Workforce Essentials: Handbooks and Job Descriptions

Workforce Essentials Forum: Session 2 | Presented in partnership with 

ICBM Workforce Essentials Forum

While the past few years have created HR and workplace challenges for all businesses, many of those challenges are unique to the banking community. From HR best practices and optimization of your workplace programs to important regulatory compliance issues and employment policies – we can help. The ICBM Workforce Essentials Forum is designed to help you better understand your organization’s specific workforce needs and provide opportunities to collaborate with HR experts and other banking professionals in order to take your human resources department to the next level. 

The forum will include large group instruction, breakout circles, Q&A sessions, and networking lunches, allowing you to learn about and discuss topics such as recruiting, remote work, compliance, process automation, culture, and strategy in a variety of engaging formats. Join the ICBM Workforce Essentials Forum to leverage the knowledge and experience of HR and payroll experts and peers within the banking community who understand the unique challenges you’re facing and can help you move forward with confidence. 

Forum subscribers also have exclusive access to the Compliance Forum Community, where forum members can interact and post questions to facilitator and peers via the online discussion board. 


Session 2 | Handbooks and Job Descriptions

This session will be focused on employee handbooks, including what is required, how to develop effective policies, and how to get the most out of your organization's handbook. We will also discuss how job descriptions act as an important building block for your organization and how to go about developing legal and?effective job descriptions.  

This event is open exclusively to Compliance Forum members. Contact Kristi Ploeger for information and to register. 

**Any event hosted at ICBM headquarters|SHAZAM Education Center can be attended virtually via Zoom.  


4/21/2022 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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