Have all of your supervisors been trained how to motivate, direct and lead their staff?

Effective training helps you develop and implement best practices

Fall Learning

In a world of social distancing and virtual learning, HR One is offering a Fall Learning Series on critical human resources topics that will challenge employers as they prepare for the end of the year, new regulations that are coming in 2021, and how to implement human resources best practices in new normal of COVID-19.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Business owners, operations managers, HR directors, HR managers, anyone with responsibility for human resources.

November 5th
10:00 AM
Managing a Remote Workforce

With COVID-19 forcing many employees to work from home many employers found themselves with questions they hadn't considered before, like: How do employees track their time remotely? Who is liable for their computer? Their internet?

This presentation will review the best practices for remote work and policy challenges.

November 19th
10:00 AM
New York State Paid Sick Leave

On January 1, 2021 New Yorkers can start accessing Paid Sick Leave. New regulations require most employers in the state to provide 40 or 56 hours of paid sick leave. Along with specific accrual requirements, this is the hottest HR topic of the fall. Don't miss our experts break it down for you!

December 3rd
10:00 AM
Recruiting Strategies

Finding the right people for your organization is an ongoing challenge. In this session, we'll dive into the strategies that can help you identify the top talent in your industry.

December 17th
10:00 AM
Investigations & Corrective Discipline

When an employee violates a policy or treats a coworker unfairly, what do you do? Conducting a fair, timely, and thorough investigation will help you arrive at an appropriate decision. If you need to take action, corrective discipline is an approach to managing these difficult situations with the goal of preserving the employment relationship, identifying problematic behavior, and changing it for the better.



One of the most common practices in any business is promoting someone to a management position because of success they’ve had in another role. While the instinct to reward and nurture talent with an upward career trajectory is often correct, it can ultimately end up hurting all parties if that person is not properly prepared to supervise people.

Training Training Two

HR One has been working with and training first time managers for over two decades. We’ve helped hundreds of organizations to help their managers make a successful transition from employee to supervisor. 

Our supervisor training covers:

◊ How to oversee former peers

◊ Providing constructive criticism

◊ Complying with EEOC regulations

◊ Balancing differing personalities

◊ How to handle corrective discipline

◊ How to investigate employee complaints

◊ Fostering a productive team

◊ HR concepts







HR One also offers a wide array of training on specific human resources subjects, all of which can be customized,including:

◊ Americans with Disabilities Act ◊ Affirmative Action Anti-harassment
◊ Business Etiquette ◊ Conflict Resolution ◊ Creating a Positive Work Environment
◊ Diversity ◊ Emotional Intelligence ◊ Employee Motivation
◊ Fair Labor Standards Act ◊ Family Medical Leave Act ◊ Goal Setting
◊ Health Care Reform ◊ Leadership Skills ◊ Millennials in the Workforce
◊ Paid Family Leave ◊ Reasonable Suspicion/Substance Abuse  ◊ Team Building
◊ Terminations ◊ Unemployment Insurance