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Supervisor Training is an invaluable tool for new managers and for those who simply need a refresher course in workplace law.

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Supervisor Training – developed by the attorneys at Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus, P.C. – is designed to help your company avoid legal action resulting from common HR issues. This session will explore the following topics:

  • COVID-19: Lessons Learned – 9:00-10:00 – Cindy Kolb
  • Wage and Hour Law: What Managers Need to Know – 10:00-11:00 – Greg Northen
  • Harassment Prevention – 11:00-12:00 – Missy Duke
  • Lunch Break – 12:00-1:00
  • Discipline, Termination, and Documentation – 2:45-4:30 – Rick Roderick

Well-trained HR professionals, supervisors, and managers reduce the risk that an employer will face litigation and exposure. There is also a direct correlation between well-trained supervisors and employees who are motivated, engaged, and productive.

HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) has pre-approved this activity for 6.50 credit hours.

This webinar will be presented over Zoom. Once we've processed your registration we will email you the webinar link with instructions on how to participate.

THE PRESENTERS

MISSY MCJUNKINS DUKE practices in the areas of employment law, education law, FOIA, and civil litigation. She is an active member of the Arkansas Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section and the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section and Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee. She was appointed by former Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe as a Special Associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court and as Commissioner on the Arkansas Early Childhood Commission and as a member of the Arkansas Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Missy has been included in Best Lawyers in America since 2009, Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2008, and Chambers USA’s America's Leading Business Lawyers since 2013.

CINDY W. KOLB practices in the areas of employment law, insurance defense, and insurance coverage. She regularly speaks on employment law and HR-related topics for SHRM-affiliates and other industry groups around the state. Cindy served as the 2014 Chair of the Employment Law and Legislative Affairs (ELLA) Conference, hosted by the Arkansas Society for Human Resource Management State Council. She is also an active member of the Central Arkansas Human Resources Association (CAHRA) and is the President-Elect for 2020; was the VP of Communications for 2019; the VP for Special Programs for 2017/2018; and was the 2017/2018 Chair of the CAHRA Managers Conference. She is the co-chair of the Arkansas Bar Association's 2020 Annual Meeting, co-chaired the 2018 Arkansas Bar Association's Mid-Year Meeting, and served as the Chair of the Labor and Employment Section of the Arkansas Bar Association in 2012/2013. She is a member of the Judge Henry Woods Inn of Court. Cindy serves on the Board and Finance Committee of the Museum of Discovery. Cindy graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio, and has been practicing law for over 20 years. She's been named to Best Lawyers in America for 2019 and 2020.

ABTIN MEHDIZADEGAN focuses on traditional management-side labor and employment defense. He is active in the firm’s litigation practice and has represented clients in administrative hearings, labor arbitration disputes, at trial settings, and on appeal before the Eighth Circuit and Arkansas Supreme Court. When he is not in the courtroom, Abtin advises clients in matters relating to compliance with federal and state employment and municipal law, transportation law, affirmative action obligations for federal contractors, drafting and negotiating various agreements, and assisting with issues related to public and private corporate governance. In addition to his practice, Abtin is engaged in numerous civic organizations, and he also serves as an Adjunct Professor, teaching Labor and Employment Law to upper-level law students.

RICHARD A. “RICK” RODERICK practices in the areas of labor and employment defense law. He has more than 20 years of human resource management experience, having served in various executive management positions, including executive director of human resources with a large multi-state corporation. Rick has extensive experience in labor relations, union negotiations, employment discrimination, unfair labor practices, and wage and hour matters. He also advises management regarding human resource systems, policies and procedures and performs supervisory training. Rick is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association (Past chair of Labor and Employment Law Section) and the American Bar Association. He has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America and Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2009 and was named Lawyer of the Year in the field of Labor Law – Management in 2017. He received both his B.S. degree in mathematics and M.S. degree in operations management from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and his J.D. from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law.

GREG NORTHEN practices in the areas of labor and employment defense, wage and hour, public housing (HUD) compliance, and business litigation. Greg’s experience includes practicing before federal and state courts in Arkansas, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and various federal and state agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division, and Arkansas Department of Workforce Services. He also assists clients with drafting and implementing up-to-date policies, procedures, and training materials for various labor and employment issues.

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