Join the New Orleans Chamber in partnership with NOLA SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) for our next educational small business seminar. Amy Bakay, owner of HR NOLA, will present:
In our program, Top HR Compliance Issues Facing Employers Today, we review 10 tips to help small businesses avoid costly HR compliance errors. Specifically, how to hire the right people and terminate the wrong people; and how to manage people in between.
Top HR Compliance Issues Facing Employers Today.
There are basic requirements you have to fulfill as a small business owner. When people come to work for you, it’s your responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace, to comply with relevant employment laws in your country, to keep good records, and to pay salaries and benefits promptly and effectively.
In this tutorial, we’ll dive into these topics and show you how to comply with these important human resource requirements in your small business. They may not be the most exciting things you’ll do in your small business, but they are critical if you want to have happy, productive employees—and avoid organizational or costly legal headaches down the road.
The topics we cover:
- Safety & Wellness
- Hiring Best Practices
- Evaluating Employees
- Handbooks & Policies
- FLSA and Job Classification
- Required Federal and State Postings & Reporting
- Compliant Termination Procedures
This class qualifies for SHRM recertification and HRCI activity. You will be given the codes at the event. (# of Credits TBA)
HR NOLA, LLC is a woman-owned, Human Resources Consulting firm that specializes in providing outsourced HR support services for small to mid-sized businesses. HR NOLA, LLC was founded by Ms. Amy B. Bakay, a Senior Certified Professional from the Society of Human Resources Management. Ms. Bakay holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Minor in Human Resources Management from Mississippi College School of Business, and is an Adjunct Professor for the Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law (MJ-LEL) from Tulane University Law School.
She is a certified Development Dimensions International (DDI) Facilitator, a certified Predictive Index Analyst and has over 20 years of in-house Human Resources practitioner experience.
Ms. Bakay is pleased to serve on the Board of Directors as the 2018 Vice President of Membership for the New Orleans Society of Human Resources Management Association and is a member of the Louisiana Diversity Council. She has been engaged to speak on various panels where she serves as a subject matter expert for Women in Leadership and Human Resources Compliance.
1515 Poydras St garage, enter from Freret St.
HEAL Parking Garage, 300 LaSalle St.
*Please refer to garage signage for pricing details.
*Street parking also available.