Are you an HR professional in need of SHRM recertification credits? Will you be attending the Craft Brewers Conference in May? If you answered "yes" to both, then you're in luck. The Brewers Association just announced its Recertification Provider status with SHRM and will begin offering programs that qualify for SHRM recertification credits. CBC is the first of these programs.
SHRM will provide professional development credits for all seminars that take place as part of the THRIVE pre-conference workshop on Sunday, May 7 (which includes mine on ADA compliance, accommodations, and accessibility), in addition to select seminars in the main conference's THRIVE educational track. THRIVE is a day-long pre-conference workshop designed for owners, people leaders, HR, and diversity, equity, and inclusion practitioners that will provide an integrated dive into DEI, HR, and wellness topics for craft brewers of all sizes.
If you're planning on attending CBC let me know. I'll have more to share as we get closer to the event about when and where we can meet up. I'd love to buy you a beer.
Here's what I read this week that you should read, too.
AB-InBev Bought Its Way Into a Craft-Brewing Corner. Now It's Trying to Cut Its Way Out — via VinePair
Is an Employer Required to Provide FMLA Leave Indefinitely to an Employee Who Cannot Work Overtime? — via Jeff Nowak's FMLA Insights
The One Thing Employers Should Know Before Using Trendy Personality Tests for Hiring — via Dan Schwartz's Connecticut Employment Law Blog
Employees Use Salary Transparency Laws Just as Companies Feared — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas
Winning Workers' Right to Film and Record – the Backstory — via The Chief Organizer Blog
"You have done nothing wrong. I am just following orders in building a new, younger team for the CEO." — via Eric Meyer's The Employer Handbook Blog
If The Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Doesn't Get Elon Musk, The Dip in Stock Will — via Above the Law
Managing a seriously ill employee who's making mistakes — via Ask a Manager
Why Companies Should Keep Remote Work – and Not Follow Disney's RTO Plans — via EntertainHR
That well-endowed Canadian teacher -- what would've happened here? — via Employment & Labor Insider
Are We All About to be Replaced by AI Chat Bots? — via The D & O Diary