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Get the information you need to improve your HR knowledge, without leaving the office, from HRMAC webinars.

Fees are for a single connection so you can learn from your office or assemble your team in the conference room for a "lunch and learn" program. Registration for each webinar program is complimentary for the first 50 HRMAC members who register; after this number has been reached, HRMAC members can register for $25. The nonmember rate is $75. All programs begin at noon.

Interested in sponsoring a webinar? Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis, and spots are still available for the upcoming year! Submit a proposal.

Check out the list of confirmed dates and topics here:


2017-2018 Schedule

November 1, 2017: Preparing for Increased Immigration Enforcement Activities
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Various immigration-related agencies, including USCIS and the Department of Labor seem to be preparing for increased enforcement actions. The USCIS has already re-allocated resources in its site visit program. This webinar will cover the enforcement actions immigration agencies can take, the consequences of that occur, and how a Trump administration may act.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the role of governmental agencies, enforcement mechanisms, and priorities
  •  Develop an internal company strategy for handling governmental site visits and investigations
  • Create proactive steps companies can take to ensure compliance in the event of a site visit or investigation

Matthew Meltzer, Partner, Meltzer Hellrung LLC

Matthew Hellrung, Partner, Meltzer Hellrung LLC

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November 15, 2017: Why Most High Potential Programs Don't Work
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This webinar is framed around the following key high potential challenges:

  • We put the wrong people in the program
  • We don’t know if people have gotten any better
  • Participants don’t know how to develop their identified weaknesses

During the webinar, the speakers will select audience-submitted selection criteria for high potential programs and break down each to determine what works well, what could be improved, and what might be missing.  You’ll walk away from the webinar with a more complete understanding of how to develop a high potential program that works.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover how to select the right people
  • Develop high potentials – and measure their development 
  • Establish accountability for all

Nicole Morris, Senior Assessment and Development Consultant, The Vaya Group

Michelle Bush, Managing Consultant, The Vaya Group

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February 28, 2018: A Buyer's Guide to Talent Assessment
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As unemployment reaches historic lows, organizations’ need to select and invest in the right talent becomes increasingly crucial. The marketplace for talent assessments is crowded, and filled with exciting technological advances. However, HR leaders are faced with a staggering number of choices, and the costs of inaccurate talent assessment – financial, cultural, and otherwise – are significant.

Learning Objectives:

  • The talent assessment possibilities for various organizational talent needs
  • How to ask the right questions when considering talent assessment suppliers
  • How to distinguish marketing promises from scientific proof

Speaker: Brendan Neuman, PhD, Organizational Psychologist, Basil Assessment

Sponsored By:

Basil Assessment

 

 


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 All HRMAC webinars are submitted for 1 credit hour toward aPHR/PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute and 1 professional development credit (PDC) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification. If approved, codes will be provided during the webinar.