In recent years, tasks that were originally thought to fall under the responsibility of the human resources department have become a part of many managers' job descriptions. The sharing and diffusion of these tasks throughout the organization has had an impact particularly on those that are not equipped with the skills or knowledge to deal with these issues. The Human Resource Management workshop will give managers the basic tools to handle numerous human resource situations such as interviewing, orientation, safety, harassment, discrimination, violence, discipline, and termination. This workshop will provide participants those skills and assist them with certain Human Resource situations. Workshop Objectives: Describe the implications of different aspects of Human Resource Management on your daily responsibilities Define human resources terms and subject matter Recruit, interview, and retain employees more effectively Follow up with new employees in a structured manner Be an advocate for your employees’ health and safety Provide accurate, actionable feedback to employees Act appropriately in situations requiring discipline and termination Evaluate some of the strengths and opportunities for Human Resources in your own workplace Identify three areas for further development within the Human Resources field as part of a personal action plan
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Successful companies are made up of great employees, so why not hire great employees? Hiring and training employees is an expensive venture. Be sure to hire the right person for the right position. Hiring the right person is more about skills and abilities; it is about finding the right combination of skills, attitude, and fit for your organization's culture. Hiring Strategies will save your company time and money as you will be recruiting and hiring the right candidates. Your hiring department will benefit from this workshop as it prepares them to seek out that great candidate and make sure they are a fit for your company. Participants will obtain the necessary tools required in finding that diamond in the rough. Workshop Objectives: Know how to present the current open position Develop a workable hiring strategy Know how to determine which candidates to interview Steps and techniques to use in an interview Welcome newly hired employees Find potential candidates for the position
Many companies simply wait for talent to come to them. Simply advertising an open position and hoping that you find the right talent does not guarantee that you will find the best people for the jobs in your organization. Actively seeking out qualified candidates is the best way to ensure that you find the talent that you need. Recruitment is essential to the success of your business. Hiring a new employee is one of the largest investments you can make in business. That is why hiring the correct employee is so important. Hiring the right employee is more important than ever, as training can be very expensive. Employee turnover costs companies a lot of money each year. This course will provide the Employee Recruitment that your hiring department need to help them interview and recruit the right employee for you. Workshop Objectives: Defining recruitment. Understanding the selection process. Recognizing the GROW model and how to set goals. Preparing for the interview and question process. Identifying and avoiding bias when making offers. Discovering ways to retain talent and measure growth.
The purpose of this course is to provide you with an understanding of what it means to have a diverse and inclusive organization through providing examples, real world scenarios, and best practices.
Whether you are preparing to be a professional trainer, or you are someone who does a bit of training as a part of their job, you'll want to be prepared for the training that you do. Participants will begin the process of becoming trainers themselves, and understand that training is a process where skills, knowledge, and attitudes are applied. The Train-The-Trainer workshop will give all types of trainer's tools to help participants create and deliver engaging, compelling workshops that will encourage trainees to come back for more. Skills such as facilitating, needs analyses, understanding participant’s needs, and managing tough topics will give participants what the need to become a trainer themselves. Workshop Objectives: Define training, facilitating, and presenting Understand how to identify participants’ training needs Create a lesson plan that incorporates the range of learning preferences Create an active, engaging learning environment Develop visual aids and supporting materials Manage difficult participants and tough topics
Although we all know that training can have many amazing benefits, sometimes it can be hard to prove those benefits and attach a dollar value to training. Some topics, like sales training or time management, might have direct, tangible benefits. Other topics, like communication or leadership, might have benefits that you can’t put a dollar value on. During the Measuring Results From Training course, participants will learn about the different ways to evaluate training progress, and how to use those tools to demonstrate the results that training brings. Once the training has been evaluated the next step is to modify and updated the curriculum to create a content that is better suited for the participants. Workshop Objectives: Understand Kolb’s learning styles and learning cycle Understand Kirkpatrick’s levels of evaluation Be familiar with many types of evaluation tools, including goal setting, tests, reactionary sheets, interviews, observations, hip-pocket assessments, skill assessments, and learning journals Understand when to use each type of evaluation tool Be able to perform a needs assessment Know how to write learning objectives and link them to evaluation Be able to write an evaluation plan to evaluate learning at each stage of the training and far beyond Know how to identify the costs, benefits, and return on investment of training Be familiar with the parts of a business case
Crating a Lunch and Learn session is a low cost training option. It is a great way to introduce a topic or give a small demonstration on a new product or service. Participants will be shown the criteria involved in creating a great Lunch and Learn environment. They are usually voluntary, thus attendance can sometimes be an issue. With this workshop you will be given the knowledge work through this issue and others. Our Lunch and Learn workshop will give your organization a quick and useful tool to add to its training department. Participants will be able to use it as a follow-up or refresher to a previous training session. It doesn’t have to be just about a learning event, it can also involve collaboration, networking, or sharing best practices between employees. Workshop Objectives: Understand what a lunch and learn is and is not Be able to set up and break down Create new content Address difficult situations and people Create useful takeaways Use feedback to improve future lunch and learns
Webinars are a great inexpensive way to reach a large number of people. Webinars are great tools if you want to market a new or improved product, train employees, demonstrate a new task, or have a meeting with employees located throughout the globe. Being an interactive form of media, Webinars provides a great environment for these activities and so much more. Creating a Great Webinar is all about providing a great interaction between the presenter and the audience. Participants will develop the skills needed to promote, host, or facilitate a great Webinar for your company. Sharing your passion and knowledge with a Webinar is the best way to reach many Workshop Objectives: Define webinars and their purpose Choose the best formats Prepare for webinars Avoid common mistakes Understand how to interact with the target audience Follow up successfully
Bloom’s Taxonomy is not just for elementary school teachers. The three domains of the taxonomy apply to adult education as well. In this manual, we will pay attention to the psychomotor domain. This is the domain of action and physicality. It is important to remember that psychomotor works together with the other domains when implementing it.
Bloom’s Taxonomy is not just for elementary school teachers. The three domains of the taxonomy apply to adult education as well. In this course, we will pay attention to the cognitive domain. This is the domain of knowledge and intellect, and it is the main focus of most educators. With our “Adult Learner: Bloom’s Taxonomy – Cognitive Domain” workshop, participants will discover the specifics of how the cognitive domain increases intellectual capability. Workshop Objectives: Understand Bloom’s Taxonomy Explain the cognitive domain Explore the two cognitive domains Explain types of knowledge Identify training in the cognitive domain
As of January 1, 2020, Sexual Harassment Training is required for all California non-supervisory employees whose company has 5 or more employees. This course is compliant with all California Sexual Harassment Training mandates, including SB1343. The goal of this course, is to educate employees - resulting in a safe working environment for everyone. This training is a valuable tool for organizations to provide awareness, education, and competencies to help protect your workforce from all forms of workplace harassment, discrimination, bullying, and retaliation. This interactive course utilizes video, audio, animation, and engaging multi-tiered assessments to reinforce the learning in a fun and informative way. The course takes approximately 1.25 hours.
Not only is sexual harassment illegal, but it also has many detrimental effects on the workplace and workforce. Our workplace also has a formal policy that prohibits sexual harassment in the workplace—a policy supervisors are responsible for enforcing. Additionally, Delaware requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide interactive training and education to supervisors on the prevention of sexual harassment. Your supervisors need to understand how to enforce your workplace policies and their role in enforcing those policies. This course will help supervisors recognize, respond to, and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. Course Duration: 24 minutes
Sexual harassment is a form of illegal discrimination under federal and state civil rights laws. Not only can it lead to lawsuits and penalties, it can damage workplace morale, creating an unproductive, unpleasant, and sometimes even hostile working environment. Additionally, Delaware requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide interactive training and education to employees on the prevention of sexual harassment. Your employees need to know that sexual harassment violates your workplace polices and won’t be tolerated. This course will help employees recognize, respond to, and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. Duration: 23:34
This Spanish language harassment training video for managers is a one of a kind. In 13 minutes your Spanish speaking managers will learn what illegal harassment is, the effect it has on the workplace, how to prevent it, what they should do when they receive a complaint and the consequences of engaging in harassment.
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In 2018, New York City and State passed sexual harassment laws that require employee training. The state law mandates training for every employee in the state and the New York City law requires the training for employers with 15 or more workers. This course was designed to cover both the city and state law while also giving managers and supervisors the information they need to prevent harassment in the workplace.
In 2018, New York State began to require sexual harassment training for every employee and New York City began to require training for every employer with 15 or more employees. This brand-new course was designed specifically to cover the training required by both laws. The course contains the following: A sleek, modern, HD video with content based around the New York state model training program, the New York Civil Rights Law, The New York City Human Rights Law, and the EEOC. A section on bystander intervention (in the video) which is required by the The New York City Human Rights Law and a great addition for any employee in New York state. A 15 question quiz to satisfy the interactive component required in the training. Sexual Harassment Prevention in New York covers this sensitive and widespread problem with a direct style that will leave no doubt in your employees' minds what sexual harassment is, what behaviors are unacceptable, how to prevent sexual harassment and the consequences for engaging in harassment.
In October of 2018, California passed SB1343. This new law requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide 1 hour of sexual harassment training to non-supervisory employees every 2 years. This brand new course covers every aspect of the law's requirements including: Federal and California sexual harassment law. Federal and California protected groups. Harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, transgender, and sexual orientation. Abusive conduct training (bullying) 40 minutes of HD video. Over 50 quiz questions to meet the interactivity standard required by the law. 1 full hour of training to meet the standard. This detailed video based course will ensure that your staff understands federal and California law and motivate them to prevent harassment in the workplace.
In this video, you will learn about the difference between non-sexual harassment and sexual harassment at work. You will understand what sexual harassment is, how to avoid doing it accidentally and what to do if you are a victim. There is a workbook for this video.
Course Overview Workplace harassment is illegal and destructive to any organization. It is important to treat everyone in the workplace with respect and dignity. Workplace harassment must be identified, discouraged, and prevented in order to keep a hostile work environment from developing. Left unchecked, harassment can escalate into violence. Workplace harassment training is essential to the welfare of all businesses and their employees. In order to prevent Workplace Violence, it is essential that managers and employees are able to identify individuals who could become violent and understand how to diffuse dangerous situations. This course will help participants to identify and address violence in the workplace, as well as giving them the tools to develop their own Workplace Harassment Policy. Course Objectives Define workplace harassment. Understand bullies and how to avoid hiring them. Create a risk assessment and understand how to handle violence. Recognize social and business responsibility. Develop relevant policies and procedures. Learn how to investigate complaints.