AHRMA Meeting & Webinar - Developing An Ethics Program

  • Wed, April 21, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 59


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:

Approved for 1 hour of HRCI & SHRM recertification credit.

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In a perfect world employees and managers would always conduct business ethically. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Companies are realizing the importance of establishing ethics programs within their organization. Establishing strong ethical business practices can result in developing an esteemed company reputation that keeps customers and employees. This presentation will provide the steps for planning and implementing an ethics program in your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the meaning of business ethics and why it is important to the success of an organization.
  • To learn the seven steps for implementing an ethics program.
  • To share ideas and best practices for incorporating ethical practices in all phases of the employment life cycle. 

Including an Employment Law Update on workplace investigations by Natalie Lynch. Natalie Lynch, AWI-CH, will cover three topics that her firm, the Lynch Law Firm, is seeing repetitively in recent investigations.  Notably, she will briefly cover 1) who can conduct investigations in Texas, 2) employee recordings as evidence, and 3) gender identity in investigations. 

Thank you to our event sponsor!

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Scholley Bubenik

Scholley Bubenik is the owner of Premier HR Solutions, a recruiting and consulting firm in Austin Texas. Scholley has over 25 years of HR Leadership experience working with organizations developing and implementing strategies that engage and maximize human capital. She has a master’s degree in Human Resource Leadership from the University of Texas and a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Houston. Scholley is the author of “People Power, An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Managing Human Capital”, which was released in November 2018.

Scholley is the Program Director of the Ethics in Business Alliance, a program sponsored by RecognizeGood.org. In this role, she develops programs to enhance the ethics movement by working with organizations to develop ethically based company cultures.

Scholley has presented numerous training workshops on a variety of employee and management development topics, workforce strategies and employment compliance at SHRM chapter meetings and conferences, community meetings, businesses, and municipal organizations.

Natalie Lynch

Natalie R. Lynch is a business and employment law attorney in Austin, Texas who has demonstrated expertise in workplace investigations, workplace employment law, and entity formations. Having lived abroad in both Ghana and Spain, Natalie brings unique perspectives to helping companies conduct business nationally and internationally throughout Asia (particularly Japan and China), South Africa, Latin America, and all over the world.

Please be aware that a follow up email containing a post webinar survey
and recertification credit will follow for those who attend the entire webinar.

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