investigate

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When the time comes to handle a touchy employee issue…who do they call??? HR. But is HR properly trained?

Let’s face it: most HR professionals have never had formal training in how to conduct investigations. Is the time to learn when suddenly faced with having to do an investigation?

Without acquiring the proper skills in how to handle allegations in the workplace – and investigate them effectively – employees may feel their complaints are not taken seriously internally.

Therefore, they take their complaints externally – to the EEOC, DOL, or to their attorney. Therefore, this is a must-attend audio conference for HR professionals that are responsible for employee relations.

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For most managers, their perception of HR is an administration function: handling payroll, processing benefits, and serving as a “necessary evil” in organizations because of changing laws.

If your HR group has this “perception problem” in your company, you need to learn how to improve your relationship-building skills to get better cooperation – and respect.

In this informative audio conference, you’ll learn the root causes that contribute to HR’s poor reputation, how to improve it, and steps you need to take to improve your company’s “HR-IQ”.

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hrgeneralists
As an HR Generalist, you are expected to be an expert in every human resource function, including everything from hiring to compensation to payroll to performance management to the numerous employment laws such as the FMLA, ADA, COBRA, FLSA, IRCA, and many more.

Not only do you need to have a strong knowledge base in all areas, but even more importantly, you need to be able to apply your knowledge to the daily situations that arise in your workplace.

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When you receive an allegation of workplace harassment or discrimination or believe your organization has become a victim of fraud or theft – taking prompt action is your legal responsibility.

But let’s face it: most HR professionals or business owners have never had formal training in how to conduct internal investigations. And without having the proper skills in how to handle allegations in the workplace – and investigate them effectively – employees may feel their complaints are not taken seriously internally.

As a result, they take their complaints externally – to the EEOC, DOL, or to their attorney. Therefore, our Internal Investigations training course is a must-attend for those individuals that are responsible for employee relations and the handling of internal investigations.

After all, is the time to learn how to do an internal investigation when you are suddenly faced with having to do one? Of course not. That’s where our training can help!

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The FMLA And ADA Laws Have Been Updated. Have You?

This comprehensive, three-day program includes 15 information-packed sessions that provide complete A-to-Z coverage of all aspects of the federally-required FMLA and ADA compliance and best practices – plus access to our heralded FMLA and ADA Training & Certification Programs!

Not only will you learn the practical strategies and procedural recommendations that will enable you to tackle the challenging FMLA and ADA issues you confront every day, you’ll also get FREE updates whenever FMLA or ADA laws change!

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