Additional Educational Opportunities

The Employment Law & Legislative Conference is sold out. If you are currently registered and would like to add a preconference program to your registration please contact member care at  +1.800.283.7476, option #3 (U.S.) +1.703.548.3440, option #3 (Int’l) between the hours of 8:00 am (ET) and 8:00 pm (ET).
 
The SHRM Employment Law & Legislative Conference provides a great opportunity to add-on a seminar at a reduced rate. By adding a seminar to your conference registration, you save more than $300 off the cost of a stand-alone seminar registration. Bundle and save!

 

When:
Sunday, March 11  08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Recertification Credit:
7.50 SHRM PDCs
Audience:
Midlevel

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees may apply.

Program Overview

Explore a best-practice framework for conducting internal investigations, on which organizational policies, procedures, and work rules can be developed and anchored. Practice investigation skills and techniques through a case study that runs through the entirety of the program.

Program Objectives

This program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Communicate a best-practice process framework for conducting internal investigations, on which organizational policies, procedures and work rules can be developed and anchored
  • Employ tactics to mitigate the risks of employment-related litigation
  • Develop HR policies, process, procedures, and work rules that will result in a more appreciative, engaged and productive workforce
When:
Sunday, March 11  08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Recertification Credit:
7.50 SHRM PDCs
Audience:
Midlevel

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees may apply.

Program Overview

Challenge your understanding of ethics and discover ways to create and support a culture of ethics in your organization. Learn how to identify behaviors that don't align with your organization's core values and how to communicate expectations to your staff. Practice coaching ethics through sample situations, discuss key ethical processes to implement across your organization, and explore the federal legal requirements around ethics.

Program Objectives

This program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Communicate the importance of ethical behavior through organizational codes of conduct and conflict of interest statements and in global business operations
  • Develop strategies for coaching leaders to set standards and model ethical behavior
  • Identify methods of supporting ethical behaviors at all levels by assessing the impact of opportunity, pressure, and rationalization
  • Identify key laws and regulations around ethics for both domestic and global business
  • Identify opportunities for HR to lead in an ethical business culture