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Employee Fundamentals & Compliance Listings

Documenting Employee Performance

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Employee Handbook Essentials

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Handling Employee Discipline

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Harassment Training

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Managing Leaves of Absence

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New Employers — Launch & Grow

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Recruiting the Right Talent

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The HR Toolbox—Essentials for Every Supervisor/Manager

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Understanding the Performance Management Process

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Video Display Terminal (VDT)/ Ergonomics

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    Managing Stress (AM)

    9:30 am-11:30 am
    12/07/2018
    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)
    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)

    These days, it seems as though stress is just part of the package at work. This program begins by exploring different sources of stress, and how each can negatively impact our thinking (mind) and physiology (body), and even bleed into other areas of our lives. It also recognizes that a certain amount of healthy stress can be motivating and lead us in the direction of achieving our goals. However, when stress tips over to the point where we are reaching for unhealthy and unproductive ways of relieving tension, it becomes imperative to step away and take time to regroup.

    Participants will learn simple and easy strategies that can be engaged immediately to alleviate some of the heaviness associated with stress at work.

    Learn More & Register →

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    07.December.Friday

    Developing Your Organization's Core Values (PM)

    1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    12/07/2018
    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)
    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)

    Core values are a company’s most important qualities that steer the business in an intended direction. They serve as a beacon and offer clarity on many levels. When understood and embraced by employees, they nurture positive work cultures. They provide solid justification for strategy and decision making. They provide organizations with stability, especially in moments of growth or crisis, when clarity is needed most. Finally, establishing core values sets the stage for creating a mission and vision statement as a potential next step.

    This program will help leaders identify and commit to a set of core values they wish to cultivate in their organization.

    Learn More & Register →

  • 10
    10.December.Monday

    Managing Employee Discipline: It's Not About Punishment, It's About Feedback and Growth

    8:00 am-9:30 am
    12/10/2018

    Employee discipline can be a difficult experience that managers and supervisors avoid because they don’t have the tools or experience to manage through the disciplinary process effectively. This makes the experience unproductive and uncomfortable for both the manager and the employee.

    Are you ready to turn the employee disciplinary process into a positive tool for employee feedback and growth?

    Please join KMA Human Resources Consulting and  Clark Insurance for this complimentary breakfast brief in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday, December 10, 2018.

    • See this process not as discipline but as feedback.
    • Feel better prepared for future employee discussions.
    • Learn how to quickly and succinctly document discussions.
    • Network, and enjoy coffee and light breakfast fare.

    You will also come away with helpful tools and templates!

    The event speaker is Rhoda McVeigh, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, who is a Human Resources Consultant with KMA in Bedford, NH. She supports clients in a broad range of human resources services and has been in HR leadership roles for 30 years with multi-state organizations. She specializes in employee relations and performance management and has designed and facilitated training and development for employees and managers at all organizational levels.

    Learn More & Register →

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  • 9:30 am-11:30 am
    12/07/2018

    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)

    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)

    These days, it seems as though stress is just part of the package at work. This program begins by exploring different sources of stress, and how each can negatively impact our thinking (mind) and physiology (body), and even bleed into other areas of our lives. It also recognizes that a certain amount of healthy stress can be motivating and lead us in the direction of achieving our goals. However, when stress tips over to the point where we are reaching for unhealthy and unproductive ways of relieving tension, it becomes imperative to step away and take time to regroup.

    Participants will learn simple and easy strategies that can be engaged immediately to alleviate some of the heaviness associated with stress at work.

    Learn More & Register →

  • 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    12/07/2018

    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)

    Clark Insurance (Portland, ME)

    Core values are a company’s most important qualities that steer the business in an intended direction. They serve as a beacon and offer clarity on many levels. When understood and embraced by employees, they nurture positive work cultures. They provide solid justification for strategy and decision making. They provide organizations with stability, especially in moments of growth or crisis, when clarity is needed most. Finally, establishing core values sets the stage for creating a mission and vision statement as a potential next step.

    This program will help leaders identify and commit to a set of core values they wish to cultivate in their organization.

    Learn More & Register →

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  • 8:00 am-9:30 am
    12/10/2018

    Manchester NH

    Manchester NH

    Employee discipline can be a difficult experience that managers and supervisors avoid because they don’t have the tools or experience to manage through the disciplinary process effectively. This makes the experience unproductive and uncomfortable for both the manager and the employee.

    Are you ready to turn the employee disciplinary process into a positive tool for employee feedback and growth?

    Please join KMA Human Resources Consulting and  Clark Insurance for this complimentary breakfast brief in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday, December 10, 2018.

    • See this process not as discipline but as feedback.
    • Feel better prepared for future employee discussions.
    • Learn how to quickly and succinctly document discussions.
    • Network, and enjoy coffee and light breakfast fare.

    You will also come away with helpful tools and templates!

    The event speaker is Rhoda McVeigh, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, who is a Human Resources Consultant with KMA in Bedford, NH. She supports clients in a broad range of human resources services and has been in HR leadership roles for 30 years with multi-state organizations. She specializes in employee relations and performance management and has designed and facilitated training and development for employees and managers at all organizational levels.

    Learn More & Register →

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