Programs & Training
Programs for HR Professionals
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"I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed today’s seminar. Clearly there was a lot of thought and effort put into delivering such a detailed and up to date presentation and I really appreciate what was provided. The day exceeded my expectations and I look forward to attending upcoming seminars."
- Brenda Santillo
Human Resources Director
Programs & Training
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HR Certificate Programs
Laws – regulations – forms - procedures - rights - responsibilities…these factors impact your job every day, making the complex issues of human resources exciting, ever changing and sometimes overwhelming! This course will provide you with the tools to better understand the regulations and the steps to take for compliance. It will introduce best practices and procedures for administration and to insure preservation of your company’s rights. This course will utilize advance reading, lecture and practical exercises to reinforce the ideas taught.
More than ever before, employment decisions must be informed with a thorough analysis of downside risks and legal exposure. It is with this need in mind, that EANJ offers the highly acclaimed HR Law Certificate Program, providing a compressive, hands-on understanding of the essential legal issues necessary to manage an increasingly sophisticated and diverse workforce.
This course is for federal-government contractors. Attendees will leave with a comprehensive knowledge of Executive Order 11246, enforcing federal Affirmative Action regulations.
Participants will learn what the workforce tells OFCCP; structuring job groups; using the Narrative as a diary of good faith efforts, with a focus on each required subsection; enforcement and audit procedures as well as outreach efforts and practical tips.
An employee handbook is useful for communicating with employees. It allows employers to publish policies and rules in a cost-effective, convenient way. However, handbooks must be reviewed carefully for legal compliance. A properly written employee handbook is a vital tool for every employer. A poorly written handbook - or the absence of one - can land your company in serious legal trouble.
Recent trends in EEOC enforcement, claims and legal developments are making life challenging for employers in managing EEO efforts. To ensure you are abreast of these developments and their impact on your workplace, EANJ is proud to offer this Premier Course in Equal Employment Opportunity Law.
Join the professional staff of EANJ for a one-hour webinar each month as we take you through the legal aspects of the employment life-cycle. Designed for HR Generalists, these sessions will focus on making informed and responsible decisions from recruitment to termination and everything in between.
Over the past decade, over 825,000 charges of job discrimination have been filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the majority alleging discrimination based on race, but many for sex, age, disability, religious and national origin discrimination. One in four employers is a target for such a charge. Managing and ultimately preventing these types of charges requires a sophisticated knowledge base and awareness of current and emerging legal issues.
Through cost-effective management and supervisory training, EANJ members can create work environments where conflicts are reduced, morale and productivity thrive, top talent is retained and exposure to workplace liability is minimized.
This customizable training provides the ideal orientation for new supervisors and the perfect opportunity to invest in your best and brightest talent.
Services for Government Contractors
EANJ develops comprehensive Affirmative Action Programs for members with government contracting obligations. Our service is a cost-effective solution to help ensure compliance, avoid liability and create a diverse workforce. Find out more.
Form I-9 Compliance
This program will provide an overview of Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) including: New Hire process, Completing the Form I- 9, Employment Eligibility, Reverification Process, Retention of Form I-9, Correcting Missing or Deficient Forms, Employer violations and penalties and Discrimination issues under the Act. More.