Battlefield High School located in Haymarket, Virginia is hosting a 2-day Speed Networking Event on Thursday February 18 and Friday February 19, 2016 for students and local business leaders to share expertise and help students learn more about their local business community and deepen their understanding of issues surrounding business.
Join Arc Human Capital there!
The school is looking for business leaders to sign up and join them for this event. This is an amazing event designed for business leaders to meet the young talent in our county and share their knowledge, skills and experiences with them.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for all parties involved. Please consider taking the time to lend them your support. Multiple discussion topics are available to choose from.
About the event:
This Speed Networking Event will allow students to engage with employers in small group sessions. Every 9-10 minutes students will rotate seats into a new group and begin a new conversation with a different business leader. At the end of the speed networking portion employers will be able to grab refreshments and continue their conversations or meet other people.
•Come meet Battlefield High School business, marketing and information technology students
•Bring plenty of business cards if you wish to share them with students
•Invite team members from other departments (IT, Accounting, Marketing, HR, etc)
On Monday November 14th, the USCIS published a revised Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification. Employers may continue using the current version of Form I-9 with a revision date of 03/31/2016 until Jan. 21, 2017. After Jan. 21, 2017, all previous versions of Form I-9 will be invalid. Employers may access the new form and related information at the USCIS website in “I-9 Central” by visiting https://www.uscis.gov. An updated “Handbook for Employers” is expected soon.
Continuing Education opportunities!
This Spring, as part of his continued relationship with George Mason University Learning Solutions and Northern Virginia Community College Workforce Development, Founder Adam Calli will serve as instructor for the following courses:
Northern Virginia Community College - Principles of Human Resource Management. February at the Woodbridge campus. Information available at: http://www.nvcc.edu/workforce/programs/hr.html
Northern Virginia Community College – Introduction to Compensation. March-April at the Woodbridge campus. Information available at: http://www.nvcc.edu/workforce/programs/hr.html
George Mason University Learning Solutions – SHRM Essentials of HR Management Certificate. April at the Mason Herndon Training Center. Information available at:http://ls.gmu.edu/programs/human_resources/essentials_hr.php
Many of these courses are approved for continuing education units (CEUs) or credits towards maintenance of professional HR certifications. Check the course descriptions or contact the schools for further information!
Need a panelist for your group? Or perhaps a speaker for a breakout session? Maybe an instructor for a small group session? If so, please click here to contact Arc Human Capital.
Arc Human Capital is excited to announce that later this spring Founder Adam Calli will have the privilege of presenting to the membership of both the Dulles SHRM and Prince William SHRM Chapters! Addressing the “why” and “how” of the use of data to support internal mobility programs, a complete program description as well as location, dates, and times will be available on the respective chapter websites. For a preview of what’s to come, check out the material on our “Informative” page, since these programs have their roots in the webinar first presented for the Human Capital Institute (HCI) in the spring of 2015. Click the links above for more information!
Stop the presses! New DOL overtime rule NOT taking effect on December 1st!
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Arc Human Capital is excited to announce that today, founder and Principal Consultant Adam Calli was quoted by Boating Industry “The leading trade magazine and website serving the boating industry” for an article in their series on the new Department of Labor Overtime rule! Called “How to prepare for the overtime rule” you can find the article here
Arc Human Capital is excited to announce that today, founder and Principal Consultant Adam Calli was quoted in the “Lowes for Pros” Blog of Lowe’s, “the world’s second largest home improvement retailer” for an article called “Overtime Law Leads to Uncertainty for Contractors”. The blog provides “Ideas and How-tos” on construction and business operations to the thousands of professional contractors who use Lowe’s as their supplier every day. You can find the article here
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On Monday March 14th Arc Human Capital Founder and Principal Adam Calli had the honor of joining three other prominent practitioners from the HR community to serve as a volunteer panelist for the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) at their headquarters in Washington DC. Sitting before a class of nearly 30 association meeting planners gathered from around the nation, the students had the opportunity to throw any and every question they could think of at the panelists! By the time it was done the participants had discussed harassment, alcohol and marijuana consumption, exempt status, travel and overtime, comp time & more!
New posters are required to be posted as of August 1st!!!
You can get them here:
FLSA – https://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/posters/flsa.htm
EPPA - https://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/posters/eppa.htm
Arc Human Capital Founder Adam Calli is thrilled to announce he has been accepted as a member of the new Lytle EAP Partners HR Consultants network!
As of this month the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry has updated their job safety and health protection poster. It now includes new accident reporting information. All fatalities, injuries, or illnesses that result in patient hospitalization, amputation, or loss of an eye must be reported to Virginia Occupational Safety and Health within eight (8) hours.
Time to replace your federal labor posters!
Thanks to the new fines the DOL is able to levy for certain violations, as well as some newly added information for nursing mothers, your old labor posters are now out of date for the Fair Labor Standards Act & the Employee Polygraph Protection Act!
Delivering HR and Organizational Consulting that develops organizational well-being
Founded in 1980 originally to provide EAP services, the capabilities and offerings of the organization have broadened greatly since then, now to include HR Consulting services which will mesh very nicely with their other existing capabilities in Talent Lifecycle Coaching, Critical Incident Response, and Wellness among others.
It is great to be affiliated with an organization whose stated company’s goals include “supporting all human beings to live and work as comfortably, healthfully and happily as possible in healthy, thriving and profitable businesses” said Adam.
We look forward to doing work we can all be proud of for a long time to come!
For more information on Lytle EAP Partners and their full range of capabilities click here: http://lytleeap.com/ To learn about the HR and Organizational Consulting Network, visit http://lytleeap.com/hr-and-organizational-consulting/
Arc Human Capital is excited to announce that Founder and Principal Consultant Adam Calli has accepted an invitation to present for the upcoming Charlottesville SHRM chapter day-long conference! Being held on September 13th at the beautiful Farmington Country Club, this year’s conference theme is “The Many Hats of HR” and Adam will be delivering a session on using data to drive internal mobility programs. More information on the conference can be found here
As reported here: http://www.hrdive.com/news and here: http://www.npr.org a Texas court has granted a nationwide injunction barring the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule from taking effect on December 1st as expected.
Employers are under no obligation to make any changes to either an employee’s compensation level, exempt classification, or timekeeping procedures as may have been necessary for any of their employees under the rule that was due to take effect next Thursday.
While many employers will feel relief over the removal of the mandate that the DOL estimated would cost businesses $295 million per year and would have effected an estimated 4.2 million workers, they should still proceed with careful reflection as to what to say to their employees, many of whom may have been told by proactive employers months ago to expect a, potentially substantial, raise with their first December paycheck. As Principal Consultant Adam Calli shared, “Remember, they are YOUR employees, not the DOL’s and you have to manage their morale and level of job engagement. Like the old adage says, it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. Keep that in mind when informing effected employees of the postponement and injunction.”
No doubt there will be much more to this story in the weeks to come. Employers are advised to watch their trade publications and the popular press closely for new developments.