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This workshop will help you fully understand the laws and policies governing workplace harassment, recognize what is and is not appropriate behavior and, most importantly, understand what your role as a manager is in maintaining a workplace free of harassment. Objectives An overview of workplace harassment and discrimination laws Clear definitions of unlawful harassment, “hostile work environment”, discrimination, unlawful retaliation, and protected categories An overview of sexual harassment, workplace retaliation, and the complaint procedure The supervisor’s (or manager’s) key role in preventing harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims, and reducing liability exposure for the company Real world examples to test managers’ knowledge, highlight the differences between unlawful harassment and lawful workplace interactions, and to highlight what managers should look for as a “red flag” that conduct may need to be investigated Who Should Attend Managers that missed your company-wide Harassment training When Thursday, August 18, 2022 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Where Webinar Fee Fees vary based on membership tier. Sign in for your pricing. Read More

This workshop will help you fully understand the laws and policies governing workplace harassment, recognize what is and is not appropriate behavior and, most importantly, understand what your role as a manager is in maintaining a workplace free of harassment. Objectives An overview of workplace harassment and discrimination laws Clear definitions of unlawful harassment, “hostile work environment”, discrimination, unlawful retaliation, and protected categories An overview of sexual harassment, workplace retaliation, and the complaint procedure The supervisor’s (or manager’s) key role in preventing harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims, and reducing liability exposure for the company Real world examples to test managers’ knowledge, highlight the differences between unlawful harassment and lawful workplace interactions, and to highlight what managers should look for as a “red flag” that conduct may need to be investigated Who Should Attend Managers that missed your company-wide Harassment training When Wednesday, September 28, 2022 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Where Webinar Fee Fees vary based on membership tier. Sign in for your pricing. Read More

Basic Business Skills Individuals build the basic business skills required to be successful in any job, at any company. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Strengthen Job Required Skills Increase your ability to perform the processes and procedures required for your job   Know and Meet Customer Needs Understand the changing needs of your customers and work to anticipate and meet those needs   Identify All Outcomes of a Potential Decision Identify all possible outcomes before implementing a decision   Ensure Strategy Alignment Ensure alignment to the organization’s strategy before committing to a project or initiative   Seeking Out Cutting Edge Ideas Seek out new or cutting edge programs or processes that positively impact the organization’s strategy   Organizing Your Workspace Organize your workspace and maintain a clutter free and productive work environment   Resources for Success Identify the resources you need to be successful in your role   Learn Workplace Technology Learn a new workplace technology to enhance your individual work performance   Work Place Rules and Policies Evaluate how well you adhere to critical work place rules and policies   Understanding Financial Management Take your knowledge and understanding of financial management to the next level   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Being a Business Professional Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Basic Business Skills   Personal Behaviors and Conduct   You and Your Boss Read More

This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Foundational Leadership Certificate Series.  Law review isn’t just for law students.  Understanding the impact of employment laws when working with employees is both challenging and confusing. Most company policies are based on federal or state laws. The enforcement and interpretation of policies need to be consistent and fair. Participants will learn the basics of employment law and how they affect employment best practices, and specifically, the interview process. They will learn techniques to help control the interview and discover the hidden talents of applicants.  Who Should Attend Employees Identified for Advancement Team Leads, Supervisors Managers When Day 1: Tuesday, October 11, 2022; 1PM - 3PM Day 2:  Tuesday, October 18, 2022; 1PM - 3PM Where Live Online Fee Fees vary based on membership tier. Sign in for your pricing. Read More

Law review isn't just for law students. Federal employment law governs every aspect of employer-employee relations, beginning with pre-employment inquiries...meaning incorrect HR practices can land you in trouble with an employee even before he or she is hired! Lawyer up with "The Basics of Federal Employment Law", a half-day course that provides an overview of primary federal employment laws and how they impact your workplace. You’ll leave with an understanding of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Fair Labor Standards Act, rules governing discrimination, and how to properly manage employees with disabilities. Learning Objectives Obtain a basic knowledge of primary federal employment laws and how they affect the workplace Understand the Fair Labor Standards Act and exempt/non-exempt job classifications Become more knowledgeable of Title VII Understand the difference between lawful and unlawful pre-employment inquiries Explore reasonable accommodation under the ADA Understand the interplay between FMLA and ADA Who Should Attend HR Professionals HR Administrators Executives/Owners overseeing HR functions PHR Accreditation When Wednesday, November 2, 2022 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, PA  19406 Fee Fees vary based on membership tier. Sign in for your pricing. Also includes training material & box lunch. Read More

Become a Contributing Project Team Member Individuals learn what is required to be a successful member of any project team. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Performance Measures for Performance Identify the performance measures you will use to determine project performance   Effective Decision Making Evaluate the effectiveness of your decision making capabilities   Understand Past Project Issues Understand past problems and plan for their potential impact on the project   Meeting Customer Needs Know what your customers need and what you can do to meet these needs   Share What You Think is Best Share with others what idea or course of action you think is best   Potential Project Risks Identify potential risks for any project   Navigate within the Organization Structure Know how to navigate people relationships and within the organization’s structure   Know the Competition Know the competition and how it compares to your company's products and services   Clear and Concise Emails Learn how to compose clear and concise emails for any audience   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Project Management Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Project Management for Managers   Meeting Management   Become a Contributing Project Team Member   Read More

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