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7th Annual SHRM Jacksonville Supervisor Training 2019

SHRM Jacksonville is hosting its 7th Annual Supervisor Training featuring leading Human Resources Professionals, Business Leaders, and experienced Employment and Labor Law Attorneys who will present to you all the HR basics. This one-day workshop is designed to help you learn effective and safe management strategies for your business and employees.

9/20/2019
When: 9/20/2019
From 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Where: University of North Florida
12000 Alumni Drive
Jacksonville, Adam W. Herbert University Center  32224
United States
Contact: Payal Patel


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7th Annual
Supervisor Training
Knock out your HR training in one day!

Program Description

SHRM Jacksonville is hosting its 7th Annual Supervisor Training featuring leading Human Resources Professionals, Business Leaders, and experienced

Employment and Labor Law Attorneys who will present to you all the HR basics.  This one-day workshop is designed to help you learn effective and safe

management strategies for your business and employees.

 

Certification Information

This activity has been submitted for five (5) Professional Development Credits (PDCs) by SHRM and five (5) HR (General) credits with the HR Certification Institute.

Who should attend:  Location:
  • Small/Mid-sized businesses
  • Front-line Supervisors
  • Office Managers
  • Entry-level Human Resources
University of North Florida
Adam W Herbert University Center
12000 Alumni Drive
Jacksonville 32224

Event Presentations

Performance & Coaching Presenter

Best Practices in Performance and Coaching Management

Learn to optimize employee outcomes through best practice performance management techniques. In this highly interactive session you will learn how to coach employees and address performance issues while maintaining positive employee engagement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Translate performance expectations into deliverable accomplishments
  • Use management tools to interpret and evaluate employee performance
  • Coach your team to success and promote positive employee engagement
About the Speaker: 

Megan Richardson has spent more than ten years providing human resources guidance to numerous organizations, including some of the country’s most prominent businesses.

Megan provides strategic support to multiple business units by designing the Company’s interviewing and on-boarding strategy, managing HR compliance, consulting on organizational design and other key areas with the human resources arena. She works closely with all levels of leadership to exceed workforce goals and shape organizational culture. see more

Megan Richardson

DCSI

 

 

ADA & FMLA Presenter

The Nuts and Bolts of the ADA and FMLA

A review of the basic legal requirements of the FMLA and ADA, including a discussion of the interactive process and reasonable accommodations. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Review basic requirements of the FMLA and ADA.
  • Red flags that indicate possible need for FMLA leave.
  • Reasonable accommodations.
  • Interactive process.
About the Speaker: 

Brian Hayden is a trusted advisor who provides practical legal advice to employers on a wide range of complex and evolving employment law issues, including sexual harassment, leave policies, and the impact of medical marijuana laws.  In addition to providing advice and counsel, Mr. Hayden also has an active litigation practice.  Since 2010, he has successfully defended employers in state and federal court and administrative actions involving a broad range of discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour claims in both the private and public sector. see more

Brian Hayden

Jackson Lewis P.C.

Discrimination & Harassment Presenter

Best Practices to Prevent Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation in the Workplace 

Participants in this seminar will learn practical advice on best practices to avoid discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims, as well as respond to legal claims and complaints. We will address real-life, day-to-day situations faced by managers and supervisors, and discuss tips on how to identify and respond to common pitfalls and opportunities. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review key concepts governing discrimination, harassment and retaliation federal, state and local laws and elements of claims
  2. Provide practical advice on avoidance of common pitfalls faced by supervisors that could, if handled improperly, give rise to legal claims
  3. Review legal requirements of managers and supervisors in relation to discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims 
About the Speaker:

Lindsay Dennis Swiger is Of Counsel in the Jacksonville, Florida, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She represents employers on a broad range of employment and labor law matters. see more

Lindsay Swiger

Jackson Lewis P.C.

Diversity & Inclusion Presenter

Diversity & Inclusion

This highly interactive session deals with the timely topic of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Learn proven strategies to deal with modern workplace issues affecting every supervisor today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand diversity and inclusion issues in today’s workplace
  • The role of stereotypes and bias
  • Recognize and respond to prevent harassment
  • Learn strategies to create a multi-cultural workplace
About the Speaker:

 

Suzanne (Suzi) Lemen is the founder and CEO of Dynamic Corporate Solutions, Inc. (DCSI), one of the region’s largest human resources consulting and recruitment firms, specializing in providing HR solutions for businesses small and large. As an expert in the Human Resources function with more than 30 years experience, Suzi has been called upon by some of the largest companies across the nation to provide comprehensive auditing, consulting, risk management and compliance services. see more

Suzanne Lemen

DCSI

 Medical Marijuana  Presenter

 Dealing with the Hazy Issue of Marijuana in the Workplace 

As if changes in the employment laws weren’t enough, leaders are now dealing with differing state laws as marijuana legalization becomes widespread across the US.  Between medical and recreational marijuana, employers are finding themselves asking what they can prohibit and what is legally protected activity. 

As leaders, we need to consider multiple aspects of the situation and determine the best course forward. Even as medical marijuana is now legal in Florida, many of the specifics have yet to be clearly defined by legislative bodies, regulatory agencies, or the courts. 

We will look at the impact of medical and recreational marijuana on Drug-Free Workplace policies, the American’s with Disability Act, federal contractors, workers covered under DOT regulations and more. 

About the Speaker:

Chad Sorenson is the President and Founder of Adaptive HR Solutions and has over 25 years of diverse business, communications and human resource experience. 
 
He works with companies across the state that range from 5 to 1,200 employees and focuses on leadership development, manager training, employee performance management and employer compliance in industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, construction trades, and professional services organizations.   Prior to founding Adaptive HR Solutions in 2008, Chad has been Vice President, Director and Manager of Human Resources for several companies in the Jacksonville area.  see more

Chad Sorenson

Adaptive HR Solutions

  Panel Discussion - "ASK HR"
At the end of the event, HR Professionals and Labor/Employment Law Attorneys will be on hand to address your most challenging HR issues and questions! A survey will be sent to each registrant to obtain questions in advance. At the training, we will answer these questions and any others that come up.

 
 Rates
  Register by Cost
 Early Bird Registration 8/9/2019 $149.00 per person
 Regular Registration 9/19/2019 $159.00 per person
Group rates: $125.00 per person for 4 or more attendees. Group rates must be booked by contacting Natasha Slaughter, President at president@shrmjax.org.
 

 
Transfer and Cancellation Policy
Transfers: We will allow registration transfers to another individual at no additional charge. Transfer requests received on or before September 13, 2019 will be handled promptly in the regular course of business; however, any transfer requests received after deadline date will be held and handled on-site at the conference.                        

Cancellations: Cancellations received on/by September 13, 2019, will be assessed a $25 administrative fee. If you paid with check, your refund will be by check; if you paid with credit card, your refund will be to the credit card used to make the registration. Cancellations received after deadline date, are non-refundable. All cancellations must be in writing. Send your cancellation request to: president@shrmjax.org