October 2020
Effective Recruiting, Hiring and Retention Strategies

Have you ever been responsible for a “bad hire” – a candidate that looked good on paper and interviewed well but just didn’t fit once they joined the organization? Or have you been the victim of a bad hire made by someone else? Or worse yet, have you had to work with a hire whose poor attitude, bad habits and general lack of respect is tolerated without any disciplinary action?

This session will teach you how to not only hire a candidate with the right skills and experience for the job, but also one who is the right “fit” for your company’s unique culture and personality’s unique culture and personality.

Employment Law for Managers and Supervisors

In today’s constantly evolving legislative landscape, managers must stay abreast of employment laws that affect their jobs and organizations to ensure they act within the law, maintain a safe and productive workplace, and avoid liability. Failure to follow the laws’ requirements can leave a company vulnerable to both civil and criminal charges.

We highlight the top federal employment laws that management must understand in performing their jobs. Attendees will learn the basic requirements of each law, what steps they need to take to comply, and best practices for policies and procedures to avoid violations.

Essential HR Two-Day Training – 10.14.20 and 10.15.20 –

Complete HR Solutions (A division of Complete Payroll Solutions) is offering two, half-day, virtual training classes covering the essential topics of HR. Participants will leave with substantial knowledge of the basic functions of HR including employment law, compensation, benefits, recruiting, motivation, training, and development, employee safety, and trends in HR. Graduates of the training will receive a certificate and documentation they can begin implementing in their workplaces immediately.

October HR Roundtable

Complete HR Solutions (a division of Complete Payroll Solutions) is hosting an HR Roundtable.

Fair Labor Standards Act

The FLSA establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, record-keeping and youth employment standards. New rules regarding overtime exemptions may be coming next year. This valuable session will cover how employers can comply with existing rules and prepare for upcoming changes.

Violence in the Workplace

From threats and intimidation to rapes and shootings, workplace violence is a growing concern among employers of all sizes, and in all industries. A recent survey from SHRM reported that nearly half of HR professionals said their organization had experienced an incident of violence – with more than half of those witnessing it in the last year. Our training will help you avoid situations of violence in the workplace.