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2019 Workforce Summit

Don't get caught in a lawsuit! Join us to discuss common mistakes HR professionals make when it comes to employment practices and policies and the legal ramifications. We will also discuss onboarding, skill gap planning, and hiring/retaining quality employees.

9/19/2019
When: Thursday, September 19, 2019
10:00am - 3:00pm
Where: Friends Homes Guilford
925 New Garden Road
Greensboro, NC  27410
United States
Contact: Leslie Roseboro
919-571-8333


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Registration Fee:  Members $125 first person and $100 each additional person from the same community
Non-Members: $175

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Topics

Top Five HR Legal Quagmires for Continuing Care Retirement Communities in 2019
The following topics will be discussed: wage and benefit issues, managing employee attendance, ADA accommodations, sexual harassment and religion at work. These topics will take attendees through the legal framework that applies to “quagmire” areas—the events that can derail an HR professional’s work, disrupt and distract employees, and land an employer in court. Led by practicing employment law attorneys, the session will prepare HR managers to see issues on the horizon, before they ripen into full-blown legal affairs, and how to manage them for early compliance and resolution. Attendees will also learn how to develop systems to administer legal requirements daily and skills to react when unusual situations arise.


Presenters:
Alex Maultsby, Partner, Fox Rothschild, LLP.
Alex provides employment counseling, advice and litigation services to clients across a broad span of industries. He frequently appears before the state and federal courts in North Carolina, and has handled or appeared in cases in Georgia and South Carolina as well as California, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland and New York.

Patti West Ramseur, Partner, Fox Rothschild, LLP
Patti is a partner in the firm's Labor & Employment Practice. Well-versed in a full range of counseling and litigation for employers, she knows and zealously represents her clients. Before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, Patti represents employers for claims under Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FMLA, the FLSA, the REDA, the Sarbanes Oxley Act and AIR-21. She also has experience litigating and arbitrating cases involving claims of sexual harassment, intentional/negligent infliction of emotional distress, wrongful discharge, wage and hour disputes, unemployment compensation, contractual disputes, covenants not to compete and misappropriation of trade secrets.

 

Onboarding for Success
The single most important factor for successful onboarding is setting clear expectations. From understanding the tasks associated with the job description to knowing where the copy paper is kept, how our employees BEGIN sets the tone for their success. This training gives attendees tips to ensure their new employees are set up to excel.

Skill Gap Planning
This training helps teams plan for skills that will need to be covered as Baby Boomers and GenX employees begin retiring. It will also focus on methods that ensure a healthy transfer of skills can be accomplished without Boomers feeling pushed out and Millennials feeling dragged along. Planning for the future is vital! Sometimes an honest conversation among team members is all that is necessary to ensure future success.

Hiring and Retaining Quality Employees
With massive changes in the generational makeup of the American workforce on the horizon, making great hires and retaining those employees takes on a new importance. This training examines practices that could be hindering making and keeping those hires.

Presenter
Kristin Scroggin, Owner and Lead Trainer, genWHY Communication Strategies.
Many may remember Kristin as presenter at our 2019 Annual Conference!  Kristin Scroggin has her Masters in Communication Studies, Bachelors in Communication Arts and was a Communications Lecturer at the University of Alabama in Huntsville for 11 years. Her passion is generational diversity and for the past five years she has spoken at conferences and organizations across the United States ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small non-profits. Obsessed with travel and desperate to see the world, she and her husband try to keep their heads above water while parenting their four children and any foster children who come their way.

 

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