Legal Hour - Earn 1.0 Hours of HR credit from HRCI and SHRM
Luncheon Meeting - Earn 1.0 Hours of HR credit from HRCI and SHRM
Legal & Regulatory Hour
10:15 am - 11:15 am
Topic: Sexual Harassment Prevention in Today’s Workplace
Speaker: Rodney Klein
We’ve all seen the news stories. Women (and men) sexually harassed. Powerful figures fallen. And, the organizations they represented left reeling. What if it didn’t have to be that way? Learn how to address bad workplace behavior before you become the next headline. Hear about sexual harassment, #MeToo and #TimesUp. Discover how to create and maintain a civil and professional working environment. And, discuss risk factors for harassment and the roles of leadership and training in combatting them. Speaker Bio:
Rodney Klein graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and was hired by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as an Investigator in 1992. Mr. Klein investigated individual complaints of employment discrimination, along with large class and systemic cases.
He worked as a liaison between the EEOC and various fair employment practice agencies. And, he was the San Antonio Office’s Charge Receipt Supervisor, responsible for receiving and processing all incoming discrimination complaints. Currently, Mr. Klein is the Dallas District’s Outreach and Training Manager. He speaks to audiences about employment related matters, the civil rights statutes, and EEOC procedures, and he is a featured speaker at his office’s yearly training seminar for employers.
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Topic: Onboarding: The Key to Employee Retention and Engagement
Speaker: Amy Ross
While some employers believe that new hire onboarding is complete after the new hire’s first day, the truth is that onboarding has just begun. Onboarding serves to integrate the new hires within the company and its culture, as well as help them transition into their role. In this presentation, I will discuss the implications of not having a structured onboarding program and the important elements that should be included in one. When employers treat new hire onboarding as an ongoing talent strategy, they will begin to see their company flourish.
- · Learn the numbers associated with hiring and retaining team members
- · Make the business case for investing in a structured onboarding program
- · Learn how to build an effective onboarding program
Amy L. Ross is the CEO and Founder of HumanKind HR, which provides HR recruiting, people strategies, and tools to businesses to create high-performing, innovative, and sustainable cultures.
The company was founded on the cultural pillars of People, Purpose, and Passion.
Amy has over 20 years of experience in the HR and legal fields. Her areas of expertise include: recruiting, leadership development, and designing cultures based on purpose. In addition, she has extensive experience building programs that align an organization’s business strategies with its people strategies.
Prior to starting her own company, Ms. Ross worked for Fortune 500, public, and private companies across a variety of industries. She also worked for two of the largest international executive search firms in the world.
Ms. Ross received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York at Potsdam. She holds both the SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) and SHRM-SCP (Society for Human Resources Management –Senior Certified Professional) HR certifications. Ms. Ross is an Advisory Council Member and Founding Board Member of Conscious Capitalism Dallas. She is also the Chair of the Business Advisory Council for UNT Dallas.
Fajita Taco Salad w/ chicken fajita meat. mixed greens, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, black olives, sour cream, guacamole, green onions and peppers, served in a crispy taco bowl.
Salsa and ranch available.
Tres Leches Cake
Rolls, butter, Iced Tea and Coffee available
Ridglea County Club
3700 Bernie Anderson Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
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