Inland Empire SHRM Annual Conference
- Change Your HR Tool Kit: Hiring and Terminating Employment Essentials
- Challenge the Status of Job Descriptions within Your Organization
- Dress and Appearance Standards in the Workplace: Avoid Unwanted Harassment and Discrimination Claims
- Find the Opportunities when Managing the Power of Millennials
- Balance your Organizations Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Standards Under Updated Regulations (2017 Legal Update Sneak Peek)
WHEN: Thursday, November 10
WHERE: DoubleTree Hotel, San Bernardino
TIME: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Breakfast and lunch served)
PRESENTERS: Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo
Change Your HR Tool Kit: Hiring and Terminating Employment Essentials
Explore legally sound recruitment, vetting (including the use of social media), interview techniques, responding to requests for applicant accommodation, compensation and separation techniques supported by legitimate business reasons and sound documentation.
Challenge the Status of Job Descriptions within Your Organization
Job descriptions clarify what an employee is responsible for and what is expected of them. Preparing a thorough, complete job description is critical to defending various employee claims. Learn the proper mechanics to a legally sound job description.
Dress and Appearance Standards in the Workplace: Avoid Unwanted Harassment and Discrimination Claims
Employees have begun expressing their individuality in new ways. Learn to minimize the risk of harassment and discrimination claims through effective organizational policies, procedures, and training programs.
Find the Opportunities when Managing the Power of Millennials
Millennials have work characteristics and tendencies that sometimes challenge employers. This session will provide useful tips for attracting qualified Millennials and keeping them engaged and productive in the workplace.
Balance your Organizations Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Standards Under Updated Regulations (2017 Legal Update Sneak Peek)
Explore proper classification of employees under the FLSA in light of new regulations. We will discuss the tests that determine whether an employee is exempt, as well as recent case law in this area. Discussion will include how to handle municipal minimum wage rates as well.
Register at www.ieshrm.org. Save with the Early Bird rate through October 28 at $175 for IE SHRM members and $250 for non-members. Use coupon code EARLYBIRDMEM2016 (IE SHRM members) or EARLYBIRDNON2016 (non-members).
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After October 28, the regular event price will be $199 for members and $299 for non-members.