Managing an Aging Workforce

HRPA

Many employers are reluctant to address concerns and questions with older employees for fear of a age-related human rights complaint or a wrongful dismissal lawsuit. This webinar provides a primer on key issues facing older employees, the questions that arise (retirement, employee transition, performance issues, medical information and accommodation) and how to avoid a lawsuit or human rights complaint.
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Spotlight

As new generations are entering the workforce, they inject businesses with a burst of innovative thoughts that comes from fresh perspective. This contemporary workforce also brings with them a different set of preferences as they relate to work styles and professional requirements. For the first time in history, five generations coexist in the workplace, all with unique drivers, needs and expectations. As a result, businesses around the globe are experiencing the beginnings of a dramatic upheaval.

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Recruiting During A Talent Shortage

G&A Partners

Recruiting and retaining top talent is never easy, but when the unemployment rate is at the lowest it’s been in nearly 50 years, it’s especially tough. In this webinar, Eleesha Martin, G&A Partners’ Recruiting Manager, explore some of the factors causing the current talent shortage and outline strategies employers of all sizes and across all industries can use to better attract and engage qualified candidates throughout the recruiting process.
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How to Navigate Recent Changes to Transformer and Power Supply Standards

Overview of ratings and applications for the 61558 Series of standards. This informational webinar will provide insight into the 3rd Edition of IEC 61558-1. Navigating global regulations is a challenge for any size company. UL is here to help you understand the complex compliance requirements for transformers and power supplies
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The Intersection Between FMLA and ADA: Managing Employee Leaves of Absence/Interactions Between the Statutes

lorman

There are many laws and rules that govern what happens when an employee takes a leave, or seems to be in need of taking such a leave. The federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 is the bible for any employer when considering its obligations and an employee's rights in leave scenarios, but other statutes must also be considered. What happens when an on-the-job injury is involved? What happens when the leave is triggered by a disability unrelated to the workplace (e.g. heart attack)?
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The Recruiting Sweet Spot: Aligning Candidate and Employer Expectations

BambooHR

What does it take to match a candidate with a job position? Ask this question, and you’ll get a different answer from everyone involved in the recruiting process. Some will prioritize skills and education, while others insist that finding a good culture fit is most important. Some recruiters just hope they can find a candidate that matches long list of qualifications they received from their hiring manager. And when employers finally find a candidate that clears these hurdles, it can still be difficult to know whether they’ve made a good hire or if the candidate will job hop in the first six months.
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Spotlight

As new generations are entering the workforce, they inject businesses with a burst of innovative thoughts that comes from fresh perspective. This contemporary workforce also brings with them a different set of preferences as they relate to work styles and professional requirements. For the first time in history, five generations coexist in the workplace, all with unique drivers, needs and expectations. As a result, businesses around the globe are experiencing the beginnings of a dramatic upheaval.

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