National Seminars Group & Padgett Thompson
a division of Rockhurst University Continuing Education Center
Compliance & the HR Dept
Best HR Practices for Keeping YourOrganization in Full Compliance
With New and Upcoming HIPAA Rules and Regulations
Issues in HR: A Regulatory Update
Get Up-to-the-Minute Information on Hot Legislative
Issues, the Latest Court Rulings and Changes in Federal Regulations:
FLSA, ADA, FMLA and Much More!
Up to Speed FAST on HIPAA Compliance and Key Legislative Issues
That Impact HR
Cutting-Edge Workshops on Essential HR Topics:
Attend One or BOTH for an Incredible Day of Training!
As an HR professional, theres
not a job on the planet harder hit by the impact of legislative
and regulatory changes than yours.
Whether its HIPAA, FMLA,
FLSA, ADA or the rest of the regulatory alphabet soup, the laws
and rules affecting your HR function seem to change almost daily.
Its your job to know the ins and outs of these laws to
keep your company out of legal hot water a huge responsibility,
to say the least.
But the daunting task of staying up to the minute on dozens
of ever-changing compliance issues is about to get a whole lot
easier, thanks to two brand new, cutting-edge workshops. HIPAA
Compliance & the HR Department and Emerging Issues in HR:
A Regulatory Update are information-packed half-day workshops
designed to deliver in plain English the most
important of the most important on these two essential
HIPAA Compliance & the HR Department
spells out key requirements of HIPAA compliance, including best
practices for handling the new privacy rule and upcoming
security requirements. Youll also find out how to avoid
HIPAAs trouble spots that often trip up HR pros, as well
as what to do when HIPAA overlaps with other governmental regulations
like COBRA. Most important, youll get all your questions
expertly answered by your trainer an authority on HIPAA
Emerging Issues in HR: A Regulatory
Update will get you up to speed fast on crucial legal issues
that impact HR, including FMLA, ADA, FLSA, Workers Compensation
and more. This workshop is so current, in fact, that we cant
fully describe the agenda in this brochure; it will be revised
between now and the date you attend so we can fill you in on
the status of the very latest legislation pending before Congress
and regulatory agencies.
Our workshops have been set up
in concise half-day sessions, with HIPAA in the morning and
the regulatory update in the afternoon. While you have the option
to attend just one session, we firmly believe youll want
to stay for both fact-filled programs. Just getting your questions
on these complex HR topics answered by an expert is alone worth
the price of the enrollment fees!
Theres no faster or better way to get the must-know
information you need than to attend these cutting-edge workshops
designed for busy HR professionals like you!
Bottom-line: Make even one mistake
concerning compliance with HIPAA, FLSA, FMLA, ADA and all the
rest, and you can get your company fined, sued or both. Isnt
it worth spending one energizing day away from the office to
upgrade your knowledge on these crucial issues? Youll
leave with a ton of new information and the confidence
that comes with knowing youve got your organizations
HIPAA Compliance & the HR Department for these major benefits
Know how HIPAA impacts your
day-to-day HR functions.
Get all your questions answered
by an expert in HIPAA compliance, including exactly what
Identify gaps in your HIPAA
compliance plan and know how to fill them.
End confusion about what
is a covered entity, a hybrid entity and a business associate.
Understand key requirements
and mandated policies for HIPAA compliance.
Recognize which employees
need to receive HIPAA-related training and how often.
Gain a greater understanding
of the purpose of the new Privacy Rule and what it
means to your organization.
Know what rights your employees
now have concerning access to their health information.
Get how tos
for meeting HIPAAs upcoming security requirements.
Better understand the roles
of the privacy officer and information security officer.
Be in the know on additional
HIPAA changes headed your way so you can prepare your organization
Never again lose sleep worrying
that youve overlooked an aspect of HIPAA compliance!
how youll benefit from Emerging Issues in HR: A Regulatory
Gain an expert interpretation
on the latest FMLA rulings, including intermittent
Learn best practices for
avoiding the rising number of age discrimination suits.
Clarify meanings for impairment,
disability and illness under ADA.
Understand how FLSA changes
may alter the way you classify employees.
Know how to deal legally
with terminations of employees in protected
Recognize the risks posed
by accessing FCRA records during pre-employment screening.
Get a heads-up on OSHA changes
looming on the horizon.
Find out the most recent
court rulings concerning sexual harassment cases.
Discover which practices
will help you avoid organizational and personal liability.
Be in the know on what lies
ahead for key regulatory issues that impact HR.
Get your questions answered
on the tricky ins and outs of FMLA, ADA and more.
Have the most recent legislative
developments that affect your job deciphered for you
into plain English.
HIPAA Compliance & the
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996: HIPAA
An overview of HIPAAs
specific protections and guarantees
Clarifying Title II (Administrative
Simplification section) and HIPAA amendments
HIPAA terminology explained:
Covered entity, PHI and more
Myths about HIPAA that cause
How HIPAAs rocky legislative
history has dragged out implementation
Understanding how enforcement
works, and penalties for HIPAA violations
Issues for HIPAA Compliance
Identifying how and where
HIPAA impacts your organization
Recognizing exactly how the
HIPAA rule applies to your HR functions
Key requirements and mandated
policies for HIPAA compliance
A look at best practices
for meeting HIPAA standards
Does your organizations
HIPAA compliance plan pass muster? Find out!
Helpful resources for sorting
out HIPAA compliance issues
HIPAA Rules Impact/Interact With Other Rules and Regulations
HIPAA, ADA, FMLA and Workers
Compensation: Recognizing how these acts interrelate and overlap
Recognizing common trouble
spots when HIPAA collides with other rules
Recent and Upcoming Changes in HIPAA
The new HIPAA Privacy Rule:
What does it require the average
business to do?
How tos for
meeting employee training requirements for the Privacy Rule
Examining sample forms for notice
of privacy practices, business associate agreements and more
Does your complaint procedure
for alleged Privacy Rule violations meet requirements?
Upcoming compliance dates every
HR professional must know
HIPAAs future and yours:
Whats on the horizon and what you can do now to prepare
Issues in HR: A Regulatory Update
Laws That Impact HR An Overview of Existing and Proposed
- Family and Medical Leave Act legislation, including
intermittent leave provisions
- Proposed changes for the Fair Labor Standards
Act, including white-collar exemptions
- Americans with Disabilities Act: The difference
between impairment and disability and much more
- Workers Compensation issues that commonly
trip up HR pros
- Up-to-the minute information on changes looming
in the Occupational Safety and Health Act, including OSHA Standards
Improvement Project Phase II
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act: More complaints
are being filed
Court Rulings: Deciphering Late-Breaking Legal Developments
- FMLA case rulings involving attendance issues
- Latest court rulings on sexual harassment cases,
including hostile work environment, tangible
employment action and sexual orientation
- Recent rulings on FLSA: When must you pay overtime?
Travel time? Training time?
- Various recent ADA rulings, including reasonable
accommodation and adverse action
- Court interpretations on age discrimination
cases that may surprise you
- Developments concerning the Fair Credit Reporting
Act and pre-employment screening
HR-Related Questions Answered!
- Top 10 HR-related mistakes that can land you
and your company in court
- Discrimination suits are most often filed in
which two areas and what can you do to prevent it?
- Best practices for avoiding organizational
and personal liability in your HR duties
- Dealing legally with terminations when an employee
is in a protected class
- Understanding how you MUST respond to a complaint
of sexual harassment, according to federal law
- Are you guilty of negligent hiring? Avoiding
problems when giving references, checking police records and other
Guarantee of Complete Satisfaction
We stand behind our seminars
with a 100 percent , iron-clad, money-back guarantee
of satisfaction. If for any reason youre not completely satisfied
with the solid skills, the tips, tools and shortcuts, and the crucial
information you receive during this workshop, well refund your money
in full. Every penny. Guaranteed!
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