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Friday, May 5th, 9:30 - 4:00
The cost to attend is $295. Please register here.
This workshop takes place at the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce located at 904 E Shore Drive Ithaca, NY.
About the class
The class covers the basic areas of Human Resources and HR Law and is intended for small business employers. Two local HR professionals will lead you through topics that are important to every employer including: Employee handbooks, personnel files, hiring & firing practices, benefits, employment terms and conditions, unpaid interns, employee vs. independent contractor status, overtime regulations, and more!
Each participant will receive an HR Toolkit filled with resources, information, and templates to customize for personal use.
Registration fee ($295) includes
A full day of classroom instruction: Friday, May 5th, 9:30am-4:00 pm
(Lunch provided, vegetarian option available)
Course completion certificate
About the presenters
Henry Kramer, Owner/Attorney Consult Kramer
Provides consulting and training service exclusively to management on human resources and labor relations; negotiator; arbitration advocate; on all aspects of human resources and labor relations. Henry Kramer has advised a wide range of private sector clients ranging from small companies to not for profits to Fortune 500 companies. Clients include service businesses, juvenile justice, health care, and manufacturing organizations.
Susan Mittler, Mittler Advises
Susan Mittler has a BS degree from Cornell University and a Masters degree from SUNY Cortland. She has been an educator for more than 35 years. Her experience includes classroom instruction; eighteen years as President of the Ithaca Teachers Association; 27 years in leadership in the New York PTA (including Vice President of the State Organization; chair of legislation; leadership development etc.) and currently as a consultant in the private sector in matters of HR and arbitration. She has lived in Ithaca for more than 49 years.