ShawHankins partners with NFP to offer year-round training opportunities for employers on the issues that affect their employees and business.
It’s no wonder that many organizations face employee performance problems, low levels of engagement and double-digit attrition rates. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that U.S. companies with fewer than 100 employees invest only 24 minutes per year in management training, and those with 100-500 employees invest just 12 minutes per year. Despite these dismal statistics, numerous research studies demonstrate a direct correlation between manager competency and employee productivity, business results and financial outcomes. Managers need – and want! – training that will enable them to fully contribute to the organization’s success.
California (CA) has many state and local laws and ordinances that impact employer benefit offerings and leave policies. Join this webinar as Sarah and Jill break down the different rules and how they impact both in-state employers and out-of-state employers with employees or places of business in CA. Topics include state continuation, coverage for domestic partnerships, disability insurance, leave issues (including CA’s rules on paid family and sick leave, pregnancy disability leave, and the CA Family Rights Act (CA’s version of FMLA)), and city-specific requirements (like the Bay Area’s commuter benefits, San Diego and San Francisco’s equal benefits ordinance, and San Francisco’s Health Care Security Ordinance). read more »
October 9, 2017 3:00 PM
The District of Columbia (DC) has several laws that impact DC-based employers and employers with DC employees. Specifically, DC has its own version of family and medical leave that requires employers with 20 or more employees working in DC to provide up to 32 weeks of unpaid leave to eligible employees within a 24-month period. Also, DC recently enacted a new paid leave law that takes effect in 2020 (with contributions beginning in 2019). Join Jill Brooking to discuss how these requirements interact with each other and with federal FMLA. read more »
New York’s (NY) New Paid Family Leave (PFL) law takes effect Jan. 1, 2018, and applies to any employer (including out-of-state employers) with one or more employees working in NY. Employers will need to review their leave policies and benefit offering strategies in an attempt to comply with the new rules. Join Chase Cannon as he explores the background and details of the new law, including the types of employers that need to comply, employees that are entitled to PFL-protected leave, reasons for taking leave, and the amount of benefits payable during the leave. In addition, Chase will break down what is required of employers, including notice requirements, benefit protections, coordination and comparison with other state and federal leave protections and potential penalties for noncompliance. read more »
HIPAA, HIPAA, HIPAA
With the increasing occurrences of hacking, malware, and general electronic disclosure of information, protecting personal health information (PHI) has never been more important. Join us for a rousing discussion with Total HIPAA, who will remind us of HIPAA’s privacy and security requirements and give tips for employers to follow in administering their own plans. read more »