Legal Supervision – Ohio

Legal Supervision

Do you understand Federal, State and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws?

This Course was developed to help supervisors, front line leaders, managers, HR professionals, and more understand the current laws and how they should be applied in the workplace. Attendees will learn about their obligations to identify and prevent discriminatory work practices. Discussion focuses on policies prohibiting discrimination against an associate because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disabling condition. Associates will also identify issues which may arise under the Family and Medical Leave Act

How You Will Benefit

We live in an increasingly challenging time to go to work. That’s true for everyone in the workplace, and especially so for those in supervisor roles. Harassment claims are more prevalent than ever before; workplace violence is on the rise; and increased litigation and regulation have made navigating the day-to-day challenges difficult at best and a nightmare at worst. That said, these challenges are not insurmountable. With a basic understanding of labor and employment law, you can position yourself and your organization for continued success.

In this course, we will break down the basics of employment and labor laws that you may realistically encounter. We will address the tenets we believe every member of an organization should understand and real-world case studies that will provide context and understanding. This course is a primer on a vast number of employment topics.

Course Objectives

Successful completion of this course will help you:

· Gain a basic understanding of employment laws, such as:

o Employment at will

o Americans With Disabilities Act

o Family and Medical Leave Act

o Wage and Hour Issues

o Religious Accommodations

o Unemployment Compensation

· Understand discrimination and harassment allegations

· Understand protected characteristics

· Know how union campaigns start, proceed and succeed

· Understand what steps managers can take to keep their companies union free

Key Topics Covered

This course explores the following subjects:

· Anti-Discrimination and Harassment

· The Fundamentals of Remaining Union-Free

· What Managers and Supervisors can and Should Say about Unions

· Employment-at-Will

· Workplace Violence

· Americans With Disabilities Act

· Family and Medical Leave Act

· Workers’ Compensation

· OSHA

· Wage and Hour Issues

· Religious Accommodation

· Unemployment Compensation

· Privacy in the Workplace

What the Course Offers

· Interactive learning setting

· Opportunity to apply the concepts in a risk-free environment

· Materials, including a PowerPoint presentation and other handouts

What Attendees Are Saying:

“This was one of the most informative training that I have attended in a long time. I feel like I gained a lot of knowledge from it.”

“My favorite class I have attended; I can relay a lot of this to fellow supervisors.”

“I liked how each regulatory agency (and its policies and procedures) was covered in depth. Thanks to this class I will now be more observant and choose my words carefully.”

“I liked the examples of different scenarios and what-ifs. Learning about real life situations and what to do in those situations was definitely valuable.”

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HOST is dedicated to supporting
Honda North America OEM suppliers
in the development of their associates.

Shelsa McEntee-Smith, SHRM-CP
Email:Shelsa_Mcentee_Smith@hna.honda.com
Phone: (614) 902-2006 or 937-644-7789
Abby Mader
Email:abby_mader@hna.honda.com
Phone: (937) 644-7789
Greg DeJaynes
Email: gregory_dejaynes@hna.honda.com
Phone: (937) 644-7904