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Services: Training

Human Resource Advantage conducts training for companies who desire to provide their staff (both management and non-management) the essential tools necessary to perform their job to the fullest extent possible. Such tools include the basics of employment law, and the essential fundamentals required to be in compliance. Our goal is to deliver quality training presentations that will improve performance and enhance employee skills. Each training session is customized to incorporate your company’s unique work environment and philosophy. Below is a sample list of training that is offered. Please note, Human Resource Advantage can create a training topic specific to your needs and organizational structure.

  • Supervisor, Business Owner & Entry-level HR Professional Training
  • Anti-Harassment
  • COBRA, The A-B-Cs of COBRA Documentation, Tracking & Compliance
  • Documentations & Record Retention
  • Driver Safety Training
  • Interviewing, Performance, Disciplinary Actions & Termination
  • Performance Management (Performance Appraisal Process)
  • Team Building

Training Session Samples


Harassment

Agenda:

I. An Overview of Harassment Law

  1. Who are “Protected Classes”
  2. A Definition of Unlawful Harassment
  3. Examples of Unlawful Harassment
  4. Circumstances Where Unlawful Harassment Occurs

 

II. Employee Obligations Under the Law

  1. Know Workplace Policy
  2. Confront Incidents of Unlawful Harassment
  3. Report without Retaliation
  4. Attend Training
  5. Effectively Perform Your Job
  6. Show Respect

 

For more information, or to schedule this session, please call (417) 894-3667.


Driver Safety Training

The purpose of this training is to ensure:

Safety — Our most important goal is the SAFETY of employees. As an employee, you are one of the MOST important assets that we have.

Guidance — We want to provide guidance on the proper use of company vehicles.

Cost — Vehicle accidents are costly to the company, but more importantly, they may result in injury to you or others.

Driver Responsibility — It is the employee’s “driver” responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner and to drive defensively to prevent injuries and property damage.

For more information, or to schedule this session, please call (417) 894-3667.


Documentation and Record Retention

DOs of “Written” Counseling

Do…     Specify date, time, and location of infraction and the specific nature of the infraction.

Do…     Check the employee’s history. Warnings should be sequential and include the steps of progressive discipline.

Do…     State the next step of discipline should the employee repeat the infraction (i.e. final written warning or further disciplinary action up to and including termination).

Do…     Ask the employee to sign the warning form. Should the employee refuse to sign, you may write “employee refused to sign” in the space and have a witness initial that the employee received a copy of the notice.

For more information, or to schedule this session, please call (417) 894-3667.


COBRA Obligations of Employer

Session Agenda:

  • Purpose of COBRA being enacted and what Federal law requires of employers
  • What employers are covered by the act
  • State laws regarding continuation of insurance when COBRA may not be applicable
  • Recognize who is a qualified beneficiary
  • Discussion of COBRA qualifying events
  • Explanation of duration of coverage
  • Examples of the appropriate notices to send and when to send them
  • Recognize when COBRA elections can be made and how the cost of coverage is paid

For more information, or to schedule this session, please call (417) 894-3667.