Lunch & Learn: The Top Human Resources Demands Small Business Owners Have and Best Practices to Address ThemName: Lunch & Learn: The Top Human Resources Demands Small Business Owners Have and Best Practices to Address ThemDate: October 17, 2019Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM EDTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
Spend your lunch learning something new to improve your business and your professionals skills!
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn Series is designed to offer you professional counsel on a variety of topics of interest to businesses. Sessions feature local business experts who are available to share tips, offer professional guidance and answer questions. These valuable sessions are from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and include lunch.
At this session, Brian Butcher with Clemans, Nelson & Associates will cover "The Top Human Resources Demands Small Business Owners Have and Best Practices to Address Them." Attendees will walk away with knowledge about:
- Emerging Trends in HR
- Discriminatory Harassment
- Legalization of Medical Marijuana ? What does this mean for your Workplace Drug Policy?
- Social Media and Technology in the Workplace
- Recruiting and Retention Challenges
- What does it really cost to replace a valuable employee?
- Stay Interviews: What aren't your employees telling you?
About the speaker
Brian D. Butcher is Vice President and Chief Operations Officer. He also sits on the Board of Directors. Brian advises clients in human resource management, classification and compensation, labor relations and negotiations, regulatory compliance, discipline, and policy development. He regularly conducts training on a variety of human resource and labor issues such as FLSA, FMLA, ADA, discriminatory harassment, leave abuse, and the use of social media in the workplace.
Brian also has experience advocating on behalf of his clients in front of various administrative agencies. In addition, Brian has become a frequent lecturer for public sector statewide associations and has been an instructor for the Ohio State John Glenn School of Public Affairs. He is an adjunct faculty member at Franklin University teaching both undergraduate and graduate level courses. Brian received his J.D. from Capital University Law School and his B.A. from Muskingum University in both Business and Political Science.
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- Emerging Trends in HR
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