Human resources is the backbone of any business. And rather than serving a single function, HR has become a powerful aspect of companies that is responsible for supporting anything that falls under the employer-employee relationship. No longer limited to performing a supporting role, HR has taken increasingly strategic significance in the world of business as employees and their effective utilization have become a key source of a company's competitive advantage.
To succeed in such an environment requires that you constantly refresh your understanding of employment law and simultaneously enhance and update your employee management skills. Let Profedondemand, a leader in continuing education for professionals, be your guide to the field.
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At ProfEdOnDemand, we have the answers to all your HR training needs. Not only do we provide you with guidance and insights on current topics, but our HR training presentations cover foundational topics of HR such as recruiting, onboarding, retention, payroll, performance evaluation, retirement, orientation programs, workforce culture, employee engagement, employment laws and much more.
Tune in to one of our live webinars and talk directly with the experts; alternatively, you can conveniently watch an on-demand, pre-recorded conference or access PDF transcripts of our training events.
Our webinars and audio conferences cover all of the compliance hot spots that employers need their HR departments to understand. Compliance with the following federal laws is mandatory for most U.S. employers – does your HR staff need a brush-up on the requirements of any of the following?
Other laws with more specialized applications can also present risk areas for certain employers, and we can help. Perhaps you need to comply with the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (DBRA), which regulate construction and repair work under federally funded or assisted contracts for public buildings and works, apply to your company. Or you want to understand the myriad laws, regulations and court rulings that protect LGBT employees, which vary by state and locality. Our speakers and programs come from a wide range of backgrounds that cover every area your HR department may need training in.
Every HR employee needs to be familiar with the regulations and requirements of the federal agencies that protect the workplace, and our conferences are constantly being updated to cover the latest regulations and settlement actions from:
The U.S. payroll system is a complex web of federal, state and local laws and regulations, and navigating the rules can be a tough task for payroll professionals. Add to that the time-consuming process of preparing payrolls with all the forms and policies – such as Forms W-2, W-4, 1099, 941 and 940 – and your payroll department surely has its hands full.
Let our experts help your company's payroll professionals stay up to date on all key areas, including:
We offer programs covering all you need to know about how to bring out the best in your workforce, including interview techniques for HR professionals, employee engagement policies and programs, and more.
An employer's policies and procedures form the bedrock of its HR function. Our speakers have special expertise in on-boarding and off-boarding, retention strategies, investigations, preventing violence and harassment at work, and job postings – all the things that need to be covered and updated at least annually in your P&P.
You may also be wondering how to handle special challenges like retaining or attracting millennials to your workplace, encouraging healthy conflict resolution, or creating a strong, compliant corporate culture. If your HR department needs to develop a policy or program, our experts can help.
In the age of multinational corporations and fluid workforces, you need to understand the latest regulations and requirements surrounding immigration. Noncompliant employers run the risk of civil fines, debarment from government contract work, and even criminal penalties if they violate their responsibilities under immigration law during the hiring process.
From Form I-9 compliance to H-1B visas, which allow employers to hire foreign workers temporarily in certain occupations, let us help you ensure your company is compliant with the laws and regulations as this area of the law shifts and changes.
You also want to make sure your HR department and employees are prepared should the feds come calling in an audit by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Discrimination and retaliation charges can present special risks for some employers in the area of immigration, so be sure you understand the latest developments in this area.