Virtual Instructor-Led HR Training WebinarsFMWPadmin2019-05-15T15:00:57+00:00
Online in real time! Fair Measures HR training webinars have all the advantages of live training – because they are live – without the cost, time and travel of the traditional classroom. Based on the proven principle that people learn by doing. We don’t just say we’re engaging, we have the metrics to prove it. We guarantee 10 – 20 interactions per hour with polls, case studies, video vignettes and lots of Q&A.
Our virtual ILT programs are highly interactive, using humor and stories to ensure learning and practical application, our online training programs demonstrate the complexities of issues with our attorney-trainers responding in real-time.
“It is as good as you can get for online. I like the polls and Q&A the most.” – Manager, Oracle Corporation
Harassment Prevention Training Webinar – Harassment is not only illegal, it also impacts productivity and employee morale. Since the law sets only a bare minimum for acceptable behavior, this program (designed for California and all states) integrates your organization’s policies and procedures prohibiting harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
Managing Within the Law Webinar – This engaging program gives managers an approach to handling employee situations and inspires them to create strategies based on the law and company policy, and lead from their values.managers an approach to handling employee situations and inspires them to create strategies based on the law and company policy, and lead from their values.
Managing Overtime Webinar – Not knowing the limits of overtime law could be costly to both your managers and your company. In this fast-paced program, managers will learn both federal and state laws on overtime, the importance of accurate record keeping, how to determine exempt status, and more.
Preventing Workplace Violence Webinar – Do your managers know how to take preventive measures to keep violence from occurring in your workplace? With our program, managers learn about the causes and warning signs of violence in the workplace, the employer’s legal duty to provide a safe workplace, responses to violent or threatening behavior at work, and more.