employment law, Human Resources Training

Flexible Work Arrangements: The Future of Employment


Flexible work arrangements are the future of the workplace. It is only a matter of time before most organizations move towards them. By giving at least some employees the freedom to work at their own schedule and in the location of their choice, organizations are realizing that their productivity goes up significantly due to a number of reasons.

Employees can spend the time they take for travel on doing constructive work. They will have the comfort of staying close to their family, which promotes a healthy work-life balance, a big factor in productivity. Further, they are less stressed because they can attend to chores at their own pace.

At a webinar that TrainHR, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of human resources, is organizing, all the dynamics of how to build flexible work arrangements at the workplace will be discussed.

Diane L. Lee, President of Advantage HR Consulting, will be the expert at this webinar, which is being organized on April 15. Please join in for this important learning by visiting TrainHR.


The main aim of this webinar is to offer to its participants an understanding of the benefits of workplace flexibility. It will clarify some of the myths about flexible work arrangement and offer its participants the tools needed to establish and effectively manage workplace flexibility.

Diane will cover these areas at this course:

  • Defining flex work arrangements
  • Understanding the various types of flex work arrangements
  • Potential legal pitfalls to avoid
  • Benefits of a flex work schedule for employers & employees
  • Advantages and disadvantages of flex work programs
  • Instituting a flexible work environment
  • Developing a flex work policy
  • Implementation challenges
  • Measuring the effectiveness of flex work arrangements

This course is aimed at the benefit of those to whom implementing a flexible arrangement is of crucial importance, and these include senior leadership, HR professionals, managers and supervisors, operations professionals, compliance professionals, and benefits professionals.


About the speaker: Diane Lee brings over 25 years of experience in the Human Resources arena, during which she has gained experience in HR consulting and administration in corporate, government, consulting and pro bono environments.

Her organization provides comprehensive, cost-effective Human Resources solutions for small to mid-sized firms in the greater Chicagoland area. Additionally, Diane conducts webinars on a wide-variety of HR topics for various training firms across the country.

By attending this webinar, participants will receive information and practical advice on how to handle an investigation effectively. They will be better prepared to determine what circumstances prompted the investigation, the importance of dealing with problems early, enforcement of company policies, knowing the right questions to ask, and steps to take to protect their company from future lawsuits.


Human Resources Training, Training & Development

Decision making, Problem Solving and Troubleshooting: Tips and Techniques


Decision-making, problem solving and troubleshooting lie at the heart of business organizations. They are an absolute must for organizations that want to compete and stay ahead of the race. The effectiveness of these traits can be the difference between a quick, proper solution and a bad one. Those who handle technical areas have to make decision-making, problem solving and troubleshooting an intrinsic and integral part of their everyday work.

Process is at the core of these traits. When decision-making, problem solving and troubleshooting are built on the wrong processes, the best of people can get their act wrong.

A webinar that TrainHR, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of human resources, is organizing on April 22, will shed light on

Randy Park, facilitator and author, will be the expert at a webinar. to enroll for this program, please visit TrainHR.


The purpose of this webinar is to offer its participants the ken needed to diagnose why a certain plan or an action is not working the way they were meant to.  The expert will help the participants gain an understanding of the various aspects of the human thought process to explore situations in which intuition becomes valuable in facilitating fast solutions, and those in which it could simply lead the decisionmaker awry.

At this webinar, the expert will offer tips and tools which the participants can use to quickly analyze what is happening and why things went wrong. Using these tips and tools, the participants will also be able to identify how their own thinking may be blocking the path to finding a solution. Putting these into practice will help them to achieve faster solutions and make fewer mistakes.

He will also familiarize the participants with unique tools such as “Think About It!”. This worksheet is of immense help in letting the participants analyze where they are going wrong and in quickly helping them get unstuck, documenting their solution, and increasing their organizational intelligence to help them and others in the future

This webinar is designed for those whose job revolves around solving problems. It is immensely useful for those who spend time figuring out what went wrong, are under pressure to find solutions quickly, and who frequently get stuck finding solutions.

At this session, Randy Park will cover the following areas:

  • How to make Faster Decisions when you can
  • How to Realize when you Need a more thorough Analysis
  • Tools to get Unstuck when Solving Problems
  • How to Identify possible Solutions you’ve Missed
  • Visual Tools that Increase Insight.

Those who will benefit from this webinar include CEO’s, Executives, Managers, and HR Professionals.


About the expert: Author of the books, “Thinking for Results-Success Strategies” and “The Prediction Trap- and how to avoid it”, Randy specializes in helping individuals and organizations understand their decision making processes and their own thinking strengths and traps. He provides practical tools applicable to strategic thinking, decision making, and problem solving – especially in the face of uncertainty and complexity.

Randy is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and has spoken to thousands of people around the world. He lives in Toronto and has appeared on radio and TV across the country.