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Focus on current and emerging HR issues in the public sector with IPMA-HR's strategic webinars. Live and interactive, each 60-minute session provides you and your staff with a convenient and economical way to stay current on topics important to your day-to-day operations.
 

Webinar Benefits

  • Limitless staff participation per purchase
  • Unlimited access to the on-demand version for up to a year after the live webinar
  • Q&A with experts during the live broadcast
  • Downloadable presentation slides and handouts to share with your colleagues
  • IPMA-CP recertification points for IPMA-HR Certified Professionals who attend qualifying webcasts

Can’t make the live webcast? Purchase it now, then watch it anytime on-demand for a year. Contact IPMA-HR at meetings@ipma-hr.org and specify which webinar you would like to purchase. You will be contacted for payment information. *On-demand webcasts are available for up to 12 months after the live broadcast and are included in your registration price.

For more information, contact meetings@ipma-hr.org or call the Professional Development Department: (703) 549-7100.

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2016 Nov. 11th 9:01am

🏠 HR2020 Shifting Perspectives: A Vision For Public Sector HR (Free Webinar)

🏠 HR2020 Shifting Perspectives: A Vision For Public Sector HR (Free Webinar)

The IPMA-HR 2020 Taskforce released a report in September that sets a framework for planning, communicating and implementing HR services that will meet the strategic and tactical needs of organizations. The framework includes three lenses of Business Acumen, Innovation, and Strategic Orientation that HR initiatives need to be viewed through to be effective. The taskforce identified five focus areas: Leadership, Culture, Talent, Communication and Technology.

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2016 Jun. 15th 1:00pm

Surviving a Wage and Hour Audit

Surviving a Wage and Hour Audit

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It can happen at any time, and often incites panic: The Department of Labor has notified you that it will be performing a wage and hour audit of your organization. Your best defense for this dreaded scenario? Preplanning. Understanding the potential scope of the investigation, the type of information the investigator will review, and the location and condition of that information will go a long way toward ensuring your survival. 

2015 Dec. 9th 1:00pm

Conducting Employee Investigations

Conducting Employee Investigations

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At some point in their career, all human resources and management officials will have to conduct an internal investigation. Whether investigations are a routine task for you, or you’re a bit rusty, this webinar will help enhance your skills and knowledge so you can confidently conduct your next investigation.

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