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Presenter: ChrysMarie Suby RN, MS, CSSC(TM), CCRL(TM)

November 30, 2020 at 1 – 2:15 pm ET/12 – 1:15 pm CST

Credits: HRCI, SHRM

Upon course completion, you will be able to identify:

  • Anticipate possible adverse results from employees working multiple jobs.
  • Implement strategies to avoid the dangers of multiple jobs and reduce adverse results.
  • Identify and address conflicts concerning employee attendance, LOA and FMLA policies, and best scheduling practices.
  • Evaluate the best strategies to resolve employee attendance practice vs. policy conflicts.
  • Implement the Labor Management Institute’s best practices for employee attendance.

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Headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Labor Management Institute, Inc. (LMI) offers workforce management education, research and consulting services specializing in operations, budgeting, financial management, employee scheduling and staffing to budget, productivity management and report automation for healthcare and other industries nationally and internationally. LMI is a recognized leader in workforce management and publishes the Labor Management Institute's Perspectives On Staffing & Scheduling (PSS™) Newsletter© and the PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report©, now in its 29th year.