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Webinar - Am I Taking Personal Financial Risk for Just Doing My Job?
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Get the information you need to improve your HR knowledge, without leaving the office, from HRMAC webinars. As a Centenial year benefit, registration for each webinar program is complimentary for the first 50 HRMAC members who register. The HRMAC member rate has also been lowered to $25 after the first 50 complimentary registrations and the Non-Member rate is $75.

5/18/2016
When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 CST
12:00 Noon until 1:00 PM CST
Where: Online Webinar Program
United States
Contact: Lauren Kroll
(312) 981-6790

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By doing their jobs human resource managers can be exposing themselves to financial loss. The purpose of this webinar is to review three areas where you can be held personally liable for your actions and to discuss ways to help mitigate and transfer these risks:

  • What it means to be a fiduciary under ERISA. What are your responsibilities and liabilities?
  • If you are a director or an officer of your firm you can be personally exposed to suits or claims from stockholders, competitors, governmental entities, employees and others. What are these D&O exposures and what can be done to better protect yourself from these claims.
  • Human resource managers can also be brought into employment related suits or claims, such as wrongful termination or discrimination. What is your exposure to these kinds of claims and what can be done to better manage these outcomes?

In this program we will provide examples of suits or claims in these three areas. We will also discuss risk mitigation plans and that can help reduce or transfer these risks.


 

Presented by: Stephen C. Felker, President, Risk Management Consultants, GCG Financial.

 

  

 

Also presented by: Zachary Slade, Risk Management Consultant, GCG Financial.

       

 

 

Thank you to our program sponsor:


This webinar has been approved for 1 credit hour toward PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute and 1 professional development credit (PDC) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.