BACKGROUND CHECKS AND COMPLIANCE
CRIMES AND CRIMINALS
Learn how to match criminal history to business necessity. If you’ve ever seen criminal records on a background screen and wondered what it meant, this is the presentation for you. Learn about criminal mind-set, crime theory, behaviors that underlie criminal convictions, and how to use this knowledge to screen applicants appropriately.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE TRAINING
EMPLOYEE TRAINING FOR A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Drug abuse creates a whole host of problems in the workplace. Educate your employees about their role in a drug-free workplace. Prepare them to contribute to a safety culture.
SUPERVISOR TRAINING FOR A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Drug abuse creates a whole host of problems in the workplace. Train your supervisors to recognize the drug culture and drug impairment in order to reap the benefits of working soberly.
THE DRUG CULTURE
The Drug Culture is real. Employee drug abuse impacts corporate image and your bottom line. Learn about the modern drug culture, popular drugs of abuse, and how to implement an integrated system to mitigate the risk of drug abuse in your workplace.
FORM I-9 COMPLIANCE
ELECTRONIC I-9'S: WELCOME TO SIMPLICITY
With federal audits of I9 files dramatically increasing, it might be time to take a fresh look at how to best comply with DHS regulations on these important documents. Learn about the advantages of an Electronic I-9 and how to make the I-9 process simple!
HR SPECIFIC TRAINING
Whether by threats, physical fighting, or potential for an active shooter, HR professionals must face the hazards of violence in the workplace. Learn how to interrupt the cycle of workplace violence from our experts in body language, crisis intervention, and physical security design.
SOLVING PEOPLE PROBLEMS
Confronting performance deficiencies is one of the most hazardous and distasteful parts of the supervisory job. According to one study, 81% of people avoid confronting a coworker about in appropriate behavior, even when a customer/client or the organization suffered as a result. Supervisors commonly hesitate to confront performance deficiencies because they lack the skills they need to confront performance problems successfully, or because they don’t have the answers to all of the questions the employee is likely to ask. This session will provide you with the process of correcting an employee performance problem by defining – clearly, accurately and unarguably – the gap that exists between DESIRED performance and ACTUAL performance.
Conflict: We avoid it or ignore it. We try to smooth it over without really addressing the issue. We also try the “win-lose confrontation” approach where power is used at the expense of the other person’s feelings. Yet, we are still unable to successfully resolve conflict. As part of any dynamic business organization, conflict arises because people care and want to do their job well. Conflict is beneficial when the focus is on finding the best solution. It becomes destructive when the focus is on people and “winning”. This session will introduce the elements that exist during conflict, help us identify the cues that trigger emotional reactions so we can better manage them, and build on communication strategies. Managers will be able to more effectively working through conflict, resulting in stronger working relationships and encouraging creative solutions.