We are working on the La Crosse Regional Transit Development Plan (TDP) and are hoping to hear from area HR representatives on transportation needs for employers and employees in the La Crosse area. Please RSVP (there is no cost) to join us for our virtual chat on this topic!
Below is a community survey and interactive wikimap we are currently conducting. The survey will help the planning team understand existing travel behavior, help create service recommendations and prioritization, and provide La Crosse Municipal Transit Utility (MTU), Onalaska Shared Ride (OSR), and Scenic Mississippi Regional Transit (SMRT) with customer service feedback.
Whether attending or not, please feel free to share the survey and wikimap link with your clients, customers, colleagues, and networks.
Community Survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/LaCrosseRegionalTransit
For more information, please check the project website: www.lacrossecounty.org/metropolitan-planning-organization/LAPC-Home/regional-transit-development-plan
Where: Three Rivers Lodge at the Radisson
Free Parking: Available in the Radisson Hotel, front desk will validate
What: Appetizers, drinks, & prizes!
We are excited to see you all for some long-overdue networking! Afterwards, grab a cocktail or wine to-go, & head over to Moon Tunes next door!
Cost is free to members, but advanced registration is required.
Marijuana laws are changing and illegal drug use is rising. This makes it a continual challenge for employers to have a drug-free workplace and keep policies and procedures in compliance with the law. Learn how to support a support a safe, productive workplace while complying with federal and state regulations and preparing for changes that may be on the way.
During this meeting, the speaker will help us:
Increase knowledge of state marijuana laws
Understand the issues related to drug testing for marijuana
Be aware of changes that may be coming to Wisconsin
More about the Speaker:
Terri L. Dougherty, SHRM-CP, PHR, is an Editor on the human resources publishing team at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. She is the co-editor of the Everyday Drug and Alcohol Program Manual and often delivers presentations on state marijuana laws.
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Together, we will discuss the labor and employment law landscape in 2021, including employee-friendly changes in the law, union organizing, predicted changes in regulations, and HR best practices.
Improve the spotting of issues by HR Professionals
More about the Speakers:
Mark Tilkens – Mark’s legal experience includes counseling and representing employers across the country in traditional labor law matters and providing guidance for employers facing critical employment counseling issues, including employee discipline, reducing misappropriation of confidential information, protection from competition, managing employee misconduct before escalation, and personalized training systems for managers and HR in meeting their own capability-building goals
The Predictive Index measures both cognitive reasoning and the inherent motivating needs that drive all people. You can use this system to understand what contributes to workplace behaviors so you can ensure alignment, drive your team’s success, and achieve your business objectives faster than you ever thought possible.
During this meeting, Mike will help us understand:
The Predictive Index
The Head, Heart, Briefcase Methodology
The many utilizations & impacts of the PI software platform
Mike Kuenzi has been with Titus Talent Strategies since February 2013. As one of the firm’s first employees, Mike has had the opportunity to grow with Titus, wearing many hats and taking on responsibilities in all facets of the organization. Over the last seven years, his primary focus has been in the areas of training and education, team development and talent acquisition. He played an integral role in helping Titus become a certified partner of The Predictive Index, and now uses his expertise in behavioral and cognitive analysis to lead the Titus Talent Optimization Division. Mike is passionate about knowledge transfer and empowering organizations to successfully identify, attract, measure, and retain top performers. Outside of work, Mike loves spending time with his wife and three girls, playing tennis and staying active in his community.
Too often, organizations respond to sexual harassment in ways that are ineffective, if not counter-productive. A good part of the issue is that our focus is on responding to negative behaviors and not on fostering the type of organizational culture we’d actually like. This program will take a critical look at sexual harassment policy and help participants identify and develop more effective strategies toward building a healthy workplace.
Identify the relationships between sexual harassment, organizational culture, and broader systems of power
Recognize the shortcomings of traditional responses to sexual harassment in the workplace
Demonstrate an understading of the concept of collective efficacy and its relationship to workplace harassment
Identify and develop strategies toward building collective efficacy within an organization, helping to prevent workplace harassment in the first place
Dr. Lilley is a sociologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. His research and teaching focus on systems of intersectional inequality, collective behavior and social change, social and criminal justice policy, and media.
This presentation will review recent changes and upcoming proposals in OSHA and how it affects the HR Professional and HR/Collateral Duty Safety Professional. Several hazards will be addressed that affect HR directly such as workplace violence and COVID.
Understand the recent changes & upcoming proposals in OSHA & what that means to an HR Professional
Relate how OSHA policies & standards apply to the HR or Safety Professional
Discover the workplace hazards facing the HR Professional
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La Crosse, WI 54602