This presentation helps human resources professionals understand the three most important steps to preventing high turnover and lawsuits that result from toxic workplace culture.
Companies are increasingly finding themselves responsible for training employees on basic work habits (such as showing up on time or answering the phone) and “common sense.” In this training we will cover why these issues fall to employers and why this isn’t going to change anytime soon.
This presentation offers a practical alternative to consider when looking at performance and how to manage it. The key is for managers to see performance management as an ongoing cycle that results in a no-surprise evaluation at the end of the year.
This is a full-day event going in-depth on employee engagement, gamification, and culture.
Leading by example, meaningful communication, and setting clear expectations are all key to a leader’s success, and yet these talents seem to allude many managers.
Providing a proven negotiation framework and strategy applicable to virtually all business and organizational settings, as well as the key negotiation tools, techniques and methods used by experienced negotiators; the negotiation framework presented employs the best practices of the Harvard-MIT program on negotiation (PON), as well as proven negotiation tools from similar successful programs.
Learn the importance of understanding institutional racism and how we, as a community, can work together to build positive relationships in our places of work and in our communities.
Understand why a healthy workforce is essential to business success while identifying the factors that detract from wellness program engagement. Learn strategies to develop and launch an effective wellness program.
Organizational success often depends on how well people work together. Designed with the “train-the-trainer” concept in mind, this program is offered as a way for HR to be more strategic with their customer; the direct supervisor.
In this engaging and relevant event, we will review the contribution of analytics in people management and illustrate the many applications HR practitioners can employ across the various functional areas of HR.
Self-regulation in the areas of socially responsible investing, environmental sustainability and social well-being contribute to the bottom line when it comes to recruiting, retention, total rewards, morale, professional development, etc. What is your company currently doing?
Participants of all levels will benefit by attending the HR Academy. Those newly assigned to the HR function will gain insight and a practical understanding of the complex field of HR management and administration, while more experienced attendees revisit core principles and learn new practices and trends.
This exciting event will feature corporate HR tours with employers in Seattle, WA, keynote addresses by recognized experts in the field, career-building activities designed to develop lasting relationships, and concurrent sessions focused on contemporary HR topics.
LCHRA is proud to be partnering with ASSE's Cascade Chapter to bring you the Cascade Occupational Safety & Health Conference. Follow the HR Track to earn up to 8.5 continuing education credits over the course of this two-day conference.
With the shifting political landscape surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion in learning organizations, Dr. Pittard will detail pressing implications for strategic leadership, resource alignment, and talent development.
Can your company afford a data breach? Can your employees afford to have their identities stolen?