Join us for an informative,
reinforcing and energizing day!
Tuesday October 27, 2015
9:15 AM to 4:00 PM MDT
Spearfish Convention Center
305 N 27th Street
I-90, Exit 14
Spearfish, SD 57783
In this session, we will explore the legal backdrop governing the interview and pre-employment process. We will discuss why it matters, go over some interesting real-life examples, and then finish with practical interview dos and don’ts.
Kassie Mckie Shiffermiller, Attorney, Lynn Jackson Shultz & Lebrun, PC
What are the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the 2008 ADA Amendments Act and how do these apply to employers? Discuss step-by-step the reasonable accommodation process and what is meant by the “good faith interactive approach.” When can an employer claim undue hardship? Wrapping up the session with many interesting real-life examples that could happen in your workplace! Jennifer Suich Frank, Attorney, Lynn Jackson Shultz & Lebrun, PC
We live in unstable times, with daily reports of fraud, theft and scandal. Much of the current financial crisis can be connected to a breakdown in ethical behavior, but personal ethical breakdowns begin long before they impact “big” decisions. This session will be a practical examination of how small decisions over time lead to personal success or failure.
Brian Snow, Global Leadership Interlink
By viewing the world as a whole, Dr. McIntosh educates and motivates by asking the right questions to begin the process of empowering your employees to become wellness addicts. A workforce that believes in the prevention of injuries is more stable for many reasons, of which Dr. Bob will explore.
Dr. Bob McIntosh, HealthSource Chiropractic of Spearfish
One marker of a successful manager is the ability to surround themselves with good staff. Hiring talented people consistently is not rocket science, but it can and should be based on social science. Good employees often have similarities, as do poor employees. This talk provides an overview of what psychologists have learned about employee selection and suggests a set of common procedures to help minimize hiring mistakes. Dr. David Scarborough, Professor of Human Resource Management, BHSU