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Nov. 16 BTA Webinar to Focus on HR & Employment Issues

Tuesday, November 7, 2017  
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The 118th webinar in BTA's Building My Business Webinar Series is scheduled for 4 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, Nov. 16. "'My Friend' Has This HR/Employment Issue ... " will be led by Sally Brause, director of human resources consulting at GreatAmerica Financial Services Corp., and BTA General Counsel Bob Goldberg.

Surely you have never experienced any issues with potential candidates, employees or ex-employees, but you have heard horror stories from a "friend" in the business, right? Prior to this webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit those questions (for your "friend"), and tap into the experience and knowledge of industry experts on employment and human resources concerns. Whether your question is related to hiring, interviewing, compensation matters, non-competes, reference checks or disciplinary measures, Brause and Goldberg will share best practices to help guide you in the right direction. These can be sticky or, at best, unclear subjects to navigate on your own (or, should we say, for your "friend" to navigate on his [or her] own). Take advantage of these HR and employment experts.

Brause leads GreatAmerica Financial Services Corp.'s hiring and training offering, PathShare® HR Services. Her areas of expertise are attracting, motivating and developing top talent. Brause has been sharing this expertise with office technology dealers during the past several years. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and has been certified as a compensation professional through World at Work. Brause has a master's degree in organizational leadership and participated in the Wharton School of Business' Leading Organizational Change program.

Goldberg has more than 37 years of industry experience. Upon graduation from law school in 1973, he joined the Antitrust Division of the Illinois Attorney General's Office. Goldberg's government career continued with the Federal Trade Commission until 1977, when he transitioned to private practice. He was a partner with the firm of Freeman, Atkins & Coleman, where he specialized in antitrust and trade regulation matters. Goldberg then joined the law firm Schoenberg Finkel Newman & Rosenberg LLC, and was a partner with the firm from 1984 to 2008. In 2008, he became of counsel to the firm, continuing to collaborate and mentor with the firm's attorneys and staff. Today, he provides BTA members with no-fee advice and guidance on a diverse range of topics.

BTA members can register on the BTA website by visiting www.bta.org/BuildingMyBusiness.

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