Conducting Effective Internal InvestigationsContains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 10/10/2019 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Employers face numerous issues when conducting an internal investigation. Under many federal and state laws, employers are legally obligated to investigate complaints of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, safety, financial irregularity, and ethics in a timely manner. When properly conducted, an internal investigation can help any employer identify risks and remedy potential issues. Learn how to conduct a proper investigation and avoid legal risk.
Getting Started With People Analytics
People analytics is one of the many buzz words that are being thrown around the Human Resources community as of late. In this webinar, we will talk through what "people analytics" really means, discuss the implications programs have on your workforce, and simple steps to get started.
Safe Conversations: Dialogue that Transforms Workplace Culture
Strained working relationships often result in lowered productivity, employee underperformance, and negative workplace culture. Encouraging “safe conversations” within your organization can improve relationships and foster greater innovation, inclusion, and collaboration by effectively addressing tough workplace issues quickly and confidently. Join presenter Lorie Reichel-Howe on August 28 for the Safe Conversations: Dialogues that Transform Workplace Culture webinar to see how you can bring “safe conversations” to your organization.
Government Affairs Update August 2019
Join IPMA-HR's Executive Director, Neil Reichenberg, for this critical government affairs update on federal legislative, regulatory, and judicial activity during the first half of 2019 and a prediction on what to expect during the rest of the year. Topics to be discussed include: FLSA Regulations DOL Opinion Letters Mandatory Public Sector Bargaining Minimum Wage Future of the ACA Paid Family Leave Public Pensions Age Discrimination Sexual Orientation/Transgender Discrimination Use of Prior Salary
Benefits Survey Best Practices
Over 4,000 organizations from the across the country participated in the 2019 Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking Survey including over 500 public entities. We will provide an overview of the national results along with a deeper dive into the benefit trends among public entities. We will also cover some of the emerging trends in the employee benefit space including cost containment strategies.