1. Attracting a skilled workforce: employee engagement and retention strategies
The number one issue for most companies is attracting and retaining talent. In order to retain top talent, you must be able to recruit effectively. This session will help you define and integrate your recruiting efforts into a retention plan. You will learn:
- How to raise your employer profile
- How to deploy recruiting efforts
- Strategies to retain your top talent
2. Federal Policies Creating Compliance Issues
Is your business struggling with the alphabet soup of employment law? Are you baffled by the newest legislation? This session will give you practical insight from an employer's perspective to take back to your business. We will review current and pressing legal compliance issues and provide insights to realistically implement solutions for compliance.
3. Employee Development/Training
Have you heard of the saying: "What if I train my employees and they leave? What if you don't, and they stay?" Employee training and development is a broad term covering multiple kinds of employee learning. This session explores developing and implementing an employee training strategy and understanding the variety of resources that may be able to help your organization.
4. Managing Safety and Workplace Violence
The cost of injury prevention is far less than the cost of an injury or violent incident. A safe and healthy workplace attracts and retains quality employees, is an asset to the community, operates more efficiently, and enjoys a healthy bottom line. Learn what you can do to promote a safer working environment and how to recognize the factors that contribute to violence in the workplace so that your business and workers can thrive.
5. Managing Employee Attendance
Managing employee attendance is important to ensure that workers are consistently present to do their jobs, and are working productively for the benefit of the organization. Learn how you can create a comprehensive attendance program that will keep employees at work, while reducing health care and worker compensation costs. In addition, learn best practices for managing and tracking FMLA and leave of absence.
6. Effective Compensation Programs
Salary structures are an important component of effective compensation programs and can help you to remain competitive externally and equitable internally. A well-designed salary structure ties employee performance to salary ranges that provides a compensation framework for management. Learn how, when, why to review and update salary structures and the advantages of keeping these up to date during times of growth and change.