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Best Practices For Compliant Job Descriptions
Keeping up with (and adhering to) ADA & FLSA provisions can be stressful; especially with the constant threat of costly sanctions.
The Job Description is a high-visibility target. Most of us are probably more vulnerable than we realize. Join us as Jennifer Peacock, President of Innovative Consulting Services, highlights best practices to consider when writing and maintaining accurate and detailed job descriptions that support your compliance efforts.
What you'll learn
Physical/Mental Demands, Essential Functions, Qualifications/Certifications – how up-to-date and well-written are yours?
Do you have Employee-Signed Acknowledgments of Job Descriptions?
How current are your Exemption Status Determinations?
Jennifer Peacock has more than 25 years of diverse experience in human resources ranging from consulting to corporate HR leadership. Specific fields of expertise include compensation, benefits, recruitment, compliance, HRIS, performance management, data analytics, reporting, and employee relations. Jennifer has implemented both small- and large-scale HR projects and has established HR functions. Jennifer has held positions of chief human capital officer, corporate director of compensation, vice president-compensation, benefits and HRIS and assistant vice president-HR. During her career, she has been involved with the Chesapeake Human Resources Association and the Society for Human Resources Management. She has also hosted webinars on relevant HR related topics. Jennifer earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Towson University, MD, and a master’s degree in business administration from The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
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