General Township Training

No matter your tenure or position, these topics will benefit your township. This category covers topics of general importance and broad interest to townships of all sizes.

No matter your tenure or position, these topics will benefit your township. This category covers topics of general importance and broad interest to townships of all sizes.

Please be sure to frequent this page for dates of upcoming training. 

Full Upcoming Events Calendar


Upcoming Workshops:

Wage and Hour: The Rules, New and Old
June 4, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Track: Featured
Speakers: Michele L. Jakubs, Attorney, Zashin & Rich; Scott DeHart, Attorney, Zashin & Rich
Description: The Department of Labor's new rule increasing salary thresholds for exempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act is set to begin on July 1, 2024. What can employers do to plan and prepare for this increase? We will review the rules, new and old, and provide an overview of wage and hour laws and common pitfalls for employers. 
Price: Free

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Navigating Drug and Alcohol Regulations for Township CDL Holders (Part II)
June 19, 10:30 – 12:00 p.m.

Track: General Township
Speaker: Sherry Harvan, Drug & Alcohol Program Educator, Mercy Health
Description: With recent changes to recreational drug use in Ohio, how does the township maintain Federal CDL compliance? Explore best practices, regulatory requirements, and practical tips to ensure adherence to compliance regulations when your drivers are operating township vehicles. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding and uphold the highest standards on the road. 
Price: $20 member / $30 non-member

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Identifying & Eliminating Bullying/Harassment in Your Township
July 18, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Track: General Township
Speaker: Kim Arnold, President & CEO, KLA Risk Consulting; David Riepenhoff, Attorney, Fishel, Downey, Albrecht & Riepenhoff LLP
Description: Bullying behavior in the workplace can be intricate and intimidating. Gain insight into the various tactics bullies employ, their underlying motivations for fostering a toxic environment, and strategies for self-protection. Both the employees and the organization share responsibilities when facing bullies, and collaborative efforts can establish a unified approach to eradicate bullying behavior.
Price: $20 member / $30 non-member

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Dates are subject to change. Please check this page closer to the event for the most updated information. For any questions, please contact Michael Zaky.