Carol Kardas' "HR Department of One" is for those who are handling the HR duties by themselves, or for organizations who don't have a dedicated HR-person.
Lois Krause will speak as part of a panel discussion for Allied Against Opioid Abuse looking at how the Opioid Crisis is affecting business owners.
KardasLarson is once again partnering with the Community Economic Development Fund (CEDF) to bring HR training programs to local businesses.
Carol Kardas to Speak at “Beyond Pay – Creative Strategies to Engage and Retain High Performing Talent” for HRACC
On May 23rd, Carol Kardas will speak at HRACC's "Beyond Pay - Creative Strategies to Engage and Retain High Performing Talent". Carol Kardas will share creative solutions for compensating employees without money. It starts by understanding your employees needs what is required to get great engagement and retention.
Nick Daukas will Present "Strategic HR Management" at CBIA's Human Resource Conference on March 29th. Improve your strategic thinking in planning for not only for next month, but looking a few years down the road to better position the company to be prepared in our ever-changing workforce landscape.
Carol Kardas will teach a two-part session, "Getting the Right Start in HR", at the CBIA Human Resource Conference. In part one, learn the key laws every HR professional should know. In part two, we’ll cover the basics of recordkeeping and record retention, safe hiring, and termination practices.
Wynn Schoolnik will participate on a panel at the Interagency Business Engagement Training to speak about "An Employer's Perspective on Effective Recruitment Strategies," with fellow presenters from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Employers Association of the Northeast (EANE).
This event will provide an understanding of Connecticut's opioids epidemic, how it affects HR, dispel typical stereotypes about addicts, the implications for FMLA, ADA, and more.
Carol Kardas will provide you with sensible guidelines and procedures to guide you through the nuances of operating in this new world of work.
Lois Krause will present "Five Generations in the Workplace" as part of the Waterbury Regional Chamber's "Business Matters 3-Part Seminar Series".