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Do you have managers/supervisors that would benefit from learning how to talk about topics that can sometimes be uncomfortable? MPMA is partnering with VisionOne High Performance Group to offer a workshop series to help navigate these challenges. This will be a virtual interactive series. Each interactive session will be a 60-minute training session and a 30-minute roundtable discussion/Q&A. The series will be comprised of 6 sessions (one every other week).

This workshop comes with a one-hour individual video call with workshop attendee, an HR partner from their company and a VisionOne consultant. This call would go over the topics addressed and answer any specific follow up questions.

Starting date: Tuesday April 9, 2024, every other week ending on Tuesday, June 18, 2024.
Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Virtual: Platform TBD
Cohorts: 12 or less people
Cost: $349/person

Topics to be covered. (not necessarily in this order)

  • Navigating Religious Beliefs in the Workplace
    • Inclusive practices
    • Legal framework
    • Making accommodations
    • Undue hardship
  • Navigating the Political Minefield in the Workplace
    • Remote working conflict
    • Setting ground rules
    • Prepare for political discourse
    • Responding to political discourse
    • Preventing political discourse
  • Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace
    • Pre-employment
    • What to do if you smell it in the workplace - reasonable suspicion
    • How legal recreational use influences the workplace
  • How to manage missed time with ESSL (Earned Sick and Safe Leave)
    • What is ESSL?
    • Discipline for ESSL
    • Retaliation
    • Managing ESSL
  • Managing an employee with a disability - ADA
    • What is a disability?
    • What is a major life activity?
    • What is a substantial limitation?
    • Who is a qualified individual under the ADA?
    • What is an employer’s duty to accommodate?
    • What is reasonable accommodation?
    • What is undue hardship?
    • What supervisor actions are prohibited by the ADA?
  • Addressing Mental Health
    • Understanding mental health
    • Common mental health conditions
    • Warning signs
    • Considerations when speaking to an employee about mental health concerns
    • Self-care and work life balance
  • Wage and hour compliance
    • The fair labor standards act
    • Misclassifications
    • Unpaid working time
    • Equal pay act
    • Recognizing wage and hour complaints
    • Retaliation


Who Should Attend:

  • Shop Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Managers
  • Small Business Owners
  • Supervisors and Anyone in Leadership Role

What you will learn/Why Attend:

  • To train Managers/Supervisors to be equipped to have productive conversations on sensitive topics to foster a more positive and inclusive work environment. 

Actual workshop dates:

Tuesday April 9
Tuesday April 23
Tuesday May 7
Tuesday May 21
Tuesday June 4
Tuesday June 18

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