HR for Small Business Owners
Thursday, November 28 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Calgary
37 more seats available
When you start a business, there isn’t really a playbook that explains how to implement the human resources function or how to mitigate risk to your business. It is a common myth that the human resources function is not required in a business until it grows beyond 50 employees. While a small business may not require a full-time HR professional immediately, there are certainly several HR practices that can be implemented to mitigate risk for a small business. Some common and recent HR challenges involve navigating changes to employment standards and occupational health & safety and dealing with the legalization of cannabis. As well, as a small business, you may not be aware of the risks of operating without having employment contracts or contractor agreements in place or without some key HR policies in place.
Greg Hussey is a Human Resources professional with over ten years of diverse experience across various industries. Greg works closely with organizations to build a culture of high-performance and accountability through the successful deployment of HR programs, policies, and services. His focus is implementing value-added solutions and ensuring alignment of human resources practices with the overall strategic objectives of the business.
Greg has experience and expertise in strategic planning, change management, organizational design, hiring, orientation and onboarding, employee engagement, employee relations, compensation & benefits, competency development, succession planning, training & development, coaching, and health and safety. The industries Greg has worked in includes financial services, oil & gas, manufacturing, healthcare, municipal services, non-profits, hospitality, and public accounting.
Greg is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), has a Bachelor of Commerce from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, and has completed the MBA program from the University of Alberta’s School of Business.
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