Michele has over 20 years of progressive human resources management, safety program development, and workforce risk mitigation experience spanning construction, education, government, healthcare, manufacturing, non-profit, and senior living industries. She started Mathews’ HR & Safety Consulting Services after having an increase of business owners reaching out for guidance and assistance due to the recognition she was receiving regionally for her procedures and training. Michele is an OSHA Authorized Trainer and has both the Professional Human Resources (PHR) and Society for Human Resources Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) designations.
Founder of Mathews’ HR & Safety Consulting
Previously Director of Corporate Human Resources and Corporate Risk Mitigation and Safety Compliance Officer for a mid-sized senior living organization
Worked as a Safety and HR Manager for twelve years in the General Industry and Commercial Construction Industry
OSHA Authorized Trainer
Authorized BLS, CPR, AED, and FA Trainer for the American Red Cross
ALF Core Certified
Professional Human Resources (PHR) certification
Society for Human Resources Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP)
AA in Psychology
BA in Human Resources Management
Enrolled in an MBA program with a concentration in Human Resources Management
Tellers (22 min) and Senior Branch Employees (27 min)
Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer Michele Mathews will show your branch employees how to stay safe and reduce risk in your banking institution. By registering all your branch employees, you can create a foundation of common practices, terminology, and documentation. And employees will feel more comfortable knowing their colleagues have received comprehensive training in safety protocols.
Human resources and safety expert Michele A. Mathews will help ensure your organization complies with the evolving Form I-9 requirements. You will learn what to do now and what changes to expect in 2023.
What You'll Learn
Should you continue to use the expired form?
How will employment verification likely work in 2023?
How should you adapt based on the procedural extension?
What documents are necessary to verify identity and employment authorization?
Are expired identity documents acceptable?
When is in-person document verification required?
What are the employee and employer responsibilities for Section 2?