5th Webinar – Engaging and Training a Remote Workforce
Date: August 18, 2020
Time: 9 to 10:30 AM CT

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Event Description:

The adoption of remote work is no longer brand new, but the associated challenges ebb and flow as more companies shift from a temporary to a potentially permanent remote workforce. This workshop will cover best practices and resources for engaging and training remote workers.

Content includes:

  • Case studies on successful virtual facilitation of professional development
  • Group discussion about technology and resources
  • Best practices for engaging remote workers who have different work styles and personalities

 

PREVIOUS WEBINARS

4th Webinar – Compensation is Cool!
Date: July 9, 2020
Time: 1 to 2:30 PM CT

Event Description:
Big data is at our fingertips, but are we really sure what to do with it? Companies who utilize data to create distinct compensation plans have more success with hiring, performance management, streamlined financial processes, and more. This workshop will cover best practices and resources for finding and utilizing data to make strategic, competitive compensation and benefit decisions.Content includes:

  • Case studies on compensation plan design
  • Resources for finding data and the value and methods for using regional wage surveys to make compensation decisions
  • Best practices for creating and implementing total rewards plans

Download Compensation is Cool! slides

How to Update Aging Salary Data for Your Organization’s Jobs


3rd Webinar – FMLA Updates
Date: June 17, 2020
Time: 9 to 11 AM CT

Event Description:

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented times for organizations as well as families. In response, the federal government has passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

As a result, many organizations are unsure of what FFCRA means for them, how and when FMLA and FFCRA leave applies, and how furloughs or layoffs impact eligibility.

This workshop will cover the major updates from the FFCRA and will answer some frequently asked questions businesses are asking related to this topic.

Horizon Point is partnering with Bradley Law for this webinar. Bradley Law owns the slides and other materials.


2nd Webinar – Creating a Business Continuity Plan
Date: June 3, 2020
Time: 9 to 11 AM CT

Event Description:
Disasters, whether natural or man-made, can have a lasting impact on organizations if they are not prepared. A great way to ensure that your organization is prepared is to create a Business Continuity Plan. A Business Continuity Plan allows your organization to continue operating during a disaster and helps to minimize the impact. In this webinar we’ll discuss how to:

  • Assess your organization and determine what functions are essential to your operation.
  • Determine what resources are needed to maintain those essential functions, or to get those services back up and running as quickly as possible.
  • Designate employees or departments responsible for acquiring certain resources in preparation for a disaster or restoring certain services in the aftermath.
  • Practice for the real thing.

Download Business Continuity Worksheet

Download Business Continuity – Vulnerability Assessment

Download Creating a Business Continuity Plan slides


1st Webinar – Leading Through Crisis
Date: May 20, 2020
Time: 9 to 11 AM CT

Event Description:

Leaders always deal with some level of stress given their roles. During these unprecedented times of COVID-19, leaders are dealing with stress that is beyond normal, both personally and professionally. Uncommon levels of stress can cause unwanted behaviors in us all, but true leaders rise to the occasion through emotional intelligence and empathy.

During this session, leaders will learn the four keys to leading in times of crisis and the three things NOT to do during a crisis. Actionable, behavioral-based tactics to implement these characteristics will be given to all participants.

Download Leading In Crisis Handouts

Download Leading In Crisis Slides