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Learn the latest information and the best tactics to help you survive and prosper in these difficult times. Business Attorney and MEA General Counsel Michael G. Trachtman will bring you up to date on a variety of topics such as:  Salary history Inquiries: the risks are increasing LGBT lawsuits and lessons Status of the new  overtime laws Is harassment law changing?  Getting ahead of the curve… Dangerous handbook provisions The latest in independent contractor/on-demand/gig workers New and important FMLA rulings New developments in medical and recreational marijuana New developments in NJ employment agreements Employees in Pittsburgh?  New issues … The latest on wellness  plans  PA says employers can be exposed to major damages for employee data breaches Credits: HRCI: 1.5 credits SHRM: 1.5 credits CLE: 1.5 credits When Friday, November 15, 2019 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Blvd. Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Continental breakfast provided.   Read More

Learn the latest information and the best tactics to help you survive and prosper in these difficult times. Business Attorney and MEA General Counsel Michael G. Trachtman will bring you up to date on a variety of topics such as:  Salary history Inquiries: the risks are increasing LGBT lawsuits and lessons Status of the new  overtime laws Is harassment law changing?  Getting ahead of the curve… Dangerous handbook provisions The latest in independent contractor/on-demand/gig workers New and important FMLA rulings New developments in medical and recreational marijuana New developments in NJ employment agreements Employees in Pittsburgh?  New issues … The latest on wellness  plans  PA says employers can be exposed to major damages for employee data breaches Credits: HRCI: 1.5 credits SHRM: 1.5 credits CLE: 1.5 credits When Friday, November 15, 2019 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Where Webinar 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. Industry professionals that have been tasked with EHS compliance at their facilities meet quarterly to discuss EHS compliance topics and share knowledge and experiences. The group is facilitated by a Senior EHS professional. Sample agenda items will include: EHS Compliance due dates Environmental reports review New OSHA initiatives New EPA/DEP initiatives Recent enforcement actions Sharing of innovative compliance ideas by group members Various EHS topic briefings Supplied EHS compliance guidance materials 2019 Date Tuesday, December 3 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. Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800-662-6238   Read More

Excel at using Excel® 2013/2016!  This six hour, Level 3 workshop will burnish the Excel skills you’ve already acquired and make you a master of the macros. In the morning session you’ll work on creating and editing macros and learn how to apply conditional formatting and how to add data validation criteria.  In addition, you’ll learn how to share, track, merge and restrict workbook access.  After a catered lunch, you’ll learn how to import and export Excel data and how to link cells in different workbooks.  The last session of the day will be devoted to performing statistical analysis, and creating trend lines and scenarios so you can perform “what-if” analyses.  To ensure you get the most out of this training, attendees get 6 months of post-training phone or email support for questions related to this workshop. Who Should Attend Employees desiring to gain the skills necessary to create macros, collaborate with others, audit and analyze worksheet data, incorporate multiple data sources, and import and export data.  Group discount:  Enter code EX121019 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Tuesday, December 10, 2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Not near our training location? Contact Carol Kelly at ckelly@meainfo.org or 610-994-7629 for information on attending these same live classes from your home/office computer via GoToTraining.  Registrations for virtual participants is very limited so don’t delay. Fee includes all training materials, 6 months of post-training phone or email support & catered lunch. Laptop available for in-person attendees.   Read More

Giving Great Feedback Managers discover how to provide the feedback each person needs to perform at a high level. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Improve the Quality of Feedback You Give Improve the quality of the feedback you give your employees   Employees Monitor Personal Performance Employees monitor and measure their own performance   Acting with Appropriate Speed to Problems Evaluate whether you acted with appropriate speed to problems and issues   Employee Reactions to Performance Evaluations Quickly understand how employees feel about their performance evaluation and rating   Teams Monitor Performance Team members learn how to monitor and measure their own performance   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Developing and Rewarding Others Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Developing and Coaching Employees   Giving Great Feedback   Discussing Total Compensation Read More

Learn to manage difficult colleagues with gloves—kid gloves, not boxing gloves.  Having even one difficult person in your department can tax your restraint and deplete the time and energy you need to supervise your team. “Handling Difficult People” teaches you how to manage challenging colleagues without sacrificing everyone else to the process.  This four hour workshop is designed to help you learn to recognize difficult behavior before it gets out of hand and to understand why difficult people behave the way they do. You’ll work with three part problem solving models and study a five step process from communication to planned resolution. And you’ll leave with an action plan to address situations in your workplace.  Learning Objectives  Learn to identify signs of difficult behavior before a situation gets out of hand Remove the mystery: Get to the core of why difficult people behave the way they do Uncover an approach to communicate with the employee to understand the cause of their behavior  Use a 3 part problem solving model to help diagnose and resolve your situation Follow a 5-step process from communication to planned resolution when engaged in a conflict Understand and use skills to help control your and their emotions when dealing with difficult people and situations Create an action plan to address your situation back at work Who Should Attend All employees/roles Any employee in an organization who has to deal with difficult people Group discount:  Enter code HDP101819 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Friday, October 18, 2019 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials & morning beverage.   Read More

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