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Seminar: Community Bank Human Resources Seminar (SM5660120)

August 19 — 20, 2020
Embassy Suites - Bloomington
2800 American Boulevard West
Bloomington, MN 55431-1205 

Today’s modern workplace is transforming the role of the community bank human resources (HR) professional. People management and responsible administration is key for all HR professionals. However, finding reliable and timely information to help your bank navigate complex employment situations can be challenging. 

Whether you are a seasoned HR professional or you’ve recently taken on the role at your community bank, this seminar will provide you with the necessary information to handle the most important legal and emerging issues at your bank. This course will address critical HR requirements that all community bank HR professionals must know and discuss emerging legal issues that affect community banks. Leave with practical advice, guidance, and key strategies to ensure effective and compliant management of employee and employer requirements.
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2019 AGENDA  -  

Fun with Forms! Building Your HR Arsenal
Spring cleaning is here! Time to clear out the old, usher in the new, and streamline your processes! During this session, attendees will learn what forms, templates, and tools they need to create a toolbox of their own that is both easily accessible and legally compliant.
Making Lemonade: The Key Ingredients to Value-Driven Performance Management
We have all felt it – the dread associated with performance management. Whether it’s the annual performance evaluation, or putting together a performance improvement plan, the question inevitable becomes, “Is this even working?” During this session, attendees will learn how to use the performance management process to positively drive performance and retain traditionally underperforming employees.
How Do I Say________? A Tutorial on Communicating Effectively in Sticky Situations
Effective communication is undoubtedly a critical skill for human resource professionals, and like any other, must be continuously developed. During this session, attendees will learn how to effectively communicate in difficult and challenging circumstances, with a specific emphasis on electronic communication.
Put Yourself in the Hot Seat: Workplace Investigation Simulation
During this session, attendees will take a deep dive into the internal investigation process and assume the role of a human resources professional investigating a difficult race discrimination complaint. Attendees will learn how to select and question witnesses, review relevant documentation, identify which policies may be implicated, and practical steps and tips document the investigation to support the employer through any subsequent legal process.
Leave Management:  Winning the Attendance Game 
Managing employees with protected health conditions can sometimes be challenging on its own, but throw in the influx of state and local leave laws, intermittent leave and/or continuously-advancing return dates, and it can feel almost impossible.  During this presentation, we will briefly examine the laws impacting leave management and discuss specific steps an employer can take now to take control. 
The Anatomy of Employment Litigation: Demands, Charges, and Complaints
This interactive presentation will provide attendees with an understanding of the anatomy of employment-related legal claims, including charges of discrimination and lawsuits, and the ever-so-popular attorney demand letters. Attendees will also learn about common misconceptions, mistakes, risks, and other issues arising out of the each of the distinct processes.
The Dirty Dozen: 12 Things to Do Now to Avoid Liability Later
Exercise your employment law muscle through a fun and fast-paced session on how to appropriately respond to the latest employment-related hot topics, including #MeToo, FMLA/ADA developments, medical marijuana and opioids, class action trends, pay equity, leave laws, and legislation and agency updates.
Speakers: Jackson Lewis P.C.

Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: No previous experience and training necessary.
Delivery Method: Group-Live
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

16 CPE Credits

Day One: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Day Two: 8:30am - 4:30pm  

ICBA Member: (prior to July 20) $595 / (after July 20) $695
Nonmember: $795
Nonbanker: $1,195
Bank Director Program Participants: $495

Hotel Information:
Room Rate: $165
Cutoff Date: 7/28/2020

To make your hotel reservation and secure the negotiated room rate see information below.

Online: Embassy Suites by Hilton Bloomington Minneapolis

Phone: Call 952-884-4811 or 1-800-EMBASSY. Ask for Group: ICBA: Human Resources Seminar or HR1

For more information, call 800-422-7285.

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Ms. Jennifer A. Nodes
Organization: Jackson Lewis P.C.

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