HR Compliance Bootcamp


HR Compliance Bootcamp

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HR Compliance Bootcamp

Are you looking to enhance your knowledge of HR laws and ethics? HR professionals must remain up to date with the latest employment laws and regulations in today’s workplace. Join our HR Compliance Bootcamp!

Experienced instructors will guide you through the intricacies of HR laws and regulations and provide practical tools to navigate these issues in the workplace. You’ll have the opportunity to network with other HR professionals and learn from their experiences. Our sessions are not just about the topics – we design them to be engaging so you can work through real-world scenarios and apply your newfound knowledge to your workplace. Best part? We know you are busy, so we will meet once a month, making it easy to fit this networking and learning time into your schedule.

Who Should Attend?

  • Those in a position that includes human resource responsibilities
  • New HR professionals seeking to broaden their knowledge of HR laws and regulations
  • Business owners who need to stay up-to-date on the latest employment laws in Massachusetts & beyond
  • Seasoned HR professionals who want a refresher
  • Anyone interested in starting a career in HR
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Classes & Dates

HR Compliance Bootcamp

This course is on Thursday afternoons over seven months.

Thu, May 2

FLSA Employee Classification

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Unlock the Secrets to Properly Classify Your Employees and Ensure FLSA Compliance for a Thriving Business

Join this session to gain essential insights into classifying your workforce accurately, ensuring compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). This session is ideal for HR professionals, business owners, and anyone responsible for employee management. By attending, you’ll learn how to navigate complex classification rules, avoid costly legal issues, and create a fair and productive work environment. Don’t miss this opportunity to protect your business and employees while optimizing your operations. Take the first step towards FLSA compliance and success today!

By the end of this session, you’ll be able to:

  • Explain the key provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), including minimum wage and overtime rules
  • Categorize different employee roles as exempt or non-exempt based on FLSA criteria
  • Apply FLSA classification principles to your own organization’s scenarios
  • Evaluate current classification practices and propose corrective actions for compliance and efficiency
Thu, Jun 6

The Americans with Disabilities Act: an Overview

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Protecting people with disabilities from discrimination at work

Disability rights are civil rights. From service animals to building ramps and parking, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a law that protects people with disabilities in many areas of public life, including at work. ADA is a law, not an employee benefit program, and applies to employers with 15 or more employees. ADA is divided into five sections called Titles with specific requirements for various organizations. This informative session will specifically focus on Title I ADA requirements for employers covering compliance and best practices.

By the end of this knowledge-building session you’ll be able to

  • Define what qualifies as a disability
  • Understand all the ways the ADA impacts decisions in the workplace
  • Apply accommodations or respond to requests to ensure equal opportunities for people with disabilities
Thu, Jul 11

Mental Health at Work: Laws and Best Practices

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Create a supportive work environment for employee’s mental health and wellbeing

Mental health conditions affect millions of people. It can be challenging to understand how best to support yourself or others in the workplace suffering from depression, anxiety, PTSD, pandemic-related stress, or a myriad of other mental health conditions. Discrimination complaints, accommodation requests, and productivity in the workplace can all be affected by these things. As mental illness prevalence increases, society places an increasingly high priority on mental health awareness, and COVID-19 results in ongoing uncertainty, these issues will only grow. This makes it imperative that your company knows its legal obligations and best practices regarding mental health conditions at work.

By the end of this knowledge-building session, you will:

  • Recall the main federal laws and regulations governing mental health in the workplace including ADA, FMLA, and MHPA
  • Explain the role of management and HR in addressing mental health concerns among employees
  • Discuss how common mental health conditions can impact an employee’s ability to perform their job duties
  • Formulate a toolkit to employ best practices for fostering a healthy, and productive workforce
Thu, Aug 8

An Introduction to OSHA and Workplace Incidents

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Ensure a safe and productive environment for your employees

There are over two million work-related injuries reported each year. Would you know how to respond if one of your employees became injured on the job? The world of OSHA and workers’ compensation can be complex as you navigate reporting requirements, including the first report of injury and OSHA 300 logs. Additionally, what information do you need to share, or not share, with supervisors, co-workers, and family members of attorneys? This class will take you step by step through the process of what to do from a legal perspective when an employee receives a minor cut or abrasion or potentially receives a life-altering injury.

This knowledge-building class gives you the chance to:

  • State who OSHA is, what they do, why they do it, and how it affects the workplace
  • Differentiate the general recordkeeping requirements and penalties for violations of OSHA standards
  • Summarize the company’s legal responsibilities when receiving a workplace incident report
  • Create a safe work environment utilizing best practices
Thu, Sep 5

Handling Employee Complaints and Investigations with Ease

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Tread carefully yet swiftly and fairly when handling employee complaints

Conducting workplace investigations is one of the biggest challenges HR professionals must face. With shifting workforce demographics and greater awareness of rights, compounded by new laws coming into play, managers unknowingly make mistakes and often lack confidence in accurately managing the process. Often this is due to a lack of adequate training or pressure to resolve complaints quickly. This interactive session will guide you through such topics as what to do and not do with employee complaints and what triggers an investigation. Then, if you determine an investigation is necessary, we offer a proven six-step process, questioning best practices for the complainant and accused, along with ten common investigation mistakes.

By the end of this knowledge-building session, you will

  • Know what to do and not do with employee complaints
  • Understand what triggers an investigation and who to involve
  • Conduct an investigation
  • Analyze findings from an investigation and make a final decision
Thu, Oct 3

Recognizing Risks: Corrective Action, Documentation, & Termination

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Build confidence to handle performance issues and before they get out of hand Documenting employee issues is key to avoiding company risk or liability. Properly documented workplace incidents and investigations will help support a company with consistency, legal complaints, unemployment claims, etc. A primary focus will be to Identify strategies to document performance issues as they occur and to help protect the company from legal risks.

This knowledge-building session you will:

  • Describe issues that may require investigation or corrective action
  • Articulate the skills needed to plan, conduct, and conclude investigations
  • Identify steps to conduct a thorough corrective action discussion
  • Evaluate the impact of ineffective investigations and how to avoid them
Thu, Nov 7

An Introduction to Federal Employment Laws

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

This program is designed to help participants understand how Federal employment laws work in the real world – and how they apply very directly to the day-to-day duties, decisions and interactions of managers and supervisors. Virtually all risk related to employment law violation lies with uneducated or undereducated management. A primary focus is to enlighten participants on how employment laws are inadvertently broken every day – by leaders who think they’re making sound business decisions and who would never intentionally discriminate.

By the end of this knowledge-building session, you will be able to:

  • Identify the basic elements of primary federal employment laws
  • Summarize the impact of federal case law and company practices
  • Recognize situations that pose a legal risk to the organization
  • Articulate how to minimize risk by responding promptly and appropriately to workplace incidents

HR Compliance Bootcamp

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HR Compliance Bootcamp

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HR Compliance Bootcamp

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Classes Begin

Thursday, May 2, 2024

Registration Deadline

Thursday, May 2, 2024

If you need help registering or applying for a grant, please contact Kallee McGraw or schedule a call.

Interested in training grant funds to offset the cost?

Learn how you can access this course at no cost through the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund Program by viewing our Learning & Development Catalog.


HR Compliance Bootcamp

What is the difference between “Training Just for You” and “Training for Your Company”?
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“Training Just for You” is a training program that any individual from any company can sign up to attend. You’ll join a group of peers from other companies for weekly training sessions. AIM HR Solutions holds these sessions virtually; you can view our calendar of upcoming “Training Just for You” events here. “Training for Your Company” means that we will work with you to deliver training to your company, virtually or onsite. Contact Kelly McInnis if you want to learn more about holding training for your company.

Are these courses available in virtual and in-person formats?
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All of our Training Just For You programs are currently virtual only. If you are interested in AIM HR Solutions offering this program virtually or onsite for your company, contact Kelly McInnis.

Is this course eligible for a grant?
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This course is eligible for the Express Program or the General Grant through the Workforce Training Fund Program. To learn more about this grant and how we can help, you can download our Learning & Development Catalog. If you still have more questions, you can contact Kelly McInnis.

Do you offer in-person training outside of Massachusetts?
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All of our “Training Just for You” programs are held virtually and therefore can be attended by individuals anywhere in the world! Training for your company can also be offered in a virtual format to employees located anywhere. We currently do not offer in-person training outside of Massachusetts. To talk about how we may be able to support you, please contact Kelly McInnis.

Can I register for one or two individual sessions?
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Yes you may! In order to register for an individual class, please contact Kallee McGraw at letting her know which session(s) you would like to register for.

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