F-104: Managing Your Township Team (4-part series; valid for 6 credits)
Human resource issues need to be addressed in all townships—even small townships with only a few employees or volunteers. Hiring, firing, discipline, compensation, and recruiting and managing volunteers are just a few of the human resource related issues about which all township officials must be knowledgeable. We’ll help you build your township’s personnel policies, from the basic components to how to keep it current.
This course is divided into four webcasts segments. To receive TGA credit, candidates must view all webcasts segments, complete and pass the post-webcast quiz, and complete and return a Practical Application Commitment (PAC) form (found here) to MTA.
Stephen Schultz is a founding partner of the law firm Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes. The firm has been recognized as one of the “Best Law Firm’s in America” by US News & World Report. Steve is listed in the publication “Super Lawyers” as an expert in the field of Labor and Employment Law. For over 30 years, his practice has focused on representing townships in all matters. He is also frequent presenter for MTA and an instructor in MTA’s Township Governance Academy.
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