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Management Seminar Web Series (WIAWWA & CSWEA)
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 Export to Your Calendar 8/3/2020 to 8/7/2020
When: Monday, August 3, 2020
10:00 AM
Where: Go To Webinar
United States
Contact: Jill Duchniak
414-423-7000

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WIAWWA/CSWEA Management Seminar Web Series

The WIAWWA/CSWEA Management Seminar is going virtual......plan to attend one session or all three sessions.

Cost to Attend (per session)
$20.00 - Non-Members
$15:00 - Members (Discount Code: CSWEA)
$5.00 - Student (Discount Code: Student)

CECs and PDHs will be available.

 

Session 1 - Monday, August 3 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Labor & Employment Law Update and Stump the Lawyer - Hear legal updates and case studies. You will have an opportunity to stump Kyle with questions about labor and employment law.

Register for Session 1 - Legal Issues

Session 2 - Wednesday, August 5 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Cyber Security: Oshkosh's Experience - In January 2020, a threat actor executed a ransomware attack that affected all of the City of Oshkosh’s servers, workstations, public websites, and email systems. These threats are becoming more common in municipal and utility systems. Tony will talk about the attack and the chain of events to re-establish the City’s IT system.

Utility Panel Discussion: Succession Planning and Utility Leadership - The experienced panel of utility leaders will discuss questions about succession planning and utility leadership. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during the program.

Register for Session 2 - Utility Issues

Session 3 - Friday, August 7 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Assessing Talent: Emerging Practices in Employment Testing & Assessment - Selecting and identifying talent has never been more difficult and challenging than it is today. Hiring entities need to operate within an ever-widening environment of labor law while trying to balance limited resources to make increasingly significant decisions about whom to hire or promote. Explore some of the “brutal realities” associated with today’s hiring context and suggestions for practical employment selection.

Workers Comp Claims and Aging Workforce Issues - Learn about dealing with Workers Comp claims and ways to deal with aging workforce and potential health concerns that may impact work production.

Register for Session 3 - HR Issues

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