Wendy Sellers is a consultant, advisor, educator, and author with over 25 years’ experience in HR operations, downsizing, change management, strategy, corporate culture, coaching, supervisor & manager training, and leadership development in all size businesses in a wide variety of industries. In addition to her formal education (Master's in Human Resources, and Master's in Health Care Administration), Wendy is certified as an SPHR and SHRM-SCP as well as a Certified Internal Investigation Administrator, a DiSC certified personality style trainer, health/life insurance licensed, a Dale Carnegie course graduate, and is an active and past board member and volunteer for multiple non-profits.
Known as The HR Lady®
25 years of experience in human resources and leadership development
Data-driven recruiting expert Wendy Sellers will provide detailed technical guidance for applying metrics to your hiring process. You will learn straightforward techniques to gather and use data to help you bring top talent to your organization.
Human resources expert Wendy Sellers will walk through COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation cases, answer your specific questions about your situation, and provide resources to help you manage your liability. Wendy will share examples to help you understand how to determine Worker’s Compensation eligibility in each instance.
What You'll Learn
When does Workers’ Compensation cover COVID-19 infections?
How does an employee prove they caught COVID-19 at your workplace?
Do vaccination policies change workers’ compensation eligibility?
Should you encourage employees to submit workers’ compensation claims?
How can you reduce workers’ compensation claims for COVID-19?
Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.Thursday, October 27, 2022; 3:00 PM Eastern or Tuesday, December 13, 2022; 1:30 PM Eastern
Human resources expert Wendy Sellers will detail the entire list of action items you should follow before the end of 2021. You will learn timely new deadlines relating to COVID-19, updated tax rules, and other areas you have not needed to consider in previous years.
What You'll Learn
What 15 items must you do now before it is too late?
What are the consequences for not completing everything?
Which activities are particularly critical for your type of organization?
Who can help you get these items checked off your list?