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Capital Matters Webinar On-Demand Series
This webinar on-demand series features experts speaking on a range of human capital management issues relevant to local government.
Effective Disciplinary Procedures
Employee discipline in public organizations should be rare, but effective when it has to take place. HR veterans Drake Maynard and Becky Veazey will talk about the most effective approaches to employee discipline, including the role of employees in identifying their own improvements, the need for clear, written disciplinary procedures, and how supervisors can facilitate difficult conversations. Drake Maynard is the former director of the Employee Relations Division at the NC Office of State Personnel and president of DMHRServices, LLC; Becky Veazey is the former human resource director with the Town of Cary and current president of the MAPS Group.
Effective Supervisory Management Program (Durham)
Supervisors in local government today face unique and complex challenges when working with others and serving their communities. This program provides newly promoted and veteran local government supervisors and front-line managers with the opportunity to better understand and practice basic supervision skills.
New (and Final)FLSA Overtime Regulations On-Demand Webinar
The US Department of Labor has just released the final rule setting the salary level below which all employees must be paid overtime. As a result, employers will have to pay time-and-one-half overtime premium pay to many, many employees who now earn a straight salary. Under the new rule, no one earning less than $47,476 will be exempt from overtime. No matter what the job, no matter what the type of work, if the employee is paid less than $47,476 a year, the employer must pay overtime. And the employer must keep time records. How will your organization deal with the major change? How will you minimize the strain it will place on your budget? This one-and-one-half hour webinar was broadcast on June 6, 2016 and examines the new rules and how government employers can implement the change while inflicting the least amount of harm to their budgets. The leaders were Diane Juffras of the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government and Drake Maynard, former managing partner North Carolina Office of State Personnel and independent human resources consultant.
Reducing Workplace Stress: Strategies for Managers
Work-related stress is one of the most challenging issues organizations face today, with significant impact on the mental and physical health of employees and the efficiency and productivity of organizations. When viewed as an organizational issue rather than stigmatized as an individual fault, psycho-social risks can be managed just like any other workplace health and safety risk. In this webinar, Dr Darcey Terris will review the costs that arise from poor work design, obstructive management, and adverse social contexts at work. Real-world examples will be provided of how work can be redesigned through healthy leadership practices, creating supportive work environments in which workers are well-trained and motivated to perform to the best of their ability.
Succession Planning for Local Government Organizations-Webinar on-demand
"Workforce planning is the most critical human resource management challenge in the public sector today.” (IPMA 2002). This presentation will address this critical challenge through a discussion of the need for workforce planning including a presentation of the basic steps and stages of the planning process. The presentation will draw on examples of what is occurring in public organizations, specifically an overview of the current state of workforce planning in North Carolina to provide highlights of the variations in practice as well as needed next steps. Teresa Lockamy, formerly with the City of Greensboro, NC, will explore the evolution of Greensboro’s succession planning strategies over several years, highlighting lessons learned, specific tools implemented, and program results. Willow Jacobson, School of Government, will discuss research and promising practices on succession planning in local government. This program will benefit local governments seeking guidance on how to implement succession planning within their organizations.
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