New Training Video – Crash Course on Workplace Sexual Harassment

I just uploaded a new 15-minute crash course training video on Workplace Sexual Harassment. This training session will teach you the legal definition of sexual harassment, help you identify when it is happening at work, and give you the tools to help stop and prevent it.

This is a condensed version of an in-person training session that can be customized for 30, 60, or 90 minutes. If you are interested in receiving this training (tailored to your organization’s policies), or if you need help reviewing and/or creating sexual harassment prevention and reporting policies, please contact me about possible consultations.

Social Media the Millennial Way! (video)

I recently gave a brief talk about social media use at the Association for Talent Development – Detroit Chapter’s annual Knowledge Share event. Some folks who couldn’t be at the event asked me to record a recreation of the presentation, so I have obliged.

If you’re new to social media or looking for ways to increase your professional presence online, the 30-minute chat is worth the watch!

New Crash Course Training Video: Health Insurance Part 2 – Insurance Plans

I just uploaded to YouTube the concluding part of my Crash Course training series on Health Insurance. This video, Part 2, focuses on the components of a health insurance plan and teaches you to better understand what’s inside your insurance policy.

Crash Course Training Video #2: Health Insurance – Part I

The second video in my crash course training series is the first part of an overview on health insurance in the United States.

Part I of this series discusses how the general health insurance system works and touches on some big-picture concepts. Part II (coming soon) will focus on health insurance plans and how to understand benefits and coverage.

Crash Course Training Video #1: Family & Medical Leave Act

My first video in a series of crash-course trainings has been uploaded. This session is all about the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and is geared towards new HR professionals or anyone who needs a refresher on the law.

This is great timing, as the Department of Labor recently updated its advisory guide and posters to help employers and employees better understand the rules and requirements under the FMLA.