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    Dealing with Toxic & Bullying Employees presented by Robert Micera.

    Date: November 11, 2015, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    Dorians 555 Washington Ave. Jersey City, NJ. 07310
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    Please join Gateway SHRM on Wednesday, November 11th at 5:30 PM for what we hope you find an interesting topic on:

    Dealing with Toxic & Bullying Employees presented by Robert Micer

    Location: Dorians, 555 Washington Ave. Jersey City, NJ. 07310

    Many companies recognize that toxic and bullying behavior can reduce productivity, impact employee turnover, and even affect the bottom line. According to the Workplace Bullying Institute*, up to one third of workers may be the victims of workplace bullying. And a growing number of states, including New Jersey, are considering legislation that would let workers sue for on-the-job harassment that causes physical or emotional harm.   

    How can HR leaders help the business get ahead of this problem?  How can they take an active role in ensuring a “healthy” workplace environment? Robert Micera, SPHR, addresses this difficult topic head-on. He discusses the behaviors of toxic employees and the characteristics of a bullying workplace culture.  And he shares strategies to deal with employees and diffuse toxic environments. Learn how to maximize talent contributions while you minimize the risk of toxic and bullying behavior.

    Robert Micera, SPHR, SCP, a respected Human Resources and Business Process Improvement professional is VP of Business Transformation at ADP leading process innovation efforts for external and internal client facing functions and HR strategy/processes.  He has held progressive HR leadership positions most recently as Sr. Director HR for ADP, partnering with Corporate Strategy, Continuous Improvement, Finance & U.S. Print/Delivery. He has directed HR for organizations with 200 employees to 60,000 employees. His expertise includes change leadership, employee relations, talent acquisition, training/OD, affirmative action, benefits/comp and process improvement. He is a strategic leader and outstanding public speaker. He has presented at Annual SHRM conferences, and other regional conferences. He is the author of “Right To The Point”, The RDM Employer of Choice Model, featured at the SHRM Leadership Conference.

    Robert is an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall, Fairleigh Dickinson and Stony Brook University's graduate programs in I/O Psychology and HR Mgmt/Labor Relations. He has articles published in “Accounting Today”, “The Long Island Business News”, the “National Society of Accountants” and has been featured and quoted in The NY Times, Newsday, and NY Post.  He has appeared on the Channel 12 program "JobLine".  Robert holds an MS in HR Mgmt/Labor Relations and BA in Industrial Psychology.