Our On-site Training Solutions

Save on your team’s professional development costs by avoiding lodging and transportation expenses. Let our consultants come to your on-site location and provide competency-based training.  From legal compliance, to employee relations, to leave administration, to disability accommodations, MSB HR provides expert instructors and tailored training programs unique to your organization’s needs.  Our interactive and engaging courses go beyond compliance to enhance your company culture.

Your business leaders and HR professionals must have the competencies and knowledge to interpret, address, and meet organizational priorities.  Our trainings are specially designed to address the unique human resources needs of small to mid-size businesses.  We train those new to the field but can also help your more experienced practitioners enhance their skills.

Benefits of on-site training:

•    You schedule the dates and times most convenient for your employees.
•    Customized training materials are developed as appropriate.
•    All employees receive the same training.
•    Employees are familiar with the environment so they can focus on learning.
•    Customized learning eliminates skill-gaps.
•    Just-in-time training inspires immediate behavior change.
•    Private and confidential training boosts unity and morale.

If you have a group of people who need training, MSB HR instructors are available to deliver existing or customized courses to your employees. Choose a class from our catalog, customize an existing course, or let us create a course for you.

Leave laws govern whether an employer must allow employees to take time off, either paid or unpaid, under a number of different circumstances.  Federal law and the laws of several states require an employer to provide employees leave due to family and/or medical needs.  The most notable of these laws is the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).  Many states also have medical and/or family leave laws similar to those of the federal government.  Even when employees do not request FMLA leave specifically by name, it is up to managers and HR professionals to determine which requests for leave qualify under this law and to take appropriate action.  Understanding when FMLA rules apply and being able to stay fully compliant with regulations can help your company avoid serious fines and penalties. Learn what your requirements are.

The ADA prohibits discrimination in recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, pay, social activities, and other privileges of employment. The ADA also restricts questions that can be asked about an individual’s disability and requires employers to make certain reasonable accommodations. These trainings are designed to provide you with the basic principles and core concepts of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA).  It covers compliance with ADA requirements and provides suggestions for avoiding ADA violations.  It also reviews how to integrate ADA compliance with other applicable laws.  Whether you are new to HR or a seasoned professional, the ADA has lots of rules and requirements with which you must comply.

Good employee relations is a way to create balance between employers and employees by creating an environment conducive to each’s needs and by forming the foundation of trust. Employee relations training empowers businesses to proactively identify potential conflicts and resolve them before they become complex problems and provide guidance and navigation through laws and regulations governing the handling of disciplinary, diversity, labor, performance and conduct issues. Let us help you before you are faced with major issues.

Employment laws exist to regulate the relationship between businesses and their employees. By complying with relevant legislation, both employers and their managers can ensure that hiring processes, dismissal processes, and their workplace as a whole, are fair for every individual.  In order for an organization to avoid costly legal fines and other penalties, compliance with employment laws is essential.  Learn what it takes to protect your interests.

Questions? Reach out to us. We would love to help.