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One day you’re doing your job and the next day you’re the one putting the human in Human Resources. Becoming responsible for HR means knowing more than how to do your job—it requires an understanding of the regulations and laws that impact how everyone else is doing their jobs. "HR Bootcamp" is a basic training course for the non-HR professional that teaches basic HR processes, policies and best practices. You’ll also learn the basics of the employment law, including the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and other important legislation, so you’ll be able to help keep your company legally compliant. Learning Objectives Acquire basic HR practices to develop an HR department that is efficient and compliant Understand basic HR processes, policies and procedures; and Best Practices Use Best Practice recruitment/interviewing skills Become familiar with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and other important legislation Your learning continues with self-paced learning between and following your sessions with the following modules: FMLA Administration ADA:  Accommodation Procedures and Compliance Who Should Attend HR Professionals HR Administrators Executives/Owners overseeing HR functions PHR Accreditation Group discount:  Enter code HRB102220 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Day 1: Thursday, October 22, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Day 2: Thursday, October 29, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Blvd. Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials. Read More

MEA Roundtables, a service available to Members, are intended to give the members' staff opportunities for professional exchange with peers.  The Roundtables are an exclusive peer forum for discussing questions and issues related to a professional field and for drawing on the combined business experience of peers.  The meetings also contribute to the participants' professional development through peer interactions.    Typical participants are C-Level, or report to C-Level within an organization and regularly make decisions that impact the workforce. Sample agenda items will include: Reinventing the performance management process Is your compensation structure working for you? Tactics for management training How to influence and get buy-in on your ideas FMLA management ​2020 Dates Friday, October 9 Friday, December 4 Year subscription: Member - $265, Pro-rated - $133 If you have any questions, please contact Carol Kelly, Training Coordinator, at 800-662-6238 or registration@meainfo.org . When 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800-662-6238 Read More

MEA Roundtables, a service available to Members, are intended to give the members' staff opportunities for professional exchange with peers.  The Roundtables are an exclusive peer forum for discussing questions and issues related to a professional field and for drawing on the combined business experience of peers.  The meetings also contribute to the participants' professional development through peer interactions.    Typical participants are C-Level, or report to C-Level within an organization and regularly make decisions that impact the workforce. Sample agenda items will include: Reinventing the performance management process Is your compensation structure working for you? Tactics for management training How to influence and get buy-in on your ideas FMLA management ​2020 Dates Friday, February 7 Friday, June 19 Friday, October 9 Friday, December 4 Year subscription: Member - $265, Pro-rated - $67 If you have any questions, please contact Carol Kelly, Training Coordinator, at 800-662-6238 or registration@meainfo.org . When 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800-662-6238 Read More

MEA Roundtables, a service available to Members, are intended to give the members' staff opportunities for professional exchange with peers.  The Roundtables are an exclusive peer forum for discussing questions and issues related to a professional field and for drawing on the combined business experience of peers.  The meetings also contribute to the participants' professional development through peer interactions. Participants get the opportunity to discuss the unique complexities of New Jersey employment law with a variety of subject-matter experts. Sample agenda items include: FMLA/NJ FMLA Challenges FLSA Guidelines: Can you dock an exempt employee? HR Big Data Trends Aging Workforce & Succession Planning 2020 Dates Thursday, October 1 Thursday, November 19 - WEBINAR Year subscription: Member - $265, pro-rated $133 Lunch is included for in person meetings. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Kelly, Training Coordinator, at 800-662-6238 or registration@meainfo.org. When 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Where New Jersey Location TBD (November 19 will be held via webinar) Read More

Increasing Employee Engagement Managers build the skills required to engage employees to perform at their best. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Supporting Employees Determine how you support your employees   Connecting Work to the Organization Connect the work employees do to the organization and to future opportunities   Requirements for Success Assess whether employees have what they need to be successful in their role   Using an Employee’s Best Skills and Abilities Perform a job evaluation to determine if a particular role uses an employee's best skills and abilities   Team Satisfaction The team evaluates how well the company meets their individual needs   Inform and Inspire Your Team Inform and inspire your employees regarding the team’s vision   Work-Life Balance for Each Person Understand what work/life balance looks like for each person   Appreciating Contribution and Results Ask a leader to thank an individual employee or team for their contribution and results   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Engagement and Retention Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Increasing Employee Engagement   Retaining Your Employees   Recognizing Employees   Providing Resources for Success Read More

Increasing Your Contribution at Work Individuals develop the skills required to deliver high performing results. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Increase Your Personal Success Identify one action that if done more will increase your personal success   Struggling to Meet Commitments Solve for the reasons you struggle to meet commitments   Increase Your Personal Engagement Outline the actions that will increase your personal engagement and performance   Increase the Quantity of Work Select specific actions you will take to increase the quantity of work produced   Stay Productive While Waiting for Answers Maintain personal productivity while waiting for answers to critical questions   When Are You Most Creative? Identify the time you are most creative and innovative   Organizing Information for Productivity Organize information to increase your effectiveness and productivity   Creating Accountability for Business Results Work with your boss to create accountabilities for how you are responsible to achieve business results   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Become a High Performing Employee Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Writing to Get Things Done® Toolkit   Creating Great Work   Increasing Your Contribution at Work Read More

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