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OHPELRA's 2017 Fall Program: Essential Lessons for HR Managers and Supervisors in the Workplace

Ohio Public Employer Labor Relations Association (OHPELRA)

Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

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OHPELRA Member and Sponsor Registration
Registration for OHPELRA Members Only. Verify membership by emailing membership@ohpelra.org.

Non-members registering as a member will be invoiced the non-Member rate plus an administration fee ($16.00).

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(Premier and All-Access Sponsors - Check your email for your discount code to receive your free registration for this event)
Oct 13, 2017 $175.00 $0.00
Non-Member Registration Oct 13, 2017 $275.00 $0.00

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OHPELRA Presents:  Essential Lessons for HR Managers and Supervisors in the Workplace

You have done everything you are supposed to do to ensure that your organization is a "well-oiled machine."  You have your policies, procedures, and labor contracts and everyone has been trained on what those are. Everything is perfect. Then along comes the Union steward, employee, or the process server with a complaint, grievance, or lawsuit.  It seems that while one of your supervisors knew of the policies, procedures, and labor contracts, he didn't quite understand how they related to his job or how they should and should not be applied.  A couple of his new younger employees were offended with his micromanagement style, lack feedback, and references to them as "kids," "girls," "lazy people," especially when you consider that they are so much more qualified than he to do his job and should have been promoted months ago.  

On October 13, OHPELRA brings you a program for labor relations managers, human resources managers, and most of all managers who supervise in the public sector describing the essential lessons that all managers and supervisors should know in order to manage their employees most effectively and efficiently and avoid grievances, complaints, and worse yet, lawsuits.  These problems usually aren't the result of a failure of the right "tools," but rather a failure in the application of those tools and the recognition how to appropriately communicate with employees. Come learn those essential lessons to avoid being labeled as "the bad supervisor."

Program Agenda

8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Those Things Every Supervisor Should Know…But Doesn't

 

Supervisors in any organization can make or break the effectiveness of the employees who perform the critical work.  "Good" supervision usually results in top performance, and "bad" supervision usually results in employee and labor relations problems and a "laundry list" of problems for human resources and labor relations professionals to resolve.

Brad E. Bennett, Esq., Zashin & Rich, will provide essential lessons on what every supervisor should know to be considered that “good” supervisor and the most common errors made by supervisors that may give them the moniker of the “bad” supervisor.  This presentation is essential for human resources and labor relations professionals and managers who supervise others.

Presented by Bradley E. Bennett, Esq., Zashin & Rich

10:30 - 10:45 a.m.

Break

10:45 - 11:45 a.m.

Those Things Every Supervisor Should Know…But Doesn't (continued)

11:45 - 12:30 p.m.

Lunch (provided)

12:30 - 1:45 p.m.

Why Do I feel Like I Just Landed on Mars? - Understanding Generations in the Workplace

 

Understanding Generations in the Workplace is an interactive (games. discussion, period music, etc.) training that helps participants better understand the personalities, perceptions, and general preferences of four primary generations in the US workplace.  We will examine the impact of stereotypes present in today's workforce relative to:  Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials/Generation Y.  Participants are exposed to the history and collective experiences of each generation and are encouraged to discuss and ask questions about each generation.

Presented by James A. White, Jr., Performance Consulting Services

1:45 - 2:00 p.m.

Break

2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Why Do I feel Like I Just Landed on Mars? - Understanding Generations in the Workplace (continued)

3:00 p.m.

Adjourn – Have a Nice Weekend!

 

OHPELRA has applied for CLE hours through the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education and will update you once that application is processed. 

Cancellations Policy:  Cancellation notice must be received no later than October 6, 2017 for the registration fee to be refunded or not invoiced.  No refunds will be issued payment for the registration is expected for cancellations received after October 6, 2017 and/or  "no show" at the event.  

You may send a substitute to the program if you are not able to attend at no additional fee.

A Special “Thank You” to our sponsors who have participated in this program.

OHPELRA Premier Sponsor:   Zashin & Rich (Brad E. Bennett, Esq.)

Now Approved by the Ohio Supreme Court for 4.00 CLEs!

Have questions about OHPELRA's 2017 Fall Program: Essential Lessons for HR Managers and Supervisors in the Workplace? Contact Ohio Public Employer Labor Relations Association (OHPELRA)

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City of Columbus Police Training Academy
1000 N. Hague Ave.
Columbus, OH 43204

Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)


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Ohio Public Employer Labor Relations Association (OHPELRA)

The Ohio Public Employer Labor Relations Association (OHPELRA) is the largest organization of human resources and labor relations professionals representing management in the public sector in the State of Ohio. Our members come from every aspect of public service including state agencies, cities, counties, townships, school districts, and state colleges and universities.  Our purposes are to disseminate and exchange information, ideas, and data; foster cooperation and develop skills amongst our membership; and provide an effective, common voice for the interests of public-sector management and the taxpayers of Ohio.

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