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Labor Law for Managers and Leaders

About the program

Whether leading a team of salaried or hourly workers, professional or administrative staff, keeping up on the changing landscape of labor law can be challenging at best. This program is delivered in two modules designed to educate the participants in key topics ranging from managing multiple generations to various important federal requirements.

Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce

  • The hiring process – compliance, streamlining process, training of HR/supervisors
    • EEOC documentation & BFOQ standards
  • Managing a multi-generational workforce
    • Mentoring and coaching
    • Technology solutions
    • Training
  • Progressive discipline
    • Process
    • Documentation
  • Terminating employees
    • Supervisor documentation
    • Investigation
    • Benefits, final pay, etc.
  • DOL audit - how to prepare

HIPAA, FMLA, FLSA, and Other Critical Labor Laws

  • HIPAA compliance for human resource professionals
    • Training of supervisors
    • HIPAA policy manual
    • Annual training of HR staff
  • FMLA compliance for human resource professionals
    • Training of supervisors
    • Outsource vs. internal tracking
    • FMLA procedure
  • Harassment avoidance training
  • FLSA wage and hour law compliance

Learning objectives

  • Participants will gain an understanding of the basic requirements needed for managing or leading a workforce.
  • Participants will gain an understanding of the unique labor law complexities of managing a diverse, multi-generational workforce.
  • Participants will gain an understanding of various labor laws and the importance of compliance.

Designed for:

  • Individuals in human resources who need to brush up on labor law
  • Individuals that have not been trained in labor law but have been assigned human resources responsibility
  • Leaders, managers, supervisors and anyone with staff responsibility

Cost and registration

For more information or for registration assistance, please contact the Division for Professional Engagement at dpe@uindy.edu or call 317-788-3393.

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