Culture Meets Compliance



This program is presented with generous support from TIAA.

What are your school’s highest priorities regarding human resources compliance? What are your greatest risks? How do you know what you don’t know? NBOA’s all-new three-week online Culture Meets Compliance course is designed to help you assess current practices, identify risks, and prioritize your strategies for improvement in human resources administration and compliance. Designed for both business officers who have oversight and responsibility for human resources as well as human resources professionals, this course will help you develop an understanding in key areas of federal human resources compliance and be empowered with the knowledge and tools to conduct a self-assessment of your school’s human resources practices and policies.

Using the NBOA publication Culture Meets Compliance in addition to a variety of resources including videos, articles, recorded webinars, case studies and discussion boards, you will discover tools for ongoing operational support. In addition, you will establish a national learning community of peers with whom you can continue to explore the concepts discussed in the course. Topics include: hiring and recruitment; OSHA safety and security; I-9 compliance; document retention and destruction; wage payment practices and policies; exempt/non-exempt classifications; disabilities and reasonable accommodation; family and medical leave; and employee handbooks.

Class size is limited to 35 participants.

This course is being offered in partnership between NBOA and One Schoolhouse.

Questions? Please email or call 202-407-7140.


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