Management Training Series on March 8th

HR Strategies, a Human Resource firm, continues to boost and expand their client’s knowledge of important management strategies and business regulations through their Management Training Series.

Furnishing top-notch quarterly management training sessions to their clients affords HR Strategies to prepare their client’s for a variety of workplace regulations, as well as to deliver the support needed to foster and promote a sound workplace. HR Strategies has recently announced that their latest training session, to be held on March 8th, 2012, will be presented by Ed Cherof, an attorney at the prestigious law firm Jackson Lewis LLP, and will cover the NLRB poster and how to avoid unionization in the workplace. The specific topics will include: the new and anticipated NLRB developments, the chances of successful legal challenges, what corporate counsel can do now to ensure compliance, how to deal with an organizing attempt in your business, and will also touch on recent NLRB decisions that are making it safer and easier for employees to organize; such as the Notice of Employee Rights Posting requirements and the NLRB’s Quickie Election rule.

This is the first of the series for 2012, and clients can expect a different topic affecting management and business to be presented quarterly. As always the training session is completely free for clients, who can expect to enjoy a top of the line speaker followed by a delicious catered lunch compliments of HR Strategies. The Management Training Series proves to be another way that HR Strategies bestows the value of HR outsourcing to their client companies.

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About HR Strategies

HR Strategies is a private human resource management firm created to enable small business owners to focus on their core competencies, rather than the tedium of running payroll, providing employee benefits, or the many other facets of human resource administration. We allow business owners to concentrate on their passion, without being distracted by countless human resource responsibilities.

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