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This series explores the advantages and disadvantages of using email and text messages in the workplace and helps explain times when neither are appropriate. Learn about etiquette tips, see examples of well written electronic business messages and understand how to apply all of this on the job.   This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: 1. Email Etiquette  2. Text Messaging Etiquette 3. When Email and Text Messages are NOT Appropriate at Work Read More

Do you think before you send?  More people should.  The written word is still critical to business communications—and is frequently how new customers come to encounter a business. But texting and instant messaging have negatively impacted writing skills.  “Email Communication for the Workplace” is a four hour workshop that will teach you how to write more effectively. You’ll review basic grammar, learn the current rules of email etiquette and practice editing and correcting poorly written emails.  Learning Objectives Understand how to write more effectively by avoiding grammar blunders Identify and understand the goals of writing for business Write emails that get attention and results Learn the current rules of email etiquette Practice editing and correcting poorly written emails to perfect your skills Who Should Attend Any Employee in an organization looking to improve their email and basic business writing skills. When Day 1:  Wednesday, October 5, 2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Day 2:  Wednesday, October 12, 2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Where Live Online Fee Fees vary based on membership tier. Sign in for your pricing. Read More

Get in touch with your feelings.  Seriously.  Recent research shows that emotional intelligence is twice as important as IQ in the development of business leaders. But what’s the difference between Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and manipulation?  "Emotional Intelligence” is a workshop designed to help you understand how EQ is linked to leadership success. You’ll learn how to assess your own emotional intelligence, and how to identify the negative consequences of unmanaged emotions. You’ll learn techniques that will improve your self-awareness, self-control and self-motivation and you’ll create a plan that increases your EQ so that you can achieve optimal results in your relationships with others.  Learning Objectives Understand how emotional intelligence is linked to leadership success and team productivity  Assess your own levels of emotional intelligence Interpret and discuss results from the assessment completed for pre-work Create a specific, actionable plan that increases your level of emotional intelligence Identify negative consequences of unmanaged emotions on your personal effectiveness Utilize techniques to achieve greater self-awareness, self-control and self-motivation Apply your understanding of emotional intelligence to produce results when working with others Who Should Attend Non-HR Executive Responsible for Human Capital Decision Making Experienced Managers Executives/Owners When Thursday, December 1, 2022 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Thursday, December 8, 2022 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Where Live Online Fee Fees vary based on membership tier. Sign in for your pricing.   Read More

Join Business Attorney and MEA General Counsel Michael G. Trachtman to learn the latest information and the best tactics to help you survive and prosper in these difficult times.  In addition, MEA’s Director of Legal and Compliance Services, Amy McAndrew, will share the latest Covid-19 compliance updates. MEA will bring you up to date on the latest in employment law including: • Some legal risks associated with requiring workers to return to the workplace • Some legal risks associated with not requiring workers to return to the workplace • The new rules and risks of using independent contractors • Are you sure your exempt employees are properly classified?  The DOL is taking a hard look • The campaign against non-competes, and new strategies for recruiting/retaining key employees  • Minimizing the legal risks of DEI programs  • Minimizing ADA and retaliation risks in a COVID-19 world Fee Member - complimentary Non-Member $35 When Friday, December 2, 2022 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Where Live Online Credits HRCI: 1.5 credits SHRM: 1.5 credits CLE: 1.5 credits Read More

Join Business Attorney and MEA General Counsel Michael G. Trachtman to learn the latest information and the best tactics to help you survive and prosper in these difficult times.  In addition, MEA’s Director of Legal and Compliance Services, Amy McAndrew, will share the latest Covid-19 compliance updates. MEA will bring you up to date on the latest in employment law including: Workplace issues arising from the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling New guidance on when you can require COVID testing DOL issues new guidance on prohibited retaliation for wage and family leave issues The legal risks of requiring, and not requiring, workers to return to the workplace Judge blocks Biden rules for trans access to bathrooms, sports Things just got more complicated: new Third Circuit ruling on accommodating religion in the workplace The DOL is taking a very hard look your classification of exempt employees and independent contractors   Congress finalized a bipartisan (!!!) proposal on classification of gig workers Class action biometric lawsuits are spiking – does your insurance cover you? Delaware enacts new paid family and medical leave law Minimizing the risks of DEI programs The campaign against non-competes, and new strategies for recruiting/retaining key employees Fee Member - complimentary Non-Member $35 When Friday, September 9, 2022 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Where Live Online Credits HRCI: 1.5 credits SHRM: 1.5 credits CLE: 1.5 credits Read More

Join Business Attorney and MEA General Counsel Michael G. Trachtman to learn the latest information and the best tactics to help you survive and prosper in these difficult times.  In addition, MEA’s Director of Legal and Compliance Services, Amy McAndrew, will share the latest Covid-19 compliance updates. MEA will bring you up to date on the latest in employment law including: • Some legal risks associated with requiring workers to return to the workplace • Some legal risks associated with not requiring workers to return to the workplace • The new rules and risks of using independent contractors • Are you sure your exempt employees are properly classified?  The DOL is taking a hard look • The campaign against non-competes, and new strategies for recruiting/retaining key employees  • Minimizing the legal risks of DEI programs  • Minimizing ADA and retaliation risks in a COVID-19 world Fee Member - complimentary Non-Member - $35 When Friday, December 2, 2022 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Where The Atrium 234 Mall Blvd. Suite G-50 King of Prussia, PA  19406 Credits: HRCI: 1.5 credits SHRM: 1.5 credits CLE: 1.5 credits Continental Breakfast will be provided. Read More

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