2023 UNA Credential in Human Resources on Demand

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Get access to UNA's 2023 Credential in Human Resources online training! This training is an on demand experience where you will be able to learn at your own pace. Are you confident that your Human Resources policies and practices are legal, equitable, and fully able to protect your mission? While mission and community are the primary focus at nonprofits, people management and legal compliance with federal and state law are critical and no less demanding for today's successful nonprofit.

Get access to UNA's 2023 Credential in Human Resources training on demand!  Please note, this experience is the recorded lecture series only. If you choose to pursue the Badge for this course which includes a consultation with Subject Matter Expert, Kathleen Weron (which we recommend), please feel free to email Julie Chang at jchang@utahnonprofits.org for more information.

UNA’s Credential in Human Resources (HR) gives you the tools—and expert advice in how to use them—to implement best practices in HR at your nonprofit. The course demonstrates how your HR policies should adapt to new laws in response to COVID-19 as well as a framework for staying current as everything in the evolving HR landscape. 

Course Description and Learning Objectives

People are your most important asset. To attract and retain quality employees and volunteers, your nonprofit must follow effective and fair leadership practices. Human Resources is one of nine courses in the UNA Credential Program designed to provide you with the resources you need to make an even greater impact.

This course provides nonprofit leaders with practical and actionable skills for developing high-performing agencies. Successful completion of the course will help you:

  • Become current on the impact of COVID-19 on employment practices, legal issues, and moving forward with the next normal.
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of key employment and discrimination laws relevant to an organization’s size, and how to implement practices to follow those laws.
  • Learn how to create, review, and revise an organization’s personnel handbooks, policies, and practices to ensure compliance with applicable laws.
  • Gain critical insight into employee recruitment best practices, learn new methods to retain and motivate employees, and leave with a toolkit for performance appraisals that drive performance.

Learn more about Badge Requirements for the UNA Credential in Human Resources.

UNA Members: $150 
Not-Yet Members: $300 

Course Dates
Online Training Sessions on Demand until December 1.

Online via Zoom

About the Instructor: Kathleen D. Weron

Kathleen D. Weron is a shareholder in the Salt Lake office of Ogletree Deakins. She has an extensive employment law practice and collaborates with her clients through proactive advice and counseling. She regularly advises employers on Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") classification issues, leaves of absence and reasonable accommodation, FMLA leave and restrictive covenants. Kathleen has represented employers before the EEOC, OSHA, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Utah Labor Commission.  Kathleen has successfully litigated issues involving sexual harassment, all Title VII protected classes, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave, and state law claims, such as defamation and employee privacy issues. Kathleen has chaired nonprofit boards and has served as interim Executive Director for a Park City nonprofit. She understands the challenges nonprofits face in mitigating risk and legal liability. 

October 2nd, 2023 9:30 AM to December 1st, 2023 3:30 PM
Event Fee(s) - UNA Members: Please log in above to see member discount
Registration Fee $300.00