You’ve heard the statement, “If it’s not written down, it didn’t happen.” The human resources mantra to managers and supervisors is to "document, document, document," because disciplinary actions can often give rise to claims of discrimination, leading to high costs of litigation. But do your managers and supervisor know how, when, and what to document?
This webinar will show you how to manage and prevent fear of public speaking by giving you effective techniques. You will learn how to harness your nervous energy, engage with your audience, and use your body language to feel more confident in front of an audience.
Much of the information written on this topic is overly positive toward the concept of leadership and negative toward management and may convey the notion that they are separate entities. This webinar will ensure that listeners know exactly what both are, why both are important and how they are used together to ensure success.
An OSHA inspection can happen at any time. You won’t have advance warning that an inspector is going to show up, so it’s crucial to always be ready. But the main question is how to be so sure that your Safety program will pass the audit?
Many employers think their OSHA recordkeeping logs and procedures are fully compliant, only to learn after an OSHA inspection and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties, that they were not.
Employers need to be ready to address safety and health as well as employment issues concerning a post-pandemic workplace, including understanding and addressing a number of federal and state requirements to reopen and resume operations.