The Top Ten Employee Management Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

  • 08 Mar 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Dutch's Daughter, 581 Himes Avenue, Frederick, MD 21703


  • (after midnight Tuesday 03/06/2018)

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The Top Ten Employee Management Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

Employees are a company’s greatest expense and their greatest resource. As a small business owner or supervisor, you know that managing employees can be a complicated and time consuming process. However, many small businesses don’t have the luxury of an in-house HR department, so these tasks fall to the organization’s leadership team. Some studies show that small business owners spend at least 30% of their time on people management issues.

In this fast-paced presentation, you will learn how to easily avoid the top ten employee management mistakes. We will discuss proactive steps you can take to avoid unnecessary liability. You’ll also learn best practices to implement in your own organizations, including proven and effective HR strategies.

Facilitator: Amanda Haddaway is the managing director and lead consultant and trainer for HR Answerbox, a boutique consultancy focused on solving the people problems that business owners, executives, and managers face on a daily basis. Amanda has more 35,000 hours of experience in corporate HR services, which allows her to effectively partner with organizations to help them solve their human resources and employee challenges.

She holds the two highest professional certifications in human resources, SPHR and SHRM-SCP, as well as a Master’s degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. She is currently pursuing a Master of Jurisprudence degree in Labor and Employment Law at Tulane University Law School.

Amanda is a national speaker and a published author of two books and numerous articles. She serves as the deputy director for the Maryland SHRM State Council and the chairperson for the Frederick County Workforce Development Board. She is an adjunct instructor at Montgomery College and a trainer for the Society for Human Resource Management.

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