Dallas HR Webinars
Mitigating risk and upholding organizational values by supporting the development of ethical practices. Developing, implementing/administering and evaluating programs, procedures and policies in order to provide a safe, secure working environment and to protect the organization from potential liability.
How Tests and Other Employment Practices can be IllegalContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/29/2019
Understanding the legal implications of tests and other employment practices is critical for HR professionals. An employer can’t intentionally discriminate, but, in the vast majority of claims brought under the 1991 Civil Rights Act’s Title VII or Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (41 CRF 60-3) – the only way to challenge a practice is to claim it’s discriminatory – intentional discrimination is not alleged. Most claims are triggered statistically by adverse impact – that it caused a protected group to be under-selected – despite employer commitment to EEO. This sessionwill demonstrate the two ways a practice can be discriminatory within how anti-discrimination law evolved into Title VII and the Uniform Guidelines, with many firsthand case examples; differences between the two legal standards; and basic exam legal defensibility, while humorously debunking legal defensibility myths. Learning Objectives: Understand basic legal defensibility at the lay level to be proactive to mitigate potential employment practice liability; Debunk EEO compliance myths through examination of case examples and learn what not to do to mitigate liability; Become aware that the federal government doesn't always know what they're supposed to be enforcing.
Stormy Seas Ahead: How to Navigate Benefits ComplianceContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/29/2019
Benefits compliance has become increasingly complex and continues to evolve. Similar to geology, movements may appear to be slow but can result in seismic shifts that have the potential to escalate to a tsunami level. Always lurking beneath the surface are any number of enforcement agencies with significant penalties at their disposal under various laws like the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), Mental Health Parity and the Tax Code. This session will help participants navigate through these troubled waters, them on the major group health plan legal issues facing employers today... and tomorrow. Learning Objectives: Gain insight into the major group health plan legal issues facing employers today; Understand the enforcement agencies and the significant penalties organizations face for non-compliance; Implement innovative strategies and best practices to navigate the increasingly complex regulatory changes to benefits compliance.
The Future of Employer Sponsored HealthcareContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/29/2019
Learn about the future of employer sponsored health care. This session provides an in depth look at: alternative health plans and why it’s important you know about them, true consumerism in health care and the impact high deductible health plans have had. (Spoiler alert, it’s not so great!), the hidden dollars in the pharmacy system and why quality actually matters more than discounts. Learning Objectives: Describe the current landscape of healthcare; Recognize the keys to driving down healthcare costs within your organization; Understand alternative healthcare plans in the market and how they can significantly improve your employees healthcare experience.
Reduce the Human and Financial Cost of Job-Related InjuryContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2019
HR has a unique opportunity to reduce the human and financial cost of job injuries even without direct responsibility for workers’ compensation. Many factors not directly related to the actual injury drive lengthy unnecessary absences, job loss, escalating medical issues, and costly staff turnover. Understanding these cost drivers, what employers can and should be doing, and what to expect from their insurance carrier and doctors, the better the employer will be at controlling costs.. Private employers in Texas are not required to carry workers’ compensation insurance but employers who do not have workers’ compensation must still manage job-related injury issues. This session provides tools to significantly reduce workers’ compensation costs and the business costs related to on the job injuries. We examine the impact company culture, supervisor/management skills and socio-economic situations have on costs. Participants will learn to avoid some of the pitfalls faced by employers in getting injured employees back to work after an injury occurs. Learning Objectives: Understand and address the factors driving high injury costs; Develop an improved understanding of workers' compensation; Learn what employers can and should be doing to manage costs.
Per SHRM and HRCI recertification guidelines, online content is eligible for recertification credit for two years from date of capture. Content will expire based on the following schedule:
- 2019 Conference Expiration Date: October 31,2021
- 2018 Conference Expiration Date: October 1, 2020
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