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Human Resource Essentials for the Municipal Clerks Office - Jane Long
This course will provide Municipal Clerks with a foundation in human resource practices and processes. We will begin with recruitment, interviewing, and making the final candidate selection. This process has become much more involved given our current talent climate. We will also touch on what’s involved with compliance in HR, including EEOC, OSHA, FMLA, ADA, and others. Compensation and benefits will be briefly discussed along with the many impacts of issues such as remote and hybrid workplaces and the current talent shortage. Employee learning and development have become important factors for prospective employees as they place greater emphasis on their career development. We will discuss the many modalities and learning opportunities that have gained popularity in recent months. This course will conclude with a discussion about the importance of creating a talent strategy that encompasses all aspects of HR.

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Feb 17, 2023 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Jane Long
Sr. Manager of Learning, Talent and Development @ADA
Dr. Jane Long currently serves as the Senior Manager of Learning, Talent, and Development at the ADA, providing professional development opportunities to more than 400 staff members. She also does consult work with other non-profit organizations, some of which have included the International Institute of Municipal Clerks and Make-A-Wish Foundation. She has presented over 100 interactive education sessions at national, state, and local conferences, ranging from leadership to strategic planning. Before working with non-profit organizations, Dr. Long spent 18 years in higher education as a faculty member and high-level administrator. She has taught online and on-campus for several colleges and universities across the country and online learning remains a focus of her continued research. Dr. Long completed her Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership at the University of La Verne in Southern California.