Results for Events : Webinar
16 Jun 2021

June Monthly Membership Meeting

Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM

June Membership Meeting: Virtual Learning: Marketing & HR: The Perfect Match
Presented by Lauren Rudman and Brittany Nelsh
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 - 11:30am - 1:00pm

Session Description:
With so many in the workplace feeling disengaged on the job, it's more important than ever to find ways to put employees back in the spotlight- bringing their achievements and perspectives to the forefront of our companies + brands. And who better to do this than the dynamic duo that is Marketing & HR. In this session you will learn how to leverage the collective strengths of marketing and HR to build internal initiatives that drive awareness of your company all while helping your employees shine.

Questions about this workshop contact Karen Fagnilli at Please note, after 24 hours of the RSVP date cancellations/no shows will be invoiced, but you are welcome to send a substitute if you have reserved and are unable to attend.

$ 1200 - $ 1500
24 Jun 2021

Webinar Opportunity - Speaker Talisa Lavarry

Date: Thursday, June 24, 2021
Time: 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM

WEBINAR: The Case For DEI&B in the Workplace (Specially designed for HR & Labor Law Professionals)
Join us on Thursday, June 24, 2021 from 12:15pm - 1:15pm (ET) for a webinar with speaker Talisa Lavarry.

This program has been pre-approved for 1.0 for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and 1.0 BUSINESS CREDITS from HRCI.

Webinar Description:
From small startups to Fortune 500s companies are facing harassment and discrimination charges like never before. According to Westlaw, a legal research service by Thomson Reuters, plaintiffs now have just over a 50% chance of winning when employment practices liability (EPL) claims go to trial.

While the need to both educate and train leaders in the workplace has increased so has the resentment. If we pay close attention to blog posts and social statuses it is not hard to find resistance from those that believe the training and any strategic solutions are unnecessary. The EEOC begs to differ. With more than 1.8 million complaints filed since 1997 with over a million taking place since 2010.

This training allows HR Professionals, Labor Law & Discrimination Investigation Professionals, Business Leaders & Stake Holders to hear a trained D.E.I.&B. facilitator present a winning case in regard to the value and importance of placing a priority on D.E.I.& B within their business strategies & plans.

Click HERE for more information and to register. Clicking on the link will take you to the ASPECT MARKETING ecommerce site and will require you to login to register.
ACSHRM members should use discount/promo code: ACSHRM$10 for a $10 discount!

29 Jun 2021

RESCHEDULED! Membership Meeting (joint meeting with Lake Geauga chapter)

Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM

RESCHEDULED! - This Membership Meeting is a joint meeting with the Lake Geauga Chapter
50 Shades of COVID-19 Gray in Post-Pandemic Workplaces; presented by Tony Fiore.

Session Description:
COVID-19 disrupted the typical day of a human resource professional. The last year will certainly change the workplace for many public and private employers forever. But, as workplaces begin to reopen and employees are asked to return to work several questions are swirling among the HR community.

  • Can we accommodate employees working remotely indefinitely?
  • How can I manage employees effectively remotely?
  • Will employees expect a remote option to work due to the past year because of COVID-19? Will it affect our ability to attract and retain talent?
  • What kind of employment issues will arise in the new “normal” workplace?
  • What if an employee refuses to return to work because they say “I’m making enough on unemployment”?
  • What can we do to make employees feel safe or comfortable without everyone being fully vaccinated?

  • During this session participants will learn about the practical answers to these questions as well as changes in local, state and federal laws and regulations to address them. If you have been faced with these questions and many more regarding what the new “normal” workplace with look like post COVID-19, you should attend this discussion. We will also discuss why elected officials need to HR professionals like you to help them understand how newly proposed laws and new workplace norms will affect their business, for better or worse.

    We hope to see you on TUESDAY, June 29, 2021 via Zoom.

    Questions about this workshop contact Karen Fagnilli at Please note, after 24 hours of the RSVP date cancellations/no shows will be invoiced, but you are welcome to send a substitute if you have reserved and are unable to attend.

    $ 1000 - $ 1200