SOUTH HOLLAND, IL–The South Suburban College Business & Career Institute (BCI) presents a Breakfast with BCI Workshop titled Understanding Workers’ Compensation: What You Need to Know to Minimize Risk on Thursday, October 4, 2018, from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., with check-in and continental breakfast to begin at 8:15 a.m. This workshop will be held in the South Suburban College Main Campus in the MB Financial Suite on the 1st floor, and will be facilitated by Attorney Sonia D. Coleman and Alexandra Glumac, SSC Client Solutions Specialist.
With job-related injuries and illnesses on the rise, the onus is on managers, supervisors and the HR team to make certain protocols are followed and documentation is timely and accurate. In order to minimize the possibility of lawsuits and other legal actions, those in leadership positions must be knowledgeable about best practices. In this workshop, employment law attorney Sonia D. Coleman, PC and HR specialist Alexandra Glumac, SHRM-CP will review the “whats”, “wheres”, “hows”, and “whys” to successfully managing a workers’ compensation claim from injury to resolution.
Join BCI for this informative discussion on a crucial workplace topic. Business owners, C-Suite executives, HR managers, supervisors and employees are encouraged to attend.
The cost of the workshop with continental breakfast is $15 per person or $10 per person if three or more from the same company attend. Reservations are required by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Monday, October 1st. To register, please call (708) 596-2000, ext. 3254 or email email@example.com. South Suburban College is located at 15800 South State Street, South Holland, IL.
The Business & Career Institute is a regional headquarters for workforce preparation, employee training and business development. BCI provides assessment and training, consulting, and economic and business development resources for the Chicago Southland. BCI works with a number of industries including agriculture, business and information, construction, education, health services, hospitality, manufacturing and transportation.