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HR Workshop

 April 30, 2023
Beacon Grand Hotel, San Francisco

There’s never a shortage of HR topics to discuss! This interactive program is designed for both new and seasoned HR professionals, as well as business officers who also wear the HR hat.  Sessions cover a breadth of HR topics from compliance (just when you think you have it figured out, California throws you another curveball) to strategic HR thinking.

Sponsors

The generous support of our Corporate Sponsor, A. J. Gallager, provides Cal-ISBOA members with affordable access to up-to-date professional development opportunities in a relaxed, collegial environment. Thank you!



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Preliminary Topics

Look forward to these preliminary topics at the 2023 HR Workshop:

Guest Speaker
Nishant Mehta, Founder, Mehta Cognition, LLC

After seven impactful years as head of The Children’s School in midtown Atlanta, Nishant founded Mehta Cognition, LLC in spring 2020 as a leadership and management consultancy to better serve our educational and non-profit leaders and boards on their journey of innovation, inclusion, and strategic transformation.

He is recognized by his peers and the broader industry for his passionate leadership and vision in improving educational access and centering our attention and intention on breaking down silos in our schools. He is a sought-after writer, speaker, and presenter on advancing cultures of inclusion, learning, and leadership in organizations. He also mentored new and aspiring heads of school through programs set up by NAIS and The Children’s School.

Nishant will address the topic of building culture in schools. Join us for this interactive experience!


- Breakout Sessions -

Making Strategic, Goal-Based Pay Decisions
Employers have always struggled to make pay decisions that result in equitable, competitive, cost-effective, legal, and transparent salaries. Now, more than ever, the goals of regulatory compliance and transparency are front of mind. Shari Dunn, Managing Director at Gallagher, will outline how to establish and manage base pay structures that facilitate the achievement of all these goals, including compliance with SB 1162. For more information, click here.

Supporting Employee Mental Health in the School Environment
Over recent years, discussing and prioritizing mental health has become more commonplace, and we have seen a meaningful increase in mental health awareness in the workplace and school environment.  It is critical now more than ever for independent schools to understand how to support the mental health of employees, including best practices and applicable legal responsibilities for doing so. 

Through engaging interactive elements, including case studies, role-playing, and question and answer opportunities, this session will provide essential information for navigating mental health concerns.  We will discuss how to determine when an employee’s mental health concerns are considered disabilities within the meaning of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Employment and Housing Act, common accommodations requested for mental disabilities (such as remote work and leaves of absence), and how to navigate the interactive process.  We will also discuss how best to support employees whose mental health concerns may be ambiguous or may not rise to the level of a disability, while balancing the school’s operational needs with employee morale and retention.



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Each of the breakout sessions above is eligible for
SHRM and HRCI continuing education credit.

The 2023 HR Workshop will be held at the newly renovated and restored Beacon Grand Hotel at Union Square in San Francisco.
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More Information

Thank you to our HR Planning Committee!
Rebecca Rowland, Director of HR, Campbell Hall - Team Chair
Marya Davis, Director of HR, Head-Royce School
Victoria Gor, Human Resources Manager, Crossroads School
Cliff Hahn, Human Resources Manager, Marlborough School
Jeanne Honig, Human Resources Director, Castilleja School
Jenn Huey, Director of HR, Sacred Heart Schools Atherton
Heidi Kaminsky, Human Resources Manager, Turning Point
Kelly Kennedy, Director of HR, La Jolla Country Day School
Jessica McCullagh, Director of HR, The Archer School for Girls
Juana Ochoa, Director of HR, St. Matthew's School
Angela Oliver, Director of HR, Sage Hill School
Jennifer Rios, HR Manager, Mayfield Junior School
Kimberly Rojas Rodriguez, Director of HR, Urban School of San Francisco

Cancellation Policy

  • Substitutions and/or transfers of registration from the same school may be made any time prior to the conference. Contact Martha Ambros in writing to make arrangements for a transfer. Cancellations by March 15, 2023 will receive a full refund, less a $25 processing fee.
  • Cancellations between March 15 and March 31, 2023 will receive a 50% refund.
  • There will be no refunds after April 1, 2023.

Prices

Members
$225 

Non-Members
$285 

Registration will open in January!


Schedule & Agenda

Day 1
April 30, 2023

9:15am

Registration and Check in

10:00am

Welcome and Introductions

Room: TBD

10:10am - 11:30am

General Session, Guest Speaker

Room: TBD

11:45am - 1:00pm

Lunch and a Presentation

Room: TBD

1:00pm - 2:00pm

First Round of Breakout Sessions

Room Assignments:
TBD

2:00pm - 2:15pm

Break and Networking

Room: TBD

2:15pm - 3:15pm

Second Round of Breakout Sessions

Room Assignments:
TBD

3:15pm - 3:30pm

Break and Networking

Room: TBD

3:30pm - 4:00pm

Closing Remarks

Room: TBD


Contact Information

For more information about conference, please contact:

Martha Ambros
Cal-ISBOA Executive Director
12400 Ventura Boulevard, #857
Studio City, CA 91604
martha.ambros@isboa.org or 818-731-0342.



Cal-ISBOA is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org

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