[Webinar] Avoiding HR Nightmares: HR for Small Business
Your business is growing. You need to hire employees to maintain your sanity and serve your customers. You’ve heard there are HR regulations, but you don’t what they are or where to find them. This seminar will provide you with a basic framework to hire, fire, and manage employees in your small business and keep a small business culture. We will answer fundamental HR questions like: What employment laws do I follow? Where do I find the best talent for my business? What new hire paperwork should I have new employees complete? How do I set and document employee expectations? How do I hold employees accountable? What should be included in a written warning?
When you leave this webinar, you will know how to: • Write a job description and job ad, • Create an effective hiring process, • List key employment laws, • Document employee performance, • Describe the differences between independent contractor & employee.
Suggested Audience: Business owners and managers who are new to hiring and managing employees.
Meet Our Speaker Courtney Berg is a consultant and highly credentialed and gifted public speaker, with more than 30 years experience in human resources and operations management. During that time, she has held many management positions, from front-line supervisor to senior executive positions in both HR and operations. Courtney has worked with for-profit, not-for-profit clients in a myriad of industries including healthcare, insurance, hospitality, retail, education, technology, and manufacturing. She is passionate about HR issues, leading people, and designing management and HR systems and philosophies to improve employee engagement, performance, and productivity. Courtney is a member of the Colorado Small Business Advisory Council was featured in “How to Conduct Annual Employee Reviews” in Inc. Magazine, a published author and a national speaker. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Management and both SHRM-SCP and SPHR professional certifications.
Co-Sponsor(s): West Central SBDC, Northwest SBDC, and Central Mountain SBDC