Human Resources Hot Spots and the Labyrinth
Many years ago, in ancient Crete, lived a monster called the Minotaur who was half man and half beast. Because of the danger, King Minos built a prison for him from which he could not escape. The name of the prison was the Labyrinth and, once inside, it is impossible to find your way out, except for the Greek hero Theseus, who figured out how to dispose of the Minotaur and escape from the Labyrinth.
The employment arena today sometimes seems like the Labyrinth of ancient Crete and the employment regulations seem, well, labyrinthine. Sandy will talk about some of the Human Resources Hot Spots that surround us today, but he’ll also talk about how to avoid the potential exposure issues that arise. Examples come from smart phones, social networking sites, employees working time you don’t know about, independent contractors and deductions from salaries.
Dr. Raleigh F. (Sandy) Seay, Jr., is President of Seay Management Consultants, Inc., a full service Human Resources Management firm, located in Orlando, Florida. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from Virginia Tech, a Master's Degree from Rollins College and a Ph.D. in the Humanities from Warnborough College. He has held Human Resources Management positions with Burlington Industries, American Hospital Supply Corporation, Roanoke Memorial Hospitals and SESCO Management Consultants and acquired Seay Management Consultants, Inc., in 1981. Sandy served as an armor officer with the 3rd Infantry Division, U.S. Army in Europe, from 1968-1970. He is a frequent speaker at management conferences and seminars and has conducted management development workshops throughout the United States and in three foreign countries. He is the author of a host of articles and management guides in the field of Human Resources Management and Labor Relations, including How to Write an Employee Handbook and How to Hire and Retain Good Employees and Motivate Them to Superior Performance.
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