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2-day In-person Seminar on  

Auditing and Administrating Human Resource Policies and Practices  

Date & Time: September 20th and 21st 2012

8 AM to 5 PM EDT

Duration: 2 Days

Instructor: Marna Hayden

Location: Pennsylvania

Price : $695.00

(for one participant)

Course Outline: Lecture 1: Human Resource Risk Assessment: Auditing Your Human Resources Practices This session covers auditing human resources practices for compliance and identifying and addressing areas that may not comply with applicable laws and/or company policy. l

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Legal Postings

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Employment

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Salary Administration

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Payroll and Taxes Orientation, Training and Development

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Terminations

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Employee Relations and Communications

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Employee Records

Lecture 2: Human Resources Recordkeeping

 

  

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Instructor Profile: Marna Hayden President, Hayden Resources, Inc. Marna Hayden is founder and president of Hayden Resources Inc. She has 30+ years in the field of human resource management and is certified as a senior professional in human resources (SPHR). Hayden Resources Inc. provides management and human resources consulting and outsourcing services to small businesses and nonprofits, and specialized services and training to larger organizations. Hayden has held senior offices in the banking, retail, and service industries and is an adjunct faculty member for DeSales University. ...more

This session gives an overview of how employee records should be kept and considerations of proper content. Suggest a Topic l

Placing Employee Information in Appropriate Files

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Protecting Privacy of Employee Files

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Access to Employee Files and Information

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Hiring Forms and Information Termination Forms and Records

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Lecture 3: Retention and Destruction of Records This session reviews where and how long records should be kept and when and how they should be destroyed in order to stay in compliance.

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Where Records Should Be Kept Legal Records

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Payroll and Taxes

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Back- up Systems Documenting Oral and Electronic Communications

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Critical Incidence Files Record Maintenance

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Security of Files

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Archive Methods

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Lecture 4: Hiring and Termination Forms and Records This session covers employment and termination forms and setting up and closing employee records. l l

Forms pre-hire and at time of hire Signed acknowledgements

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Forms at termination Hire Checklist and Termination Checklist

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Archiving records

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Lecture 5: Reference and Background Checks This session covers the importance of performing reference and background checks to avoid the pitfalls of finding out too late that you have made the wrong hire which can be costly and, in some cases, subject to liability. l

Applications and obtaining permission to check references

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Complying with legal requirements of references and

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Selecting appropriate references

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Verbal and written references: tailoring your questions to fit the job

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How to proceed if the company refuses to give information

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requested Verifying position, dates of hire and salary for a company that is no longer in business

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Selecting kinds of background checks, including mandatory screening

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What background checks are illegal or ill-advised: controversies over credit and criminal checks

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Verifying education and college transcripts

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Drug and Alcohol policies and drug and alcohol tests Access to references

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Lecture 6: Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Management This session will cover emergency preparedness and planning for disasters and crises is an important obligation of all employers today. l

Selecting your crisis team; defining and assigning

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responsibilities Essential policies and procedures to address emergencies

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Employee training programs

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Emergency call lists Emergency medical services

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Reporting accidents and incidents

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Evacuation plans Disaster recovery plans and backup systems

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Interruptions in customer service and business

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Communications and media coverage Briefing and debriefing

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Violence or threats in the workplace Natural disasters and severe weather policies

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Emergency preparedness for individuals with disabilities

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Payroll recovery Employee assistance programs

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Complying with applicable laws

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Course Outline: Day 2 Lecture 7: Understanding and Complying with Applicable Labor Laws This session will concentrate on basic labor laws based on size and industry as well as addressing new and/or controversial laws to be sure they are addressed.

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Determining Responsibilities for Areas in Human Resources Selection and Hiring; Preventing Adverse Impact

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The Business Case for Diversity

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Legal Pitfalls of Labor Law Avoiding Discrimination Cases

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Managing FMLA, ADA, Workers Compensation, HIPAA and GINA

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Linking Performance with Compensation Management Succession Planning

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Training and Development Promotions, Transfers, Layoffs and Terminations

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Unemployment Compensation

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Employee Relations and Transparency

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Lecture 8: Selecting, Designing and Administrating Employment Policies This session gives an overview of what policies should be included in a company policy manual and how they are communicated and updated. l l l l l l

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Basic Policies Legal Policies Company Mission/Vision/Values Specific Policies For Type of Business/Organization Relationships – Employer, Employees, Public Communicating and Administering Policy Fairly and Consistently Sign-Off Statements Rights of Employer and Employee

Lecture 9: Writing Sample Policies We will practice writing policy and covering all necessary components in writing one. Lecture 10: Legal and Successful Interviewing and Hiring

 


Practices This session covers the interviewing and selection process from the perspective of compliance to applicable employment laws as well as making the best choices for your organization. l l l l

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Writing Legal Employment Ads Setting Specifications and Competencies Required for Positions Questions You May Ask and Questions that Are Illegal Behavior-Based and Competency-Based Interviewing Techniques Candidate Evaluation Affirmative Action Plan Goals and Measuring "Adverse Impact" References and Background Checks Additional Information Obtained after the Employment Offer

Lecture 11: Performance Management: Types of Evaluations and Writing Reviews This session covers different performance evaluation methods and techniques to assess employee performance, and tips how to write a meaningful and fair evaluation, set performance standards and goals. l l l l l

Setting Performance Criteria and Standards Legally Writing and Conducting Performance Reviews Coaching the Best Performance from Employees Setting Goals and Plans for Improvement Adding Value to Both Employer and Employee through Performance Evaluation

Lecture 12: Documenting and Handling Disciplinary Actions and Terminations This session covers discipline policies, standards of conduct, and the process of counseling and progressive discipline, up to and including termination. It will also cover performance improvement plans and monitoring progress and the legal aspects of discipline and discharge. l l l

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Effective Counseling and Discipline Policies Objectives of Discipline Documentation of Substandard Performance and Inappropriate Behavior Standards of Conduct and Consequences of Not Following Them Tracking Performance and Documenting Results Coaching and Counseling Employees Performance Improvement Plans Determining when Termination Is Necessary and Handling Terminations

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Chief Human Resource Officers Senior Management Team

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HR Managers, Directors, and Administrators Supervisors Employment Managers

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Training Directors

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Auditing and Administrating Human Resource Policies and Practices