Increasing Women in Corporate Leadership

HRPA

The benefits of having increased female representation on corporate boards and leadership teams are numerous--including increased financial returns for the corporation and improved organizational and board effectiveness. This webinar examines the current state of women in Canadian corporate leadership, the benefits of having more diverse corporate boards and leadership teams, steps that have been taken to address the issue, and the role of HR professionals in accelerating the pace of change for women in leadership.
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Spotlight

There’s a silent killer in your workplace. It lurks in the shadows, depleting your energy, sacking your concentration, and shaking your confidence. Your co-workers talk about it in hushed tones (if at all), and your boss is in denial of its very existence… Its name? Stress. It’s no joke. Countless studies show that excess stress can cause real physical symptoms like headaches, upset stomach, increased blood pressure, chest pain, and trouble sleeping. That’s not to mention its role in mood disorders like anxiety and depression.


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Data, AI & Continuous Reskilling: The Future of Workforce Development

HR.COM

It takes an average of 42 days to fill an open position. In many cases, it takes A LOT longer. But, once they’re hired, how long does it take for a new employee to become productive? Weeks? Months? Years? In a world rife with disruption, organizations can rarely afford to add risk to their business by waiting that long. To stay agile, your workforce development strategy must evolve so you can build the talent of tomorrow by reskilling the employees of today.
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Impact of NLRA on Nonunion Employers

lorman

Employees have the right under the National Labor Relations Act to form together for their mutual aid and protection and to engage in concerted activity to better their working conditions or protest those conditions. Although these actions usually occur in a union setting, nonunion employees also enjoy these protections and rights. Additionally, although nonunion employers are not bound to or confined by a collective bargaining agreement, the implementation of certain employer policies may unintentionally (or otherwise) impact adversely upon the exercise of these federally protected rights. This topic will educate nonunion employers as to their obligations to their employees, what they can and cannot prohibit, how to be aware of when union organizers are making an effort to bring a union in and how to deal with that contingency.
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Mandatory Employee Breaks: What to Do When Employees Are Not Taking Their Breaks

Lorman

Learn how to minimize company-wide liability by ensuring your employees are receiving mandatory breaks. In 2019, employers are facing an unfettered number of wage and hour claims, on an individual and company-wide basis. Many of these claims arise from an employer's duty to provide breaks under various employment laws. This topic will provide an overview of break requirements and then delve into best practices for the most cutting-edge break policies available to employers, including a compliance and reporting program for violations.
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Human Resource - The Decade Ahead

Digital HR - Beyond Limits

The changing nature of organizations and their employees pose a severe challenge to Human Resources. If there is no viable future for the HR functions – HR professionals will inevitably be replaced by software.
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Spotlight

There’s a silent killer in your workplace. It lurks in the shadows, depleting your energy, sacking your concentration, and shaking your confidence. Your co-workers talk about it in hushed tones (if at all), and your boss is in denial of its very existence… Its name? Stress. It’s no joke. Countless studies show that excess stress can cause real physical symptoms like headaches, upset stomach, increased blood pressure, chest pain, and trouble sleeping. That’s not to mention its role in mood disorders like anxiety and depression.

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