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Harassment Prevention Training Included in Our Services

YOUR ONE-STOP RESOURCE!

It’s All Included!

Employment Law and Human Resources Consultation – all year long!

Harassment Prevention Training – online and on-site training for ALL EMPLOYEES (all supervisors and all non-supervisors) allows clients to meet the new legal requirements. Businesses with five or more employees are required to provide training in 2019. Our online training programs can be accessed by smartphone, computer or tablet.

Employee Handbook – clients receive an up-to-date, legally compliant handbook each year of service.

Get it All at an Affordable Price –

Our Platinum Package Plan Starts at Just $249 per Month!

Why Is Our Platinum Package So Popular?

Trusted Information –– Legal Training Requirements Met –– Reduced Risks

You can trust the information your business receives – because we’re qualified to provide it! And, clients can contact us as often as they need to – with no hourly fees and no time limits – for the entire year!

– Our employment law and human resource services are provided by experienced in-house, California licensed attorneys who are also experienced human resource professionals.

– Help with business management needs is fulfilled with the additional expertise and knowledge of an MBA consultant.

Of Course, It’s Nice to Know What Our Clients Say, Too!

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Click here to learn more about us at Law & Management Resource Center: LMRC Website.

For complete details or a quote for your business, click here: Contact. Or, call us toll-free at (833) 753-1775 today.

New Harassment Prevention Training Requirements – All Business with 5 or More Employees Must Provide Training

Federal Laws California Employers Need to Know

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June 27, 2017

Luncheon and Presentation – Noon to 1:30 p.m.

(Check-In and Networking – 11:30 a.m. to Noon)

Presented by Garrett Hoover

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

This informative presentation will include a review of federal employment laws and how they relate to California employment law requirements – including marijuana in the workplace, background checks and more – and what’s new that California employers need to know!

Who Should Attend: 
• human resource professionals, office managers and payroll professionals;
• business owners, executives, supervisors and managers; and
• anyone interested in learning about the laws that impact their workplace and employer-employee relationships.

Where: San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn and Suites – (corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Stowe Dr. at 14068 Stowe Drive, Poway)

Cost (includes lunch): Early Bird Registration is $45/person through June 9th; Registration is $55/person after June 9th (LMRC Program Ambassadors receive a $10 discount!).

Receive Required SHRM Credits! The Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM and SHRM-SCPSM credentials, which means you can receive required SHRM credits and maintain your credentials by attending our programs.

Please feel free to pass this invitation along to others who may be interested in attending!

To Register via Credit Card: Visit our Store and submit payment. If you are an LMRC Ambassador, input your LMRC Ambassador code to receive your discount!

To Register via Check: Please complete the form below and mail check made payable to the Law and Management Resource Center to us at 11440 West Bernardo Court, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92127. Please note that your registration will not be complete until we receive payment.

This program is co-sponsored by the Law and Management Resource Center and the Hampton Inn & Suites.

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The Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a preferred Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM and SHRM-SCPSM credentials. All of our programs are preapproved for credit.

Earn required SHRM and HRCI (HR Certification Institute) credits and maintain your SHRM and HRCI credentials by attending our programs! For more information about our upcoming programs and to register, check out our Upcoming Events Page.

When Workers Have Caregiver Responsibilities, Too

May 18

Luncheon and Presentation – 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Check-In and Networking – 11:30 a.m. to Noon)

Presented by California Care Planning Council

Where: San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn and Suites – (corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Stowe Dr. at 14068 Stowe Drive, Poway)

Cost (includes lunch): $55/person. LMRC Ambassadors receive a $10 discount off of this price! If you are not a current LMRC Program Ambassador and would like information on becoming an Ambassador to save on registration costs, please contact Jillian Bruni, MBA, at jillian@lmrcenter.com or (858) 753-1775.

Receive Required SHRM and HRCI Credits! Educational programs are co-sponsored by the Law and Management Resource Center. And, because the Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs), attendance at our educational programs in which they co-sponsor, will enable individuals to earn (PDCs) to maintain HR credentials, including SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, and HRCI, in a convenient location.

Please feel free to pass this invitation along to others who may be interested in attending!

Register: To register and pay with check, complete the form on our Upcoming Events Page and send check to Poway Business Park Association: P.O. Box 501855, San Diego, CA 92150. To register and pay with credit card, complete the form on our Upcoming Events Page and click here to Pay With Credit Card. Your registration will not be complete until payment is received.

This program is co-sponsored by the Law and Management Resource Center and the Hampton Inn & Suites.

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The Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a preferred Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM and SHRM-SCPSM credentials. All of our programs are preapproved for credit.

Earn required SHRM and HRCI (HR Certification Institute) credits and maintain your SHRM and HRCI credentials by attending our programs! For more information about our upcoming programs and to register, check out our Upcoming Events Page.

Employment Law and Human Resource Practices Update

Luncheon and Presentation – 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Check-In and Networking – 11:30 a.m. to Noon)

Presented by Linda Aguilar, Senior Deputy Labor Commissioner of the Division of Labor Standards and Enforcement

Who Should Attend:
• human resource professionals, office managers, and payroll professionals;
• business owners, executives, supervisors and managers; and
• everyone interested in learning how to keep their organization legally compliant.

Where: San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn and Suites – (corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Stowe Dr. at 14068 Stowe Drive, Poway)

Cost (includes lunch):Early Bird Registration – $55/person. LMRC Ambassadors receive a $10 discount off of this price! If you are not a current LMRC Program Ambassador and would like information on becoming an Ambassador to save on registration costs, please contact Jillian Bruni, MBA, at jillian@lmrcenter.com or (858) 753-1775.

Receive Required SHRM and HRCI Credits! Educational programs are co-sponsored by the Law and Management Resource Center. And, because the Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs), attendance at our educational programs in which they co-sponsor, will enable individuals to earn (PDCs) to maintain HR credentials, including SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, and HRCI, in a convenient location.

Please feel free to pass this invitation along to others who may be interested in attending!

Register: To register and pay with check, complete the form on our Upcoming Events Page and send check to Poway Business Park Association: P.O. Box 501855, San Diego, CA 92150. To register and pay with credit card, complete the form on our Upcoming Events Page and click here to Pay With Credit Card. Your registration will not be complete until payment is received.

This program is co-sponsored by the Law and Management Resource Center and the Hampton Inn & Suites.

shrm17seal

 

The Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a preferred Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM and SHRM-SCPSM credentials. All of our programs are preapproved for credit.

Earn required SHRM and HRCI (HR Certification Institute) credits and maintain your SHRM and HRCI credentials by attending our programs! For more information about our upcoming programs and to register, check out our Upcoming Events Page.

What a Multi-Generational Workforce Means for Your Workplace and How to Deal With It

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In recent years, the workforce has changed significantly. Millennials are steadily joining the force while Baby Boomers are not so steadily leaving – and things don’t seem like they’ll be changing anytime soon.

What does this mean for today’s workplace?

Conversations like these can be heard in many a workplace:

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“How can that new guy think it is okay take off work for personal matters so frequently?”

“I know. Did someone forget to tell him he’s not the owner?”

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“I can’t believe how these young employees don’t seem to understand how to communicate in the workplace! I receive emails from them that don’t have complete words and sentences all the time. Do they think they are texting a friend?”

“And forget about expecting them to call in or answer a phone call. They don’t know how to use a phone as a phone!”

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“I’m tired of training new employees who don’t plan on being here very long. Why should I devote time to mentoring someone who is just using this job as a stepping stone to get somewhere else? It’s a waste of my time.”

“I know exactly what you mean. There’s no dedication to a boss or employer, so why try to teach them stuff that we worked hard to learn. Half of them don’t even seem to want the job they have. It’s like they are just putting in time to get enough money for their rent since they couldn’t get a job they like or think they should have gotten.

“You can’t blame them to a certain degree, though. Some of them have debt up to their ears and no real hopes of buying a home around here they’ve gotten so expensive, so I guess they’re just kind of living day to day.

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“I’m so tired of my boss acting like she needs to monitor everything I do. It’s like she doesn’t think I can think on my own and she needs to watch my every move. Why can’t she just tell me what she needs me to do and then just let me do it on my own?”

“I know, it’s like they don’t know we have degrees in this stuff!

Understanding differences and adaptability is the key to creating a positive work environment and managing a steady and productive workplace. It is important to recognize the differences among individuals of different generations and how to best manage individuals who exhibit different approaches to work, communication and work-life balance. It’s also important to assist employees in learning to understand the differences among co-workers and help them learn to value how those differences can be beneficial to everyone in the workplace.

We can help!

We provide training programs that help supervisors learn to effectively manage different types of workers. It can be a real challenge, but there are techniques that can help! We also provide training programs that help get employees learn to value today’s diverse workplace and appreciate the differences among those with whom they work.

As the workforce continues to expand generationally, concerns about how to make your workplace a great environment for each employee will likely arise more and more, especially upon the hiring of new employees. For help with these challenges and many more, please contact us at (858) 753-1775 or info@lmrcenter.com.

 

 

 

 

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training 20% Discount

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Roses are red.

Violets are blue.

Romance is in the air.

Is it in your workplace, too?

 

Did you know that studies have shown nearly 50% of workers have had an “office romance?”

Many others have thought about it, but never acted on it or faced rejection.

So, yes, romance could be in the air.

Not all workplace romances cause problems, but just as any romantic relationship can present complications, romance in the workplace can do just that – complicate things. The challenges workplace romance can present are indeed serious.

  • Should employees who are romantically involved be permitted to work together on projects?
  • What if one person supervises the other? Should the supervisorial work relationship be permitted to continue?
  • What options do employers have in addressing workplace romance?
  • What performance issues and other implications can workplace romance cause?
  • What will happen if other employees suspect favoritism or resent what they consider to be displays of affection?
  • And, of course, there is the big question of what happens if the relationship comes to an end? Should the employees be separated? Can the role of an employee be changed?
  • What happens if a claim for sexual harassment is filed? Who can be held liable? Can the employer be held liable? Could supervisors and other employees face liability?

Concerns about workplace sexual harassment are not new. In 1991, televised coverage of Anita Hill’s testimony relating to her claim of sexual harassment against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas during confirmation hearings on his nomination to the Supreme Court brought the topic of workplace harassment into the homes of virtually all Americans.

Many businesses are required to complete sexual harassment prevention training in 2017. Because we know love could be in the air, this is a good time to provide this training – too all employees.

To help your business meet its training requirements, we are offering a 20% discount on the cost of all training booked this week.

The Law and Management Resource Center strives to assist businesses by providing affordable training and helping in the following ways:

  • Employees will learn what types of behavior can cause them to be accused of harassment.
  • Supervisors will learn their overall responsibilities to help prevent workplace harassment.
  • Employees will learn what to do if they are accused of harassment.
  • And, employers will learn what to do if someone complains of harassment or suspicions of harassment arise.

Our highly praised, affordable Harassment Prevention Training is available both online and in person for supervisors and all employees. It is provided by our experienced employment law attorneys who are also human resource professionals and meets all California requirements.

Schedule your training and receive a 20% discount by registering before February 17th. Contact us today at (858) 753-1775 or info@lmrcenter.com.

IRS Alert – Scam Targeting Human Resource and Payroll Departments

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IRS ISSUES ALERT

Cyber Scam Targeting Human Resource and Payroll Departments

Human resource and payroll departments are being targeted and tricked into disclosing employee information. This employee information is then being used to file false tax returns to obtain tax refund monies.

Don’t be the next victim. Review the alert here: IRS Alert

About the Law and Management Resource Center

The Law and Management Resource Center provides affordable employment law and human resource consultation, reviews and drafts employer documents, policies and employee handbooks, provides effective harassment and abusive conduct prevention training, and more.

Contact us today! For more information, contact Jillian Bruin, MBA, Director, Business and Program Development, at jillian@lmrcenter.com or (858) 753-1775.