Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM CDT
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Fort Worth SCORE Conference Room 
1150 South Freeway, Suite 108
Fort Worth, TX 76104

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Joni Garza, SCORE Administrator 
Fort Worth - Chapter 120 
 HR 101:  Key Issues and How to Solve Them

Managing employees is a multi-faceted and important part of running a business.   Hiring and retaining the right employees is critical to meeting your organization’s objectives and navigating the numerous HR requirements isn’t easy.  HR 101:  Key Issues and How to Solve Them has been designed to simplify HR and give you the tools to effectively manage many of the employee-related tasks in your business.


In this workshop, you will learn to identify small business HR needs and to proactively manage them, including the following important topics:

         Tips for Recruiting and Hiring the Best Employees

         Job Classifications

         Pay Issues

         Policies and Handbooks

         Family and Medical Leave Act

         Health Care Reform

         Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination

         Employment at Will

Presented by

Suzan Dick 


Your Workshop Leader

Suzan Dick is the founder of Level 10 Strategies, an HR consulting and executive coaching firm.  She previously held executive-level positions in the financial services and public sectors, playing a leading role in fostering a positive culture and garnering organizational recognition.  Suzan holds a BS in Business Psychology from Texas Wesleyan University, and a Juris Doctorate from the Texas A&M School of Law.  In addition to serving as a SCORE mentor, she is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, the International Coach Federation, and the State Bar of Texas.


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Note: No refunds will be processed as they can be applied to future workshops.
SCORE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. We have been doing this for over fifty years.

Because our work is supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and thanks to our network of 10,000 volunteers, we are able to deliver our services at no charge or at very low cost.