Where compliance and strategy flow together
October 19th – 21st
Where compliance and strategy flow together
October 19th – 21st
Who Should Attend
Professionals looking to learn from nationally renowned speakers covering diverse topics such as OFCCP compliance, changes in the 21st century workplace, diversity & inclusion and many more.
What Gets Covered
Earn nine SHRM and HRCI credits and be equipped to tackle OFCCP compliance, reimagine your inclusion and diversity strategy, define your personal & organizational goals, and grow in your HR leadership. The 2021 HudsonMann Virtual Compliance Conference will include nine unique sessions: Compensation, Compliance Recruiting Strategies, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Diverse Talent Management Recruitment & Talent Acquisition Strategies.
Outreach & Recruiting
Diversity & Inclusion
21st Century Trends
Wednesday, Oct 20th
11:00 am est - 12:00 pm est
Session 4: Handling Difficult Conversations in Difficult Times
Our current supercharged environment is bringing issues tied to race, sex, ethnicity, violence, religion, politics, pandemic choices, and other topics into our workplaces and affecting what people talk, tweet and text about on the job and to coworkers.
The wrong words and acts can disrupt teams and cause lasting risk and harm. The positive news is that even in these times of great turbulence, applying a few basic principles can enable leaders and team members to work productively, effectively, and collegially.
During the webcast, we’ll explore:
- How to productively address social, political, and other sensitive discussions
- Practical tips and tools for dealing with elections and other issues in the news at work
- Suggestions to help employees productively talk through these issues
- How organizations can foster productive conversations about sensitive issues in the workplace
Join us for this timely, interactive webcast which will give you insights and tips for maintaining your organization’s values of respect, dignity, diversity, inclusion, and equitable fairness during this challenging time.
Presented by: Stephen M. Paskoff, President and CEO, ELI
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq., is the founder, president and CEO of ELI, a learning and consulting company that teaches and advises on professional workplace conduct, helping clients translate their values into behaviors, increase employee contribution, build respectful and inclusive cultures, and reduce legal and ethical risk.
Mr. Paskoff is a nationally recognized speaker and author on workplace legal issues. He has written extensively on topics related to workplace compliance and legal issues and how to affect culture change to build lawful, professional operations that align with an organization’s mission and values. He has been named the highest-ranking speaker at the national conference of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has been selected to speak at a number of other national conferences, including:
- The American Bar Association (ABA)
• The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)
• The Ethics and Compliance Officer Association (ECOA)
• The Risk Management Foundation for the Harvard Medical Institutions
• The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA)
• The Industry Liaison Group (ILG)
In addition, Mr. Paskoff is a founder and former Co-Chair of the ABA’s Compliance Training and Communication Subcommittee. He has served on the Editorial Board of Workforce Management magazine and is a regular contributor to The Conference Board’s Human Capital Exchange.
Mr. Paskoff has appeared on or been interviewed by a variety of national media outlets, including: ABC’s 20/20, CNBC, Christian Science Monitor, Corporate Legal Times, Corporate University Review, Forbes, Fortune, Fox News, HR Executive Magazine, HR Magazine, HR News, HR Reporter, Inc. Magazine, Industry Week, Workforce Management, Federal News Radio, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Training Magazine, and USA Today. He is the author of two books, Teaching Big Shots to Behave and Other Human Resource Challenges and Civility Rules! A New Business Approach for Boosting Results and Cutting Risks.
Prior to establishing ELI in 1986, Mr. Paskoff was a trial attorney with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a partner in a management law firm. He is a graduate of Hamilton College and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and is a member of the Pennsylvania and Georgia bars.
1:00 pm est - 2:00 pm est
Session 5: Overcome the Skills Gap with Technology
The emerging skills gaps due to ongoing business disruption and rapidly evolving needs have also accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The trend toward talent needing a diverse set of skills to do a job is only going to continue to pick up at a rapid pace. There are simply not enough qualified people to fill positions so you can’t recruit your way out. Gartner suggests gaining better insight into employee skillsets, understanding and prioritizing skills adjacencies, and encouraging flexible career progression. Reskilling needs to be both about what a company needs and what an employee is capable of. How is your company facing these challenges?
Now is a good time to evaluate what it is you need, identify who might be able to fill in that gap, and begin the process of reskilling and upskilling.
In this engagement we’ll review some of the specifics of construction workplaces and how to leverage technology to:
- Improve productivity and engagement through training
- Centralize certifications for performance management, career planning and compliance processes
- Deliver training to mitigate business costs and disruptions, reduce absenteeism, promote productivity and enhance your brand image
- Simplify new hire Learning Plans to automate required training, increased efficiency, and to Improve the employee experience with easy access via the cloud
Learnings for construction employers attending the webinar
- What happened to the skilled construction talent?
- Overcoming the Worker Shortage: Scout, Shape, Shift
- Technologies that can help
- Recruit and develop the right skills
- Provide the foundation for future success
Presented by: Bryan May, VP Business Development and HR Expert, Arcoro.
Bryan has been a part of the Arcoro organization for 22 years.
Over that time, he and his team have helped 1000’s of construction companies, simplify their HR processes and improve employee experience along every part of the employee lifecycle.
A regular speaker at state and national AGC events, Bryan is a resident expert on recruiting, affirmative action compliance, talent management and employee engagement.
3:00 pm est - 4:00 pm est
Session 6: Attract, Evaluate, Onboard and Retain Veteran Talent
Attendees will learn about military ranks and associated characteristics of veteran candidates, necessary components to the creation of a successful veteran hiring initiative and how to access resources available to support employers who want to hire veterans.
Presented by: David Muir, SVP, Veterans Staffing Network
Mr. Muir is the SVP of a social enterprise project of Easterseals DC MD VA, the Veterans Staffing Network (VSN). The VSN is dedicated to providing top-tier military talent to employers while assisting veterans, guardsmen, reservists and military spouses secure long-term, meaningful jobs. Since being hired to build the VSN, Easterseals has been responsible for putting more than 2,600 men and women to work in 37 states. This unique program has enabled Easterseals to provide career coaching services to more than 12,000 veterans and family members over the last 7 years. Prior to joining Easterseals, Mr. Muir served in the VA Army National Guard as an infantryman and M-60 gunner. He developed a job search curriculum and in 2011 was the Solution Architect and Lead Instructional Designer of the first redesign of the TAP Employment Workshop for the Department of Labor in more than 20 years.
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