Legal and Effective Employment Practices

Legal and Effective Employment Practices


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Course Description:
The course outlines proactive prevention methods and strategies that housing agencies can implement to defend themselves against possible employment lawsuits. This course also features two case studies. Duration: 1 Hours.

Melanie Herman, Executive Director, Nonprofit Risk Management Center

Housing agency supervisors, management, and human resource professionals.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify practices that expose housing organizations to claims alleging wrongful employment practices
  • Understand the essential policies that should be in place to reduce the likelihood of claims alleging wrongful employment practices
  • Facilitate steps that housing leaders and managers can and should take to ensure understanding and consistent application of employment policies in order to put the organization in the strongest possible position to defend claims
  • Execute a plan to fortify employment practices

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      • IACET CEU (CEUs): 0.1