While large organizations typically have a staff of experienced PHR, SPHR or GPHR human resource professionals, many times small to mid-sized organizations delegate this responsibility to office managers, or finance people. Needless to say, keeping up with current HR rules, laws and regulations is critical. Lack of knowlege can be costly for a large organization, but for a small organization it can be lethal. Champlain College's Workforce Development Center has teamed up with HRSentry, a web-based provider of federal and state employment laws, HR forms, policies and procedures to offer a series of Online Human Human Resource Management Workshops . For more information http://go.champlain.edu/hrsentry
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It is extremely rare for anyone promoted into a management position to suddenly become manager extraordinaire as soon as the new title is bestowed. A good management training class is critical for success by providing a so-called management toolkit, which enables a new manager to build sound management practices and create high functioning teams. As this video demonstrates, managers have a lot to think about. If you have been promoted into a management position on the basis of your technical expertise and performance, a management training class is essential - insist on getting the training you need for success!