On-Demand Webinars

Webinars & Interactive Workshops


  • Are posted with each event

Educational Credits

  • Attendance at each webinar will earn two credits for CLRP recertification.
  • Most webinars receive one credit for HRCI and one credit for SHRM; individuals are responsible for filing SHRM credits and is not guaranteed.

Webinar Recordings

All webinars listed below are available for purchase and download.  $99/webinar (member) / $199/webinar (non-member). Complete the purchase request form to receive an invoice and download link.

  1. Grievance Administration: Improving your ability to Avoid, Manage, and Defend Grievances
  2. Bargaining During the Perfect Storm: Achieving Needed Changes to Union Contracts (Concession Bargaining)
  3. Employment Law and LGBTQ Employees: Supreme Court Applies Title VII to Cover Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  4. Social Media Issues: The Do's and Don'ts of Managing Employees' Posts, Likes, Tweets and Hashtags
  5. The ADA Interactive Process in the Era of COVID-19 (ADA and Reasonable Accommodations in the COVID-19 World)
  6. ADA Accommodation and Workers' Compensation - "Don't be Scared, The Answers are out there", Rachel Shaw, October 31, 2018
  7. ADA Strategies: How to Get Clarification on Miserable Medical Reports, Rachel Shaw, October 3, 2018
  8. After the Election
  9. Amplify Your Voice With Proof Points, February 2020
  10. Are Your Fitness for Duty Practices Fit for Duty?, Sofia D. Mabee, October 27, 2016
  11. Bargaining "Other Conditions of Employment", Blaise Lamphier and Ursula A. Kienbaum, Esq, June 8, 2017
  12. Bargaining Nuts and Bolts
  13. Communicating with Elected's Before, During and After Negotiations and High Profile Discipline, Rod Younker and Candace Bock, July 24, 2019
  14. Courageous Conversations - Getting The Information You Need To Get The Job Done, Mallory Milluzzi and Jenna Richardson, May 22, 2019
  15. COVID-19 ADA Disability Compliance: Managing Work From Home Requests - 75 minutes
  16. COVID-19 Webinar for Public Employers
  17. COVID-19: Applying Lessons Learned to the New Workplace
  18. Creating Culture Is Succession Planning, Ron Holifield, March 29, 2017
  19. Deconstructing a Labor Agreement for New Supervisors: The Top Ten Articles to Know in the Bargaining Agreement, Blaise Lamphier, March 22, 2017
  20. Discipline and Documentation for New Supervisor, Karen M. Morinelli, Esq., March 8, 2017
  21. Divisive Devices: Considering the Litigation Consequences of Smart Phones and Other Discovery Generators, Jose Klein, September 21, 2016
  22. Effective Interviewing and Selection, Lee Lofton and Brét Kertz, February 22, 2017
  23. Fallout of Janus vs AFSCME: What is Happening Across the Nation, Jill Leka and James Baird, February 6, 2019
  24. Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) - Jill Leka, Yvette Heintzelman and Ben Gehrt
  25. FLSA Update for Public Safety, Lisa Charbonneau, October 23, 2019
  26. Generational Gaps in the Workplace, Brian Butcher and Andrew Esposito, September 25, 2019
  27. Getting Your Supervisors to Own the Performance Evaluation Process, Lisa R. Callaway, Esq., February 8, 2017
  28. Harassment Can Happen in Remote Work: Best Practices and Tips for Prevention
  29. How the New DOL Salary Basis Test Rules Will Impact Your Public Agency
  30. How to Conduct Trauma-Informed Investigations with Emotional Intelligence
  31. How to Effectively Manage Remote Work Groups
  32. Importance of Costing a Contract, Benjamin Gehrt and Patrick Glynn, March 2019
  33. Inside Tips for Ensuring Successful Negotiations in a Virtual World
  34. Janus Decision Webinar, Robert J. Smith, Jr. and Jill Leka, August 2018
  35. Law Enforcement Bargaining Tactics in the 2020 World
  36. Leadership and the Psychology of Pandemics: Psychological Safety and Returning to Work from COVID-19
  37. Leadership in Times of Crisis: Lessons from the Man Who Saved the World
  38. Leadership, COVID-19 and Employee Accommodations
  39. Managing Bargaining Agreement Basics
  40. Managing Challenging Conversations
  41. Managing During an Election Year, Marc Fishel, September 2019
  42. Mandatory, Permissive, and Illegal: What you Should Know (and why) About Subjects of Bargaining, Robert J. Smith, Jr., September 2017
  43. New DOL Salary Basis Test Overview and Q&A, Gage Dungy, August 2016
  44. New Interactive Training: The Fear Factor
  45. New Supervisor Boot Camp
  46. Not Your Average Investigation, December 2019
  47. Off Duty Misconduct, Yvette Heintzelman, June 2017
  48. Off Duty Misconduct: When is it Misconduct or Conflict?, Greg Riolo, October 2019
  49. Proven Strategies to Address Excessive Use, Abuse and Misuse of Leave
  50. Resources for Supervisors, Ann Everhart, January 2017
  51. Skills for Having Courageous Conversations about Racism and the Workplace
  52. Straddling The Line Between Having Fun and Staying Out of Trouble
  53. Succession Planning - Part I, January 2020
  54. Succession Planning - Part II, January 2020
  55. Supervising in the #MeToo Environment, Douglas Duckett, March 2019
  56. Supervisors Training: Part II - How to Handle Grievances, Lisa Callaway, February 2019
  57. The ADA Interactive Process, Rachel Shaw, August 2016
  58. The Baby Boomer Bust is Here - Now What????, Ron Holifield, October 2019
  59. The Background Check Limbo: How Low Can You Go?, Stacy Pollock and Barry Tiffany, August 2019
  60. The Role of Implicit Bias in Labor and Employee Relations, Janelle Tarasewicz, November 2019
  61. Tips To Listening For What Employees Are Telling You: ADA Accommodations, Erin Jacobson, May 2019
  62. Tools to Cost a Contract Using Excel, Patrick Glynn, April 2019
  63. Virtual Everything... Managing a Remote Workforce and Everything in Between
  64. What Does De-Funding the Police Mean and How is it Effecting Police Negotiations
  65. What Every Public Employer Needs to Know About COVID Vaccines in the Workplace