Webinars

Webinars & Interactive Workshops

Fees

  • Live Webinars and Workshops: $99 per Member, $199 per Non-Member
  • Live and Recorded Webinars and Workshops: $149 per Member, $249 per Non-Member
  • Past Recorded Webinars and Workshops: $169 per Member, $269 per Non-Member

Time

  • 11 am to noon Pacific Standard Time (PST)
  • Noon to 1 pm. Mountain Standard Time (MST)
  • 1 pm to 2 pm. Central Standard Time (CST)
  • 2 pm to 3 pm. Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Each Webinar is 60 minutes.

Presentation Materials and Webinar Registration will be sent prior to the webinar.

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.

Webinar Recordings

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