Keeping Up With HR Compliance

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Keeping Up With HR Compliance August 27, 2015

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Welcome • We’re thrilled you’re here! • We’re recording today’s session & will share the presentation. • Ask questions via chat.

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LearnSmart Lin Wilson LearnSmart Engagement Specialist • Trusted Since 1997 • Over 1000+ Courses • IT, Project Management, Soft Skills, and Safety / Compliance • Engaging and Effective Training • Helping Businesses Grow • Serving Most In-Demand Training Programs: • CompTiA, Cisco, EC-Council, PMI, PMP, OSHA, • Working with Leading Companies: • CrossKnowledge, EduRiser, OpenSesame

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18,000 Sexual Harassment Claims Filed in 2014 • • • On average 15,000 sexual harassment cases are brought to the (EEOC) every year. Workplace Bullying Institute research reports 37 million claims were filed in 2014 - the majority alleging employees or former employees were subjected to “hostility in the workplace” or a “hostile work environment” is on the rise The number sexual harassment complaints filed by men against females has more than tripled. “A Wall Street ‘wolf,’ a Swedish model and a lurid $18 million sexual harassment battle” Source: Washington Post, “A Wall Street businessman, a Swedish model and a lurid $18 million sexual harassment battle”

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Source: Atlantic Training 5

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HR Compliance is Key to a Successful Workplace

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The Problem When compliance is not met liability risks and lawsuits increase, workplace productivity decreases, and the company cannot function.

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The Solution • Providing accessible and clear compliance training that is linked to strategic understanding of workplace expectations. • Infusing coaching and accountability in ensuring HR supports your workers needs. FPO

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Why HR’s Core Focus should be Complete Compliance 1. Control Risk Management ● Sexual Harassment Prevention - enable proper business conduct 2. Create a Healthy Work Environment ● OSHA - reduce injuries and builds employee confidence in abilities 3. Quality Improvement ● Successful HR - utilize best practices with hiring and firing procedures 4. Rewards ● ADA Compliance - avoid discrimination Sum it Up: To Eliminate Risk 9

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Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment is a constant presence in America's workplaces and is a form of employment discrimination prohibited under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Sexual Harassment Prevention in 2015 1. 2. 3. Hostile Work Environment - CA Compliance Mitigate Risk in today’s socially charged environment Rewards - “Best Company to Work For” 10

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California Compliance - AB2053 (Sept.’14) Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers Sexual Harasment Prevention for Employees • • • • 2hrs of Training Understand Hostile Environment, Define Legal implications, and Prevention of Sexual Harassment 1 Hour Define, Prevent, and Seek out Help for Sexual Harassment 12

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Topics Include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Introduction to OSHA Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Safety and Health Programs Personal Protective Equipment Respiratory Protection Walking and Working Surfaces Hazard Communications Hazardous Materials Bloodborne Pathogens Flammable and Combustible Liquids Fire Safety and Prevention Ergonomics in the Workplace Electrical Safety Machine Guarding Slips, Trips, and Falls Fall Protection Lockout Tagout Emergency Action Plans OSHA Workplace Safety (General Industry 10 Hr Class) • • • Adheres to OSHA guidelines published by the Federal Government 29 CFR Part 191 Provides preventative and remedial training Pick and Choose Relevant Sections by Topic 13

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Successful HR in Business ADA Compliance • Topics Include: • • • • ADA Compliance Successful Hiring Successful Termination Understanding Business Ethics “No covered entity shall discriminate against a qualified individual on the basis of disability in regard to job application procedures, the hiring, advancement, or discharge of employees, employee compensation, job training, and other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.” 14

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