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Human Resources for Non-HR Professionals - Mini-Series

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Name: Human Resources for Non-HR Professionals - Mini-Series
Date: April 18, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
Event Description:

If you are a business owner or manager of a small business without a dedicated HR expert on your staff, this is the program for your organization. If you have administrative staff that are performing HR duties as part of their responsibilities that are not HR experts they too will benefit. This mini series is two half day classes is directed toward small businesses and the HR issues they face. One class will include the laws most often violated (unknowingly) by Small Businesses (according to the Small Business Administration) and provide information on how to prevent these violations. The second class will focus on common issues encountered when dealing with employees.

 

HR For Your Business – Laws; Thursday, April 11, 2019  8:30am – Noon; $149

Topics Include:

  • Employment Laws most often violated by Small Businesses
  • Posters
  • Independent Contractor VS Employee
  • Exempt VS Non-Exempt Employee
  • Overtime & Other Pay
  • FMLA, OSHA, Harassment and more
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Ways to protect yourself and your company

Common Issues when Dealing with Employees; Thursday April 18, 2019  8:30 am – Noon; $149

Topics Include:

  • Job Descriptions
  • Recruitment
  • Job Applications
  • Interview Questions
  • Background Checks
  • Testing
  • Onboarding
  • Benefits
  • Disciplining
  • Termination
Location:

Grainger Hall
975 Univeristy Ave
Madison, WI 53703

Date/Time Information:
Thursday mornings April 11 & 18 from 8:30 am - Noon
Contact Information:
Fees/Admission:
$149 for the individual classes; $268 for both (Save 10%)
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