Dr. Chartier is the Principal of HRinfo4u, a human resource consulting firm, and a well-known educator and speaker. As a consultant, he works with organizations to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their human resource function. He has worked extensively in designing, developing, and implementing human resource programs, procedures, and systems for smaller and mid-size firms up and down the Hudson Valley. Greg is a thought-provoking professional speaker and his wisdom and insights into management and leadership make him an electrifying speaker and seminar leader. His seminars are customized to reinforce the company mission, vision, values, and culture, and the content is practical for team leaders, managers, supervisors, and executives alike. Dr. Chartier has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, an MBA in Finance, and a Ph.D. in Human Resources. He is a National Member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and is certified by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) as well as a Senior Certified Professional (SCP) by SHRM. He is a member of the faculty at Pace University, where he works with the Continuing and Professional Education Programs and the Human Resources Institute at Pace. He is also a member of the faculty of the New York Medical College, where he teaches in the Masters’ in Public Health Program. He is the author of What Law Did You Break Today? A guide to the federal laws and regulations that employers must comply with.
Like many people, I did not believe that Donald Trump would win the presidency and I assumed that we would continue to see, at the very least, a continuation of President Obama’s progressive and aggressive agenda. What we ended up with, however, is a new administration that is fundamentally different from the previous one. While there continues to be much rhetoric, it is clear that the Trump Administration ..
Good documentation just doesn’t happen by accident. Left to our own devices, many of us probably think we have better things to do than write down what the weather was that day, fill out the performance log or, dare I say, update the schedule. After all, there’s work to be done. However, it only takes one time in litigation to change that mindset. In addition, the reality of a dispute resolution forum is th..
HR can play a role in creating and reinforcing a corporate culture that reflects a proactive stance toward risk and risk management by including a risk management perspective in all HR activities: recruitment, onboarding, performance management, and the rewards systems. HR can also include the risk management aspects in the leadership development programs and in the leadership pipeline.In today’s constantly..
Tattoos were always associated with sailors, marines, and bikers. Not today. Over the past few decades, there has been real progress towards accepting tattoos and other body art in the workplace. At the same time, highly visible piercings and tattoos still have a negative connotation.The same is not true with those who have gender orientation or gender identity issues. The workplace is still confused and co..
Data protection in recruitment has always been taken seriously, as the breach of employee data protection policy is an integral part of any corporate protocol. However, the introduction of GDPR changed the subject completely by offering an entirely different perspective on the data flows in companies. Thus, making recruitment GDPR-compliant requires much more than a simple change of some policy. GDPR makes ..
Is coronavirus compensable under WC? The answer to that question is “maybe.” While WC laws provide compensation for “occupational diseases” that arise out of and in the course of employment, many state statutes exclude “ordinary diseases of life” (e.g., the common cold or flu). There are occupational groups that arguably would have a higher probability of exposure such as healthcare workers. However, even i..
Civility training is a new term for an old concept. It refers to professional business training related to etiquette, diversity awareness, and cultural sensitivity. Research indicates that inclusion policies are actually the keys to diversity management success. As economies, markets, and industries around the world merge together, the need for thoughtful and perceptive employees continues to grow among glo..
Since it is impossible to completely avoid conflict, the potential for issues is usually higher in complex social systems where the players compete for resources, like the organization. This becomes particularly critical in ethnically diverse and multicultural work environments, in which not only “regular” work disagreements may occur but in which also different languages, worldviews, lifestyles, and ultima..