The Texas Municipal Human Resources Association is offering a new webinar series to help you navigate these ever-changing times. In these complimentary webinars, industry experts and advisors will discuss timely topics that are actively affecting you and your organization. Thank you for making a difference in the human resources profession.
Registration is required for each webinar, including the recorded versions.
Your EAP is Not Enough!
August 11 – Live Webinar
Morgan Young from Holmes Murphy and Dan Phillips with Responder Health will share what your first responders need in a mental health and wellness program and why your current traditional EAP is not enough. Dan is a former law enforcement officer and recently retired from the US Marshall Service, where he ran their peer support program for the nation. This session will be an excellent opportunity to learn about timely and actionable solutions that you can put in place immediately to address the growing mental health needs of your first responder population.
Employer Strategies for COVID Pandemic and Return to Work
August 25 – Live Webinar
Employers must know and apply FFCRA on an ongoing basis while navigating existing employment laws and providing for the safe continuity of operations. The presentation will contain an overview of the FFCRA, an overview of the ADA/EEOC considerations and employer strategies for safe return to work.
Julia Gannaway, Partner, Ross|Gannaway, PLLC
Human Resources Investigative Audits when there is Suspicion of Fraud – Recorded Webinar
August 28 – Live Webinar
This seminar provides an overview of how Finance and Human Resources can effectively partner together to investigate fraud. In this session, a detailed plan for each step of the investigation will be outlined. The roles of Finance and HR will be clearly defined to conduct a thorough investigation that capitalizes on the strengths of the partnership between Finance and HR.
The Importance of Professional Development…. Especially Now
September 8 – Live Webinar
In this session we will discuss why professional development is more important than ever, for you and your teams. It is important to understand what skills are growing in demand and what skills are becoming less relevant. Our rapidly-changing world is driving organizations to think differently and become more innovative in everything we do. Join CPS HR Consulting for a discussion on why this is so important, the many modalities now available for professional development, and the best ways to build and sustain a culture of learning in your organization.