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NYIT Center for Human Resource Studies offers programs in workforce management that prepare you to meet the challenges of managing and retaining the employees you need to achieve key goals. All programs are based on up-to-date and action-oriented techniques and information.
Each program we offer has been pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute for recertification credit. If you are an HR Professional with PHR, SPHR, or GPHR certification, you must earn 60 credits every three years (by the end of your recertification cycle) in order to recertify and maintain your certification. Each hour of an approved seminar or workshop counts as one credit, and the HR Certification Institute sets no limit on the number of classroom education credits you can earn towards recertification.
What makes us different? Our recertification programs add value in these ways:
Make a smart investment in your own professional development—learn about the latest developments in HR while earning credits towards your recertification.
Building and Coaching Teams for High Performance (XHRC 300-M01) - One of the most fequently requested topics by our attendees! How HR professionals and managers can build teams and coach them for greater performance at each stage of team development. Topics include:
Fee $50. Pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute for 2 HR recertification credits.
Date/time: Tuesday, February 25, 5:45 - 8:15 PM
Presenter: William Ninehan, Ed.S., SPHR-CA, GPHR. Bill is the Director of HR Program Development at NYIT. He teaches HR courses to grad and undergrad students, and worked in numerous HR roles in private companies.
Workplace Dispute Resolution Workshop (XHRC 500-M01) How well do you handle disputes at work? Are unresolved conflicts affecting employee morale and productivity, or poisoning employment relationships? Do disputes over minor issues spiral out of control?
This workshop covers the basic skills need to successfully resolve employee-related disputes that occur in the workplace. Workshop skill-building exercises and mock negotiations enable you to practice your new skills. You’ll gain a better understanding of the dynamics of conflict and improve your ability to settle disputes. You will learn how to shift the focus from conflict to finding a solution that works for all parties, and reduces unproductive behaviors, employee terminations, and lawsuits. The program covers:
This program is designed for individuals with responsibilities for employee/labor relations, human resource management, and managers.
Fee: $249, which covers instruction, all materials and a light lunch. Pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute for 5.5 HR recertification credits.
Date/time: Friday, April 4, 9:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Presenter: Joshua Bienstock, J.D., Resolve It, Inc.
Finance Essentials for HR Professionals (XHRC 103-M01) This workshop focuses on key financial terms and concepts that HR professionals should know as they formulate, implement, and measure the impact of HR strategies in the areas of compensation, incentives, and benefits. This two-evening program will cover:
This program is designed for individuals with responsibilities for human resource management and general management.
Fee: $199. Pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute for 5 Business (Strategic) recertification credits.
Dates/time: Tuesday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 22, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Presenter: Steven Shapiro, PhD., Professor of Finance, NYIT
My Company Has Gone Global, Now What Do I Do? (XHRC 700-M01) Are you and your organization aware of the challenges associated with going global? Learn from an experienced HR professional on the challenges he faced and what you can do to prepare your company to expand globally.
Many small and mid-sized U.S. based companies are entering the global business arena, but lack a road map of what to do along the way to assimilate new cultures and ways of doing business. Hear a firsthand account of how Fogel and his HR teams made the journey from domestic to international and integrated award-winning programs in Asia, Africa, and North America. This program will include an application exercise.
Fee: $50. Pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute for 2 Global recertification credits
Date/time: Wednesday, May 21, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Presenter: Mark Fogel, SPHR, GPHR. Mark is the Co-founder of Human Capital 3.0, a Human Capital and Organizational Leadership advisory firm servicing a broad range of industries with a focus on assisting businesses identify and grow its talent strategically. Mark's background includes over a decade as Chief Human Resource Officer at Leviton and the Marcum Group.
SHRM Essentials® of Human Resource Management (XHRC 801-M01) – focuses on six critical workforce management areas: human resources management, employment law, recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, employee development, and performance management.
Fee: $595; all materials included. Pre-approved by the HR Certification Institute for 15 HR recertification credits.
Dates/times: 3 Fridays, June 6, 13, and 20, 9:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Presenter: RoseMarie LaMar, MS, SPHR. RoseMarie has 20 years of HR experience and leads a HR consulting company that provides solutions to small and mid-sized companies.
Creating and Maintaining an Ethical Culture at Work (XHRC 101-W01) What is the role of Human Resources in creating an ethical organizational culture? How can HR maintain an ethical environment? Organizations are increasingly focused on ensuring that their culture fosters certain ethical values. An ethical culture supports organizational strategy, enables better working relationships, and is part of the organization’s employment brand. Human Resources has key responsibilities for developing and maintaining an ethical culture. Topics include:
Fee $50. Pre-approved by HRCI for 2 business recertification credits
Date/time: Thursday, March 6, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Presenter: Joanne Seltzer, Esq. Joanne is a Partner at Jackson Lewis, and she specializes in employment litigation
Gender Pay Equity (XHRC 407-W01) The Equal Pay Act was passed in 1963, and since then Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, and other laws have addressed pay discrimination issues, yet on average women are still paid less than men. Topics will include:
Fee: $595; all materials included. Approved by HRCI for 15 HR recertification credits.
Two sections offered; choose the section that works best for you:
Section XHRC 801-W01: Fridays March 7, 14 and 28, 9:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m Presenter: Tom Madera, BS, PHR. Tom has taught this class since 2010. He is an experienced human resources professional with strategic, tactical, managerial and consulting experience in both established and start up environments. He also taught “Behavioral Interview Techniques” at Hofstra and St John’s graduate schools.
Section XHRC 801-W02: Tuesday evenings February 25 through April 1, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Presenter: Betsy Jacob, SPHR, GPHR. Betsy has 12 years of experience in human resources, recruiting, and training. In her current role at Sage Solutions, she designs, develops, and delivers on-site trainings for various clients. She is the current SHRM-Long Island Conference co-chair, and serves on the Board of the Long Island chapter of ASTD (American Society of Training and Development).
Additional programs are being scheduled. For the full schedule email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 516.686.7722.
NYIT advances the human resources management profession through education and research at its School of Management's Center for Human Resource Studies. Current and future HR leaders prepare to meet the challenges of creating workforce strategies to acquire, develop, and engage talent in our competitive global business environment through the M.S. in Human Resources Management and Labor Relations degree and non-credit, professional development courses.
Our graduate and undergraduate degree programs, supported by our Professional Enrichment Program, provide a foundation in essential human resources management and labor relations knowledge, sharpen your critical thinking skills, and develop your leadership abilities. Classes and professional enrichment activities are available evenings and weekends at our campuses on Long Island and in Manhattan and provide scheduling flexibility for students.
In addition to offering you cost-effective and convenient opportunities to manage your workforce and maintain your certification, NYIT's workforce management programs draw on a wide network of top HR professionals associated with our Center. These professionals all possess deep knowledge and experience in the topics they present at NYIT, and they utilize their skills as practicing HR professionals. The Center for Human Resource Studies offers convenient and cost-effective opportunities to prepare for PHR, SPHR, and GPHR certification exams. We have successfully prepared hundreds of HR professionals for their certification exams. We also offer the SHRM Essentials Program, and preparation courses for Certified Management Accountant, Payroll Certification, and Certified Treasury Professional examinations.