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    Make Your Life Easier! Easy Steps for Compliance Training for Every Company

    Date: April 28, 2016, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
    Linda Giordano
    Colorado Mountain College, Edwards Campus
    150 Miller Ranch Rd
    Edwards, CO 81632
    $15 HCHRA Members / $35 Non-Members
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    Peter Rudy is the managing partner in the employment and business law firm of Rudy Law LLC. With offices in Avon and Denver, the firm represents clients throughout Colorado in all areas of management employment, labor and business law. The firm is heavily involved in the in the hospitality, construction and high tech industries, working with hotels, restaurants, ski resorts, contractors and software engineering companies. Rudy Law emphasizes preventive employment lawyering: designing and implementing programs that help avoid claims. This includes termination risk assessment, management training, and counseling management on employment issues.  Peter speaks frequently to trade associations and groups throughout the west. He has been a featured speaker for Ski Country USA, Adventure Travel Trade Association, the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, Council on Education in Management, and numerous state and local chambers of commerce and restaurant associations.  Click here for Peter's full bio.

    Easy Steps for Compliance Training for Every Company – How it will make your life easier and improve your company’s HR

    Not too long ago, compliance training for HR were dirty words, guaranteed to fall on deaf ears by management.  As an HR professional, you knew the value of having managers keep abreast of changes in law – and get refreshed on important topics.  Trouble was, few shared your insight.  Compliance training has gone from a good idea to a mandatory preventative employment practice.  Several states now require companies to have yearly or bi-yearly EEO refresher courses.   And the EEOC has adopted that position as well:  for all EEO claims now brought against employers, the EEOC will ask each witness:  when and how were you trained on EEO policy, and when and how was this training refreshed?   In this seminar, we will cover the basics help you sell management on the need for it and give you the tools to present your own training.

    Topics to be covered:

    What is the “compliance” part of annual compliance training?

    • Overview of how courts and EEO agencies now view compliance training or the lack of it.
    • How to sell management on the tangible benefits to doing it – from happier employees, to confident managers to reducing claims
    • What topics to cover and what topics to avoid
    • Sample agendas to work from.
    • Pluses and minuses of audience participation
    • How to keep from putting your managers to sleep: everyone loves a good story
    • Tailoring the training to your company, its handbook, its reoccurring issues
    • Quality is paramount – not quantity/length: keep it short. 

    2 SHRM PDCs and 2 HRCI General Credits have been approved for this program.

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