FDR Training Announces Highlighted Sessions for 2023 Event in Orlando

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These highlighted sessions will assist federal practitioners in addressing their most crucial federal workplace challenges while also preparing them for future challenges.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - eTradeWire -- FDR Training, the nation's leading federal civil service law training event attracting decision-makers from nearly every federal agency, announced five highlighted sessions and additional program features for the in-person event taking place August 7 - 10 at the Caribe Royale Orlando in Florida.

The FDR Training 2023 program features more than 75 workshops and sessions including:
  • Pregnancy Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodation Under the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act – Attorney Debra D'Agostino will focus on employee rights under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and the new Pregnant Workers Fairness Act and Providing Urgent Maternal Protections (PUMP) for Nursing Mothers Act.
  • Employee Relations in the Digital Age: Managing Telework Issues – In this session, attendees will learn how to address conduct and performance issues that are impacted by the virtual workforce, including implementing performance improvement plans and monitoring productivity virtually, as well as managing telework-specific misconduct.
  • Brave New World: Ensuring EEO and DEIA Remain Relevant in a Changing Work Environment – This interactive session will explore strategies to adapt EEO and DEIA programs to the evolving federal work environment, as well as ways to ensure that leaders and other stakeholders remain engaged in accomplishing program goals and objectives.
  • Workforce Successes From COVID Flexibilities: Increased Workforce Representation for People With Disabilities – This session will outline the strategies that can be used to increase disability employment and retention, focusing on continued workplace flexibility, employee satisfaction, and best practices.
  • Taking Performance Action in 2023 – And Beyond – HR expert Barbara Haga will assist HR staffers and agency counsel in determining the best course of action to take to deal with an employee who is performing unacceptably.

"COVID as a medical emergency may be over, but the impact of the pandemic, the workplace changes, and the new hybrid workforce continue to play out," said Leslie Lake, Vice President, Federal Editorial, LRP Media Group. "Our speakers and agency leaders will share the latest thinking and best practices to comply and thrive in the new environment. It's a robust program!"

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FDR Training will also feature the Opening Keynote, The Federal Workforce: Challenges for Today – and Tomorrow, where the U.S. General Services Administration's Chief Human Capital Officer, Traci DiMartini, will discuss how agencies must embrace flexible HR policies and create more inclusive workplace cultures.

Attendees who register for the 2023 FDR Training event by June 9, 2023 will receive Early Bird Savings of $150.00 off an All Access Premium Pass. For more information and to register visit www.FDRtraining.com or call toll-free 1-800-341-7874.

Kristin Baier
LRP Media Group

Source: LRP Media Group
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