Join Marc Jacuzzi live on June 24, 2021 to learn about the various types of paid leave employees in California are now entitled to; specifically what employers are obligated to do in response to the new supplemental paid sick leave law.
Workplace bullying is a source of workplace destabilization and could lead to horrific acts of workplace violence. Learn how to mitigate the impact of workplace bullying and meet the problem head on.
What businesses can learn from one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. In this webinar, employee benefits experts Sharlyn Lauby and Pat McCullough will uncover the hidden value of a strong voluntary benefits strategy, using practical examples from the construction and manufacturing industr
Help protect your data, workplace and community by learning tactics for fortifying your company’s cybersecurity and mitigating the risks of an attack by participating in this engaging training session.
Join us to learn about new tax credits available under the FFCRA and ARPA provisions and how to take advantage of these benefits through this telling webinar with Jonathan Mook.
You can’t always take away the struggles your workforce is facing, but you can help them develop the skills to navigate these challenges and come out stronger, smarter, and more resilient.
Students of the pandemic era are equipped with a special skill set; they’ve been in a remote setting and are well versed in Zoom calls and Teams meetings. Learn who today’s college graduates are, what they look for as they enter the workforce, and how to attract & retain them.
Attend this webinar to learn about the current status of the PRO Act, legal requirements on employers if it is passed, and best practices to implement now to prepare for the changes ahead.
Working from home, while children were also learning from home, proved to be challenging for many employees during the pandemic. This experience has been eye-opening for HR pros trying to understand how to help working parents stay engaged & productive while also being ‘out of sight’