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Spring Cleaning Your Employee Handbook

March 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn why handbooks are important and what the most important sections are, including new requirements for 2024.

Discover the crucial importance of employee handbooks in fostering a positive and compliant work environment. We’ll delve into the most critical sections that should not be overlooked, ensuring your handbook is a comprehensive guide that aligns with best practices and legal requirements. From updated labor laws to evolving workplace norms, our presentation will equip you with the knowledge to adapt your handbook to the changing professional landscape.

Don’t miss this opportunity to refresh and refine your employee handbook, empowering your organization with a document that informs and safeguards both employees and employers alike. Spring forward with confidence and clarity as we guide you through the essential elements that make your handbook an invaluable asset in your business.

Speakers:

Niki Lomibao: Niki serves the small business and nonprofit communities in several capacities, all with the goal of putting employee strategies and projects into action to reduce turnover and burnout. She is the Founder/CEO of Desert Blue Consulting and Coaching and has 8+ years as an HR and Organizational Development professional. Most recently, Niki was the Vice President, Human Resources and Organizational Development at Valley of the Sun United Way (VSUW), one of Phoenix’s largest and most innovative nonprofits. There, she efficiently managed recruiting, benefits, learning and development, performance management, payroll, employee relations and engagement, culture, and compensation.

Niki holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from Fielding Graduate University, a graduate certificate in Evidence-Based Coaching, and is a Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

She works to build meaningful community partnerships with organizations that serve underrepresented and underserved communities. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Girl Scouts Arizona-Cactus Pine Council and is an Adjunct Professor with University of Dubuque LIFE Tempe campus, which aims to help working adults return to college. Community is one of her personal core values and where she feels she can make the most impact.

All virtual events are presented by HUUB, a one-stop online resource and support platform for entrepreneurs.

This event is going to be held virtually. Attendees will receive a link to the live stream and worksheets once they have signed up.

Ticket donations go to support businesses through ongoing programs like this one.

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March 5
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