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Employee Supervision (BOLI): A 2-Day Basic Training

Description

This workshop is sponsored by the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI).  This two-day information-packed seminar is for new supervisors or management staff who need a refresher in the basics of supervision. 

The presentation features highlights from several TA seminars that provide an overview of employment laws supervisors must understand to work effectively, including:

          • At-will employment and its exceptions
          • Civil Rights laws and protected classes
          • Wage and hour laws
          • Leave laws, including the Oregon Family Leave Act and the federal Family and Medical Leave Act
          • Workers' Compensations and ADA/disability rights
          • Understanding and avoiding workplace harassment
          • Lawful and effective interviews
          • Starting employees off on the right foot
          • Establishing goals and standards
          • Coaching and motivating strategies to improve performance
          • Documenting performance issues
          • Writing effective performance appraisals
          • Employee discipline
          • Termination as a last resort

This seminar is targeted toward human resources personnel, managers, and front line supervisors.

This seminar has been approved for Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) recertification for PHR, SPHR and GPHR.

Please note that registration needs to be made directly through BOLI. 

Category
Leadership, Management, Supervision
Department
HR/Professional Development
Restriction
Registration must be made directly through BOLI. See "Prerequisite" section for more information
Published
Yes
Prerequisite

Registration MUST be made through BOLI at:
http://www.oregon.gov/boli/TA/pages/t_sem_taseminar.aspx#top

Additional Information

Check-in starts at 8:30 a.m.

Sessions