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HR & Management Best Practices for Supervisors
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When: June 21, 2018
10:00 - 5:30
Where: Doubletree Hilton, Seatac
18740 International Boulevard
Seatac, WA  98188
United States
Contact: Laura Juell

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This training is offered in partnership with Community Transportation Association of the Northwest, and will take place during the 2018 Community & Specialized Provider Summit. Registration through WSTIP is for this training only, and does not include entry into other sessions during the Summit. Participants who want to attend the full Summit (which includes this training) must register at this link:

This training will provide the best HR and management practices all supervisors should know.

Do’s & Don’ts of Applicant Screening & Selection

·         The Value of Using Behavioral Interview Questions

·         Do’s and Don’ts When Interviewing Candidates  

·         How to Manage the Probationary Period as an Extension of the Hiring Process


Now Is the Time – Change the Trajectory of Discrimination/Harassment

·         How to Make Mutual Accountability a Key Component of the Workplace Culture   

·         How to Focus the Workgroup on Mutual Similarities

·         The Role that Coaches/Mentors Play in Establishing Inclusiveness  


Must Do’s When Managing Employee Performance

·         How to Communicate Performance and Behavioral Expectations Clearly & Often

·         How to Give Meaningful & Productive Feedback Using a Feedback Model

·         How to Determine if the Employee Can’t or Won’t Be Able to Do the Job

·         Tips for Documenting Performance/Behavior Effectively

·         When to Consider Taking Disciplinary Action


What Every Employer Needs to Tell Employees About Workplace Ethics  

·         Types of Unethical Behavior: Conflict of Interest, Gratuities and Gifts, Preferential Treatment

·         The Outcome of Unethical Behavior on the Workforce and the Employer   

·         What to Convey to Employees About Workplace Ethics   

·         Ethics Violation Are Costly and an Embarrassment 



Janice Corbin is a Principle and co-owner of Sound Employment Solutions, LLC (SES).  For over 20 years, her firm has worked with public employers throughout the Northwest in identifying sound solutions to complex employment issues. Prior to starting her firm, Janice worked for the Seattle Police Department for 22 years,14 years in Human Resources, the last 6.5 years as an Assistant Chief over a Bureau.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Education from Urbana University.   She is a Myers-Briggs certified practitioner.   


The registration fee is $75 per person. The registration fee includes workshop materials. Make checks payable to the Washington State Transit Insurance Pool.
For information regarding RTAP scholarships for this event, please contact Linda Howell at


The class will be held at the Doubletree Hilton in Seatac. The workshop will begin at 10:00 am and run until 5:30 pm. Participants need to check in prior to class at the Summit registration table.


For information regarding registration or workshop content, please contact Laura Juell ( Laura can be reached at (360) 786-5049 at the Washington State Transit Insurance Pool.


You may cancel your workshop registration without penalty up to June 14, 2018. Cancellations made after 06/14/2018 will be charged the full workshop fee. If the course is cancelled, participants will receive a complete refund.