The BiS Luncheon on February 3 featured Ross Harding of Verdant Kitchen. Harding discussed how Verdant Kitchen, a fast-growing business, is learning to navigate the global spice trade and deliver the best products to their customers.
Ross Harding, CEO of Verdant Kitchen, will be speaking at the next BiS Luncheon on February 3. Come hear how the Savannah-based business startup is meeting the challenges of a global spice trade.
At this Legal Awareness in the Workplace seminar, Sarah Lamar will review every major HR step to ensure employees are processed legally and treated fairly within a firm. Attendees will learn how to: follow pre-hire procedures, handle discipline issues, properly process discharging employees, and maintain a positive working environment.
Each time your firm seeks a new employee, you must follow federal requirements and determine how much background information is needed. Learn which steps are required and which are optional in the position ad, E-verify, employment history verification, school record review, criminal history check and credit history request.
New interpretations and decisions on the FMLA, ADA & Workers Comp laws require HR to stay constantly updated on employee-leave issues. Attorney Shawn Kachmar will teach participants when and how to apply unpaid leave, accommodate injured workers with re-assignment, approve medical leave requests, implement missed-work policies, and more.
HunterMaclean hosted its Fall Women’s Initiative on November 17 at Smith Brothers Butcher Shop. Attendees explored Smith Brothers’ new location while enjoying an assortment of appetizers and wines.
Nina Tracy Gompels, owner of six McDonald’s stores, spoke about her journey from working the counter as a teenager to being a second generation franchise owner at the BiS Luncheon on October 29, 2015.
The social media craze is here to stay: Facebook, Twitter, email, texting, etc. Privacy laws and federal laws such as the NLRA impact your control over staff’s social media use at work and off duty. This practical review of applicable statutes/regulations will help you choose policies for your firm.
No matter how many employees you have, you have employment issues. Come attend a lunch & learn with Wade Herring, one of Georgia’s foremost attorneys on employment law.
During this seminar, attorney Wade Herring will discuss what the newly strengthened Americans with Disabilities Act means to employers. Armed with this knowledge, seminar attendees will be able to ensure that their firms are compliant with the ADA.