionals who have not necessarily had an opportunity for formal employee benefits training. Each session in this series will focus on one or more important aspects of benefits management, with the goal of helping benefits managers address their duties with increased knowledge and confidence and to demonstrate their competence. The program offers an efficient and comprehensive way to cover the employee benefits essentials in just one week. It will help you perform better at your job and earn respect as an employee benefits leader.

Telecommuting Employee Requirements: Strategies to Avoid Legal Pitfalls
  • Tuesday, December 3
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she provides step-by-step guidance on how to avoid the legal pitfalls associated with a telecommuting workforce.

Updated EEO-1 Reporting Requirement: Step-by-Step Guidance & Review
  • Thursday, December 5
  • Webinar
Cheryl Behymer

Please join Cheryl Behymer, attorney at law, as she reviews this year's two-part filing requirements step-by-step and offers suggestions for how the EEOC and OFCCP may interpret the workforce data you'll be sending them.

Unemployment Insurance: What Employers Need to Know Moving Forward
  • Friday, December 6
  • Webinar
Ronald Adler

Please join Ronald Adler as he provides an update on federal and state UI issues, discusses 2020-2021 state tax liabilities, assesses the risks and costs associated with UI taxes and benefits, and discusses effective UI tax management and cost control techniques.

Avoiding Liability Under the FLSA: Three-Part FLSA Bootcamp for HR Professionals (Multi Session)
  • Tuesday, December 10
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Avoiding Liability Under the FLSA: Three-Part FLSA Bootcamp for HR Professionals offers important answers to these and other key FLSA compliance questions. Avoiding Liability Under the FLSA: Three-Part FLSA Bootcamp for HR Professionals also offers a comprehensive understanding of all of the current and emerging FLSA compliance requirements. You’ll get all this in just three sessions. In addition, you’ll discuss practical real life case studies.

Final FLSA Overtime Rule Issued by DOL: What You Need to Know
  • Tuesday, December 10
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she provides this in-depth overview of the Final Rule and advice on methods for employers to ensure compliance with these revisions to the FLSA.

FLSA Compensable Time Issues That Can Trip You Up Big Time
  • Wednesday, December 11
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she explains the compensable and overtime rules step-by-step and gives examples of the problems employers face while also offering practical solutions that will keep you in compliance with the FLSA overtime and compensable time requirements.

Independent Contractor or Full-Time Employee Classification: Current DOL & IRS Requirements and FLSA Rules for Using Unpaid Interns
  • Thursday, December 12
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law, as she takes you step-by-step through your own independent contractor self-audit to make sure that you have everyone classified correctly and are prepared with the documentation you need should your employer be selected for an audit.

Medicare and Employer-Sponsored Health Plans: Know the Rules and Avoid Problems
  • Friday, December 13
  • Webinar
Christine Williams

Join Christine Williams, founder of Health Plan Plain Talk, as she explains the rules and how to avoid Medicare problems.

Pronouns in the Workplace: Policies, Procedures and Practices
  • Tuesday, December 17
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Sometimes managers can create inadvertent problems for organizations merely by refusing to comply with an employee’s request to be called by a certain name or pronoun. Managers usually think this is ridiculous or not important and fail to comply with the employee’s wishes. This can cause significant legal liability for an organization. Today, more than ever, managers and others in the workplace need to understand what the use of pronouns means, how failing to do this can create legal liability for an organization, and what the pronoun policy should include. But what pronouns should you use? Should you have a policy on pronouns? What should such a policy include? Should you provide training on this issue?

Supervisor & Manager Training Workshop: Hands-On Training to Reduce Employer Risk and Liability
  • Wednesday, December 18
  • Webinar
Robert Gregg

The Supervisor & Manager Training Workshop, in three 90-minute sessions, offers comprehensive supervisory training aimed at reducing the risks for employers caused by the poor management decisions of their supervisory and management personnel. Each session focuses on a key management area where your supervisors and managers due to their poor management practices are likely exposing your employer to unwanted employee-related risks.

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