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Instructor : Don Phin
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Overview: The impact of marijuana use on the workplace is skyrocketing.

The impact of marijuana use on the workplace is skyrocketing. State after state legalizes its use, not just for medicinal purposes, but for recreational ones too. At the same time, the Feds haven't legalized any of its use.

The two most common questions employers have are:

  • Our company does drug screenings, and an employee has provided a medical marijuana card. How do we handle that?
  • Our state allows recreational marijuana. What does this mean if we have a drug-free workplace policy?
  • The answers to these questions involve numerous factors, including but not limited to the following
  • The state they are in
  • Why somebody is using it (medicinally or recreationally)
  • How recently they used it
  • The safety aspects of their job
  • The company's policy on marijuana use

In this training, Don will summarize the challenges faced by employers in managing employee marijuana use, explain the law addressing this subject, describe relevant marijuana testing devices, and analyze recent court cases. He’ll finish with a few words of advice for the wise.

Don has been a California employment practices attorney since 1983. He litigated employment and business cases for 17 years and quit once he figured out that nobody wins a lawsuit. Since leaving litigation, he has written numerous books and presented more than 500 times to executives nationwide. He loves talking about emotional intelligence and creating engaging workplaces!

Don was the founder and President of HR That Works, used by 3,500 companies and acquired by ThinkHR in January of 2014. He worked there for two years as a V.P.

Now in his “wisdom sharing years,” Don loves advising and coaching executives. He continues to inspire with his speaking and training.
Instructor : Gary Heppner
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Overview: Who is responsible for the program: Supervisor training: What OSHA requires for safety training: What OSHA wants to see in your safety program. Who is responsible for the program: Supervisor training:  What OSHA requires for safety training: What OSHA wants to see in your safety program.
Gary Heppner 30 years an independent Insurance broker in California, writing a large book of workers compensation and other lines of insurance. Been providing assistance with over 23+ OSHA Consultative visit from OSHA during the last 19 years.

Speaking on Webinars Monthly to all 50-states for the last 1.5 years. Held 1-hour webinar to equipment rental agencies in North America. Featured one month in Equipment rental agencies monthly magazine. Conducted over 100 + "OSHA Mock OSHA Audits" for clients to determine compliance
Instructor : Gerry McLaughlin
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Overview: It is Important for Managers and Supervisors to understand the Importance of Documentation regarded their represented employees.

It is Important for Managers and Supervisors to understand the Importance of Documentation regarded their represented employees. It is critical for them to understand the Impact and depth that Documentation has on multiple areas of the workplace and operation of the business.

One Key area of impact is the Just Cause Standard and how the failure to properly Document will result in the costly loss of Grievances and Arbitration cases.

How Documentation impacts an Employees's Right of Due Process in the day to day operation of your business.

Failure to properly Document impacts the Disciplinary process clearly in the area of consistent treatment of employees. (Example:
Billy,our best Employee punched his boss normally that's Termination but we want to issue a Written warning!)
Documentation is impacted by your Supervisors and Managers Past Practice in the Workplace. (Example: Smoking used to be a Verbal Discussion to File, yesterday we Suspended two employees for Smoking in non designated areas!)

This Workshop will address those main areas and much more to ensure that all members of the management team understand the proper methods, the reasoning for Documentation and the results that can be achieved in the Workplace as well as the costly errors that can be avoided.

Gerry McLaughlin Ms. IR, is the author of "Negotiating The Labor Agreement” His experience covers 40 years of successfully negotiating over 500+ labor contracts in varied industries as Executive Director and Vice President for Fortune 100 Companies, and in areas, such as, but not limited to, Manufacturing, Distribution, Telecom, Retail, Healthcare & Senior Care, Food services, Housekeeping & Facilities.

He has negotiated with over 20 National and Local Unions, trained 1000’s of Managers in “Managing a Union Workforce", “Negotiating The Labor Agreement” , and “Your Employees Are Organizing A Union”, Collective Bargaining as well as Union Avoidance and Employee Relations issues. He knows and fully understands:
  • How to build and maintain successful relationships with Union Leaders locally and nationally
  • Maintain and/or Develop existing Managements Rights to ensure the unfettered Right “to run your business” to ensure successful Workplace policies
  • Develop and/or protect consistent Contract language. He consistently ensures that clients expectations are often exceeded
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Overview: Project management is the art and science of getting results by following a roadmap laid down to turn customers desires into concrete products and services by following established procedures in a defined sequence.

Project management is the art and science of getting results by following a roadmap laid down to turn customers desires into concrete products and services by following established procedures in a defined sequence.

The Project Management Institute brought active practitioners together to produce the Project Management Body of Knowledge, PMBOK, which is used around the world on all sorts of projects of varying sizes, with or without software support tools.

PMBOK definition: A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. It is temporary because every project has a definite beginning and a definite end. It is Unique because the product or service delivered is different from others. Organizations use projects to achieve their strategic needs, which cannot be attained through normal operational means.

Dr. Joseph Juran, a founder of the quality movement, provides another definition:

A project is a problem scheduled for solution. The key to a successful project is beginning with a clear definition of the business problem: What is the gap between what we have and what we want?

Rebecca Staton-Reinstein, PhD, and president of Advantage Leadership, Inc. works with leaders around the world who want engaged employees to increase bottom-line results and delight customers through strategic planning, culture change, and team development. Rebecca has contributed to organizational success as a manager and executive.

As a consultant she uses her proven ability to mentor leaders through major change, working with them to craft customized, successful solutions to complex business issues in all economic sectors. She is the author of several books on strategic planning and strategic leadership, holds a PhD in organizational development, and is a Legacy Professional Member of the National Speakers Association.

She has served as president of many civic, business, and nonprofit boards of directors, and has been honored for her work on 4 continents.
Instructor : Dr. Miriam Reiss
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Overview: This dynamic webinar is designed to provide you with hands-on, practical tools for dealing with those who complicate and intensify the workplace by their personality and level of demand.

This dynamic webinar is designed to provide you with hands-on, practical tools for dealing with those who complicate and intensify the workplace by their personality and level of demand. These individuals stop organizational productivity and effectiveness in their department or division, and this can ripple through the organization as a whole.

We will cover key material that can teach you diverse approaches for handling difficult personalities and behaviors that work in a variety of settings. From classic, tried-and-true approaches to newer, well-researched techniques, you will learn multiple strategies for bringing forward more useful behaviors from co-workers, direct reports, managers and supervisors.

Dr. Miriam Reiss blends strong executive, leadership and career coaching skills with proven client success. Miriam has been a leader in the coaching industry for over two decades.

Miriam's results-driven approach holds clients to the highest standard and supports them in peak performance. Her style combines wisdom, strategy and leading edge resources. She is a specialist in career and leadership development, neuroscience, marketing and wellness. Miriam has coached individuals at all levels in a wide spectrum of industries and has worked with employees representing companies ranging from Microsoft, Fidelity and Boeing to the Peace Corps.

Miriam’s background includes training in Applied Psychology and Professional Coaching. She is certified by the International Coaching Federation as a Master Coach and holds degrees from Cornell and Columbia Universities.