5 Important SHRM & HRCI Certification Updates

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5 Important SHRM & HRCI Certification Updates

Is receiving a human resource management professional certification on your list of New Year’s resolutions? Whether you are new to the field or looking to gain advanced HR qualifications, there are SHRM and HRCI credentialing updates to be aware of.

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The 4 Most Common New Manager Mistakes

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While the transition to a management position is exciting, it also isn't easy. Whether it is you or a colleague that is taking on this new opportunity, a leadership role puts one in charge of organizational aspects that present new challenges. Avoiding these 4 common new manager mistakes will help new managers successfully transition their relationships, skillset, and role within an organization.
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Register Now for NOHRC 2016 and Take Advantage of Competitive Pricing

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Register now for NOHRC 2016 and take advantage of our competitive pricing. NOHRC 2016 is celebrating its 50th birthday with a 2 day conference event! We’re offering three registration options this year:  Both Thursday and Friday (March 10 & 11); Thursday (March 10) only or Friday (March 11) only.
 
Members of Ohio-based SHRM chapters and National SHRM Members are eligible for discounted member rates!
 

March 10-11, 2016 • I-X Center • Cleveland

NOHRC 2016 • Celebrating 5 Decades of Excellence!

Visit www.nohrc.org or call the NOHRC hotline at 440-940-6534 with questions.

FMLA Designation Notice: 5 Things It Could Tell an Employee

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Granting or denying FMLA leave involves a multi-step process, in which the designation notice is the final step. 

The designation notice, provided by the U.S. Department of Labor as a documentation resource, is an easy-to-use tool that allows an employer to inform an employee whether the request for leave is covered under the FMLA.

The designation notice is essentially a document that serves as the leave contract between an employer and employee. It is completed by an HR professional and shared with the employee, and specifies the number of weeks, days, or hours (in the case of intermittent leave) that the leave will take place.

The designation notice tells the employee one of five things:

  1. FMLA leave is approved
  2. More information is needed to determine if leave can be approved
  3. Leave is denied
  4. FMLA does not cover the leave requested
  5. Employee has exhausted his or her FMLA leave entitlement for that 12 month period
ADA FMLA Compliance Training

ADA & FMLA Compliance Training Course

Participants review the interrelatedness of these two laws including how they impact each other.

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