AAIM EA March Educational Opportunities

AAIM Employers’ Association Education Center is pleased to offer the following educational opportunities in March.  Detailed information on these and other events is available on AAIM EA’s website at www.eaconnect.com.  AAIM Employers’ Association is an HRCISM  Approved Provider.  Registrations can be made at 800.948.5700 or online at www.eaconnect.com.
“2012 Employment Law Series”

Dates:  Sessions March 14 – December 19, 2012

  1. March 14 – Labor Laws: The Employer’s & Employee’s Rights & Obligations Under the National Labor Relations Act
    The National Labor Relations Act is legislation that governs many aspects of the relationship between an employer, an employee and unions seeking to organize your employees.  Understanding what your organization can or cannot do regarding free speech and organizing is crucial for minimizing your organizational risk.

2.     April 18 – Special Employment Issues: Privacy, Defamation, and Company Security

3.     June 20 – Safe Selection: Reducing Your Hiring Risk

4.     July 18 – Wage & Hour Administration

5.     August 15 – Promoting and Evaluating Employee Productivity

6.     November 14 - Managing Absenteeism and Leave Issues

7.     December 19 – The Discipline and Discharge Process


Time: 8:30am-11:00am

Location:  Par-A-Dice Hotel, East Peoria

Series Cost: $699 AAIM EA Member; $999 Non-member 

Individual Sessions Cost: $135 AAIM EA Member; $180 Non-member

This popular multi-session series is conducted by labor and employment Law attorneys from Davis & Campbell LLC.    The sessions focus on the steps employees can take to cope with the requirements of various laws and regulations. Each session qualifies for 2.25 General HRCI recertification credits.

 “Building Bridges Between Generations at Work*”

Date:  Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Time:  8:30am-12noon

Location:  AAIM Employers’ Association, 401 NE Jefferson, Peoria

Cost: $135 AAIM EA Member; $180 Non-member 

This interactive seminar will provide you with tips and strategies to work effectively with each of the generations. For anyone struggling to manage or work with people who just don’t see work (or life) the same way, this program will help you understand the gap that separates the generations—and offers practical guidelines for building a harmonious workforce where people rally together for the organization, not against each other.

Business Writing

Date:  Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Time:  8:00am-4:30pm

Location:  AAIM Employers’ Association, 401 NE Jefferson, Peoria

Cost:  $295 AAIM EA Member: $375 Non-member
A good letter, memo or email message can inform, persuade and impress your reader. It can also save you a lot of time and effort! A business writer’s main enemies are passive sentences, wordiness, overuse of big words and clichés. A writer’s biggest time waster is not having a simple writing structure that works. After this class, you will write easily and quickly.


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