Presents "The Benefits and Cautions of Testing Out"
Are your experienced employees tired of having to complete the same required training every year? This month’s speaker is a Montana attorney who specializes in employment and labor law. Ms. Jeanne Matthews Bender will address the benefits and cautions of allowing employees to “test out” of training.
Please Join us on Friday afternoon, October 28, as we explore whether we can, and more importantly, whether we should let seasoned employees skip the training if they can pass the test. ATD members will be asked to share best practices from their respective industries.
Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
Time: 2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Registration) and 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Event)
In-Person Location: First Interstate Bank Branch (Billings, 401 N. 31st S)
Remote Video Conference Locations: First Interstate Bank Branches - this is an exciting opportunity to participate remotely and network with other training professionals in your area. We will communicate with you further if you chose this option.
Bozeman (202 W. Main Street)
Great Falls (10th Avenue)
Helena (25 East Lyndale Ave)
Remote Audio: Join us remotely by dialing into a conference bridge to listen to the event. We will communicate with you further if you chose this option.
About our Speaker: Jeanne Matthews Bender, Of Counsel helps guide clients through the complex litigation process. She works with businesses of all sizes, and concentrates on labor and employment litigation. Ms. Bender has represented commercial and nonprofit entities in a variety of claims including breach of contract, wrongful discharge, and discrimination. For a number of years, Ms. Bender taught civil litigation at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. She has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© Lawyer of the Year, Employment Law – Management – Billings (2013, 2017) and has been included in Mountain States Super Lawyers®, Employment & Labor (2007-2016).
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