When: Tuesday December 1 and Thursday December 3
Time: 9 to noon each day [PST]
Cost: $349 [$249 for Early Bird]. $249 for non-profit organizations
This interactive workshop is limited to 20 attendees
At some point, every organization is faced with navigating an extended leave request. We get it – you want to focus on employees’ wellbeing and don’t want to lose key people but accommodating prolonged time off can cause stress levels to skyrocket.
Between understanding new legislated leaves and clarifying the intricacies of different leave types, there’s a lot to know. Couple that with the complex HR challenges and risks that accompany extended time off and you’ve got a real juggling act! The good news? Accommodating employee leaves doesn’t have to be so complicated. Join us for The Art of Leave Management, where we’ll be exploring real-world, practical strategies for navigating the leave management process and providing practical tips and tools to promote a smooth return to work.
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Times are changing, but the need to develop strong leaders is the same!
Every manager is responsible for nurturing “the employee experience” at work. But there’s a lot that goes into fostering a positive employee experience and building a culture where employees feel supported, heard and valued.
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The Art of Interviewing
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