OBL HR Forum
OBL HR Forum
The HR Forum provides an outlet for bankers to discuss important issues, dissect problems and gain insights into best practices with banks from across the state. It's a fact. Employee turnover costs your company plenty, and losing one of your star workers can be staggering. And while it's easy to assume that your most capable workers are satisfied and loyal, these highly talented employees are in big demand … everywhere. That's why they require special attention and a different managerial approach than other employees. But in a cultural and legal environment that emphasizes consistency and fairness in managing employees, finding an effective, sustainable way to lead high performers is a challenge. The HR Forum sessions provide Open Forum Discussions, topical presentations and a quarterly Employment Law Update to help you through.
Benefits of the Forum
- Discuss current industry challenges in a roundtable forum
- Stay on top of the latest Employment Law Updates
- Form relationships with other HR professionals
- Ask and find answers about your most pressing questions
- Take away real-world solutions to use in your own institutions
The OBL HR Forum includes three sessions that run from 10AM to 3PM at OBL Education Center (4215 Worth Ave, Ste 300) on:
- Wednesday, March 15
- Wednesday, May 10 - Click to register for the May session
- Thursday, September 28 - Click to register for the September session
- A learning track for this forum will also be offered at the 2023 OBL Main Event on November 7 & 8 at the Hyatt Regency Columbus. Complete agenda details to be announced.
How the Forum Works
- Participants are contacted in advance of each forum session for input into the next program agenda to ensure the featured topic is relevant and top of bankers' minds
- Participants are also encouraged to suggest their own agenda topics of interest
- Questions are collected in advance for the Employment Law Update and the Open Forum Discussions to ensure pressing concerns and questions are addressed
- Questions and best practices are also shared live during each session
- Electronic materials are available following each session
Who Should Attend?
Forum Discussion Topics
Each session features an Employment Law Update. Armed with the knowledge of employment law updates, banks can take proactive steps to help avoid or minimize employment law risks. Forum members are able to take advantage of timely and accurate information about the latest legal developments impacting employers in the financial services industry.
- Techniques for keeping top talent engaged factors that could drive away high-performers
- Signs of burnout and other key turnover triggers
- Strategies for managing star workers with difficult behavior
- Managing remote workers
- Wage/hour compliance in the financial services industry
- FMLA, ADA and leaves of absences
- Discrimination case law updates
- Insights on workplace investigations
Nelson Cary is a partner in the Vorys Columbus office (52 E. Gay Street) and a member of the labor and employment group. He represents management in a broad range of labor and employment matters, including compliance with, and litigation arising out of, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Fair Labor Standards Act and similar state laws. He also advises employers on union elections and defends unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board. He is a member of the Ohio Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar and is an associate member of the Virginia Bar Association. He is also active in the Columbus Bar Association and has spoken on many topics, including updates on activity at the National Labor Relations Board, complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the employment-at-will doctrine, employment agreements, managing difficult employees and enforcing disciplinary action. He also has conducted training on union avoidance and positive employee relations, avoiding sexual harassment and other unlawful harassment and discrimination, and conducting internal investigations.
Additional OBL Forums
The OBL holds additional forums for targeted peer learning and networking. Click on the 2023 OBL Forums brochure for an overview, or click on the individual forum links below for complete details.
Refunds for the program will be granted for cancellations received in writing to the OBL Professional Development Team seven days prior to each session. Cancellations will be subject to a $75 processing fee. No Refunds will be granted for cancellations received within seven days of the program. Substitutions are always welcome.
Contact Julie Kiplinger at 614-340-7612.