Do you know what your training obligations are under the law?
Can your supervisors and managers spot possible workplace issues before they become actionable, costly mistakes?
Can your supervisors and managers deal with conflict in the workplace?
Customized Training Geared for Your Workplace
Employee Relations Consultants conducts training which is specifically tailored to meet your company’s needs. Sexual Harassment training, which is required in California, every other year, for companies of 50 or more employees, is designed to be both informative and entertaining.
“Managing Within the Law” gives supervisors/managers a broad overview of where the pitfalls may occur as they take employees through the “Employee Life Cycle.” The course includes:
- Defining Roles
- The Legal Overlay – Key Concepts
- Applying the Law
- The Acquisition of Talent
- The Employment Process
- Discipline and Counseling
- Dispute Resolution
- Leaving the Company
- Practical Tips for Dealing with Common Issues
As in all Employee Relations Consultants’ trainings, case studies are used to enrich the learning experience, and the class is customized to your organization’s needs.
About the Course Instructor
Susan Daniel is an experienced and entertaining speaker and trainer who has presented programs for the Practicing Law Institute (PLI), the National Employment Law Institute (NELI), California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB), the Personnel Association of Sonoma County (PASCO) as well as for many companies.
Additionally, she has taught at Santa Clara University School of Law and presently teaches at Empire Law School in Santa Rosa, California.
Client Comments About Training
“For several years, Empire College has utilized Employee Relations Consultants for training supervisors on sexual harassment prevention.
Not only is Ms. Daniel thoroughly knowledgeable about the subject, she tailors her presentations to incorporate examples that are specific to an educational environment.
Through handouts and team exercises, the workshop is informative, relevant, and often entertaining.”
–Sherie L. Hurd, Executive VP, Marketing and Operations, Empire College