TriNet Customer Webinars

Stay on top of employment regulations and workplace topics that affect your organization

This webinar series is designed to help you navigate your business through the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to addressing common human resource topics and employment compliance updates. If you need additional support, reach out to your TriNet Customer Experience contact. COVID-19 is fluid and the laws continue to change therefore it is very important to review our latest content for the most up to date information.
2023 Compensation Trends for SMBs

Event date: November 17, 2022

Experts from TriNet and Carta, Inc. discuss the impact of today's economy and shifting workforce on key trends for small and medium size businesses to consider in evaluating their compensation strategy for 2023. Topics include the impact of inflation and a possible recession, the role of compensation in supporting DE&I and much more.

The Most Common Wage and Hour Violations in California – and How to Avoid Them

Event date: October 12, 2022

Experts from TriNet and the California Labor Commissioner’s Office discuss key areas of CA Wage and Hour requirements, such as overtime requirements for non-exempt employees, nuances related to hours worked, pay days and pay periods, in addition to meal periods and rest breaks.

Raising Funds and Retaining Talent in an Uncertain Economy

Event date: October 11, 2022

Experts from Founders First, and TriNet dive into the challenges underrepresented small businesses face in sourcing capital, navigating wage inflation, and hiring and retaining employees.

Navigating SMB Employee Benefits in a Post-Dobbs World

Event date: August 17, 2022

TriNet leaders discuss the latest on state laws and complexities in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark Dobbs decision, in addition to offerings to employees that provide choice and protect privacy.

Market Dynamics Impacting Compensation in 2022

Event date: July 14, 2022 and TriNet experts discuss the latest issues around compensation, including how businesses are coping with the pressures they’re facing with inflation, market pay trends like higher wages and wage compression, and how to prepare for new pay equity and wage transparency legislation.

The Complexity of a Post-Dobbs Workplace: What SMBs Need to Know

Event date: July 5, 2022

TriNet leaders address the impact the June 24 Dobbs decision has on small and medium-size businesses including considerations of state-to-state legislation and best practices for communicating with employees.

CA Employment Law Challenges to Keep Top of Mind & What’s New in 2022​

Event date: June 29, 2022

Experts from TriNet and the California Labor Commissioner’s Office dive into challenging California labor laws impacting small and medium-size businesses, and provide important updates to be mindful of in 2022.

Cultivating a Culture of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in a Complex World

Event date: March 10, 2022

Kanarys co-founder and COO, Star Carter, join TriNet experts for a panel discussion on effective DEI strategies to create a workplace where everyone can thrive.

2022 Compensation Trends: Stand Out in a Crowded Talent Market

Event date: January 27, 2022

TriNet compensation experts help you discover what you need to focus on as you re-evaluate compensation strategies for your business in 2022. 

Building a Company for the Future - 5 Strategic Levers for Success

Event date: December 9, 2021

Discover how companies like yours are adapting their strategies, attracting and retaining talent, designing great cultures, and finding innovative solutions to build a strong and enduring company.

HR Compliance: What Business Owners Need to Know

Event date: October 13, 2021

TriNet’s HR experts discuss best practices for how to maintain compliance with today’s employment laws and regulations including areas such as FLSA, required time off, sexual harassment prevention, remote work, payroll compliance and COVID-19.

Navigating Difficult Employee Leave Scenarios in a Post-Pandemic World

Event date: June 17, 2021

Experts from Littler, a leading employment law firm, tackle the most common yet difficult employee leave and accommodation scenarios that business leaders have encountered as we progress to a post-pandemic world. They provide practical suggestions on how to address a variety of questions regarding FMLA, ADA and FFCRA.

Recruiting and Onboarding in a Virtual or Hybrid Environment

Event date: May 26, 2021

TriNet HR experts present best practices for recruiting and onboarding an empowered, diverse workforce in a virtual world, including how to interview candidates effectively, welcome new employees, and create a positive candidate and employee experience.

Download the Onboarding Manager Checklist and Onboarding Journey Map Template referenced in the presentation.

Working in the New Normal (part 3) - Answering Your Questions on Common Wage and Hour Issues in California

Event date: May 11, 2021

TriNet and the California Labor Commissioner’s Office answer questions on wage and hour topics including worker classification, expenses, minimum wage and final pay.

Working in the New Normal (part 2)- Practical Solutions to Common Wage and Hour Issues in California

Event date: April 27, 2021

TriNet and the California Labor Commissioner’s Office give practical advice to California employers on tricky wage and hour situations related to working from home. They give perspective on business recommendations for topics such as worker classification, expense reimbursement, worker migration, and work hours.

Working in the New Normal-Considerations for Employers in California

Event date: April 13, 2021

TriNet and the California Labor Commissioner’s Office present important insights on what employers with a remote workforce should be thinking about to comply with wage and hour laws. Click here to access more detailed information presented during this webinar.

HR Challenges & Pitfalls as Employees Return to Work

Event date: April 8, 2021

From creating a positive culture within a hybrid work environment, to implementing new office safety measures, to maintaining business continuity in the face of future COVID disruptions, the impact of HR on businesses’ productivity has never been greater. TriNet HR experts share their insights into potential HR challenges that small and medium-size businesses will face and how to prepare for them as companies adapt to a new normal in the workplace.

What’s in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 & the Impact to Small and Medium-Size Businesses

Event date: March 23, 2021

TriNet executives break down the new relief package, explain how it interacts with previous COVID relief laws, and analyze the most important issues for business leaders. Here is the additional resource guide that is referenced during the presentation.

2021 Compensation Trends for Small and Medium-Size Businesses

Event date: March 4, 2021

TriNet and compensation experts from present the impact of 2020 on compensation and benefits, in addition to what you should consider as you re-evaluate compensation strategies for your business.

5 Pro Tips for Making the Overtime Call: Exempt or Non-Exempt

Event date: February 22, 2021

ComplianceHR experts present a new set of tips to help you designate your employees as exempt or non-exempt from overtime pay and/or other wage and hour requirements as mandated by the FLSA.

From Vaccine Policies to Diversity in Leadership: Getting Prepared for 2021

Event date: February 4, 2021

TriNet experts discuss some of the most important HR topics and compliance changes in 2021, including EEOC guidance on COVID-19 vaccinations, state-specific training and diversity requirements, paid leave benefits and drug policies.

    What the New COVID-19 Stimulus Package Means for SMBs

    Event date: January 7, 2021

    TriNet leaders break down what the new stimulus package means for small and medium-size businesses (SMBs), including Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Changes and the New PPP “Second Draw” Loans. Here is the additional resource guide that is referenced during the presentation.

    Supporting Employee Well-Being During COVID-19

    Event date: August 27, 2020

    TriNet, and One Medical, a leading primary care practice, provide practical guidance on how employers can support the health and well-being of employees during these challenging times.

    Avoiding Wage and Hour Pitfalls in the Age of COVID-19

    Event date: July 23, 2020

    TriNet and ComplianceHR experts help you better understand and address wage and hour compliance issues in the age of COVID-19, in addition to how a free tool provided by TriNet can help you self-audit.

    What the PPP Flexibility Act and New Forgiveness Application Mean for Your Business

    Event date: July 1, 2020

    TriNet leaders provide guidance to help you identify what you’ll need to address to maximize forgiveness of your PPP loan. This webcast covers the easing of rules around how businesses can use their loan funds, updates to the PPP loan forgiveness application including the “EZ” application, and more.

    Updated Guidance on PPP Loan Forgiveness

    Event date: May 28, 2020

    TriNet leaders provide guidance to help you identify what you’ll need to address to maximize forgiveness of your PPP loan. It’s essential for small and medium-size businesses to take the time to understand the intricacies. This webcast covers the updated forgiveness rules, new timing definitions, review of the forgiveness application, and more.

    Hard Data, Human Truths and the State of SMBs

    Event date: May 21, 2020

    The Harris Poll and TriNet leaders shed light on how entrepreneurs are dealing with—and emerging from—the COVID-19 crisis based on a series of industry-wide pulse surveys. In this webcast, you’ll discover how business leaders have handled the challenges brought on by the pandemic and how they’re formulating plans to move forward.

    Maximizing PPP Loan Forgiveness for Your Business

    Event date: May 13, 2020

    TriNet leaders present recent developments to the federal small business loan programs and provide guidance to help you identify potential issues you’ll need to address to maximize forgiveness of your PPP loan. This webcast covers forgiveness rules, processes, sample equations and considerations that may impact your return to the workplace strategy.

    Preparing Your Business for Returning to Work

    Event date: April 30, 2020

    TriNet leaders provide guidance to help you plan to successfully open your workplace while continuing to protect your employees and minimize risk. They explain how to align your transition plan with government guidelines, create a safe workplace, rehire employees and build workplace morale.

    Bridging the Cash Flow Gap: Funding Options

    Event date: April 24, 2020

    TriNet and Brex, the leading corporate card for startups, provide you with information on funding methods available to SMBs and best practices to prepare your company to secure funding.

    The State of Small and Medium-Size Business During COVID-19

    Event date: April 17, 2020

    TriNet and The Harris Poll, with findings from a series of industry-wide surveys, explore the extent to which SMBs are impacted by the pandemic and the measures they are taking.

    Bridging the Cash Flow Gap: Navigating Small Business Relief Options

    Event date: April 9, 2020

    TriNet and Fisher Philips, a leading labor and employment law firm, provide an overview of the small business loan program and the application process, strategies for loan forgiveness and a look at additional relief programs.

    Bridging the Health Coverage Gap

    Event date: April 1, 2020

    With COVID-19 delivering the U.S. economy a hard hit, along with employees at risk of losing their health coverage, SMBs need to understand the range of health coverage offerings available to them. TriNet, along with Pivot Health, a short-term health insurance provider, discuss health plan options for employees who lose coverage with the impact of COVID-19.

    Families First Coronavirus Response Act: What Businesses with Under 500 Employees Need to Know

    Event date: March 24, 2020

    In these uncertain times, you want to make sure that you are taking care of your employees, while adjusting to the new legal requirements. TriNet, along with Fisher Phillips, a leading labor and employment law firm, address the impact of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on your business operations. 

    How Small and Medium Size Businesses Can Prepare for the Impact of COVID-19

    Event date: March 17, 2020

    TriNet, along with Fisher & Phillips LLP, a leading labor and employment law firm, answer some of the most frequently asked questions on COVID-19. For small and medium size businesses, the potential consequences of Coronavirus can present some unique challenges—and we want to help you prepare.

    2020 HR Compliance Update

    Event date: January 30, 2020

    New year, new laws, new compliance challenges! This webinar will walk you through many applicable new and updated employment laws to help you limit HR risk and liability.

    AB 5 is NOT as Easy as A-B-C

    Event date: December 5, 2019

    ComplianceHR leaders provide an analysis of the provisions of CA's Assembly Bill 5, overview of the "ABC" test, and practical suggestions to help you prepare for compliance success. Click here to access the referenced white paper. 

    Final Overtime Rule: Preparing for Change

    Event date: October 31, 2019

    ComplianceHR leaders explain how the rule affects your company and steps to take now to prepare for the 1/1/2020 deadline.

    Effective Management of Virtual Teams

    Event date: September 26, 2019

    Join TriNet HR Center of Expertise leaders share actionable strategies and techniques for getting the most out of your virtual team and ensuring that they are motivated, engaged members of your company.

    How to Promote a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace Culture

    Event date: July 25, 2019

    TriNet HR Center of Expertise leaders present the significance of diversity and inclusion initiatives and offer best practices that you can apply in your organization.

    Wage and Hour Mistakes: How to Recognize and Avoid Common Landmines

    Event date: May 16, 2019

    In this final session of the "Spring into Compliance" series, ComplianceHR CEO, Lori Brown, and Littler Shareholder, Cory Glen Walker, discuss how to tackle your top wage and hour challenges, and how Navigator OT & Navigator Pay Practices (free tools provided by TriNet) can help you stay in compliance.

    Understanding FLSA Overtime: Who Gets it?

    Event date: April 25, 2019

    In this session of the "Spring Into Compliance" series, ComplianceHR CEO, Lori Brown, and Littler Shareholder, Cory Glen Walker, further explore FLSA overtime standards.

    FLSA Boot Camp Basics

    Event date: March 20, 2019

    ComplianceHR CEO, Lori Brown, and Littler Shareholder, Cory Glen Walker, present a deeper understanding of the Fair Labor Standards Act in the first session in the "Spring into Compliance" webinar series.

    2019 Compliance Update

    Event date: February 12, 2019

    Jackie Breslin, Director of HR Center of Expertise, and Mike Simon, Sr. Employee Relations Consultant, present HR topics that may impact your business and employees in 2019.

    Risk Factors for Workplace Sexual Harassment and What to Do About Them

    Event date: December 12, 2018

    Lorrane Sanders and Kelly Pacatte, Senior Employee Relations Consultants, help you recognize behaviors and situations that could lead to workplace harassment and increased risk of claims.

    Overtime Redux: Here We Go Again!

    Event date: November 6, 2018

    ComplianceHR Vice President & former DOL Wage and Hour Division Administrator, Tammy McCutchen, discusses practical considerations of the Department of Labor's upcoming changes.

    Common Myths of Modern Day HR Compliance

    Event date: October 18, 2018

    Sr. Human Resources Consultants Julie Shepard and Virginia Capezio dispel some of the most common HR myths that may surprise you.

    The Workplace Redefined: Navigating Independent Contractor Compliance under the Shifting Legal Landscape

    Event date: September 5, 2018

    ComplianceHR CEO Lori Brown moderates a panel of contingent workforce thought leaders, including Neil Alexander and William Weissman from nationally known labor and employment firm Littler.

    Maintaining Work Life Balance, Productivity and Mindfulness at Work

    Event date: July 26, 2018

    Gabriella Neubert, Senior Human Resources Consultant, and Angela Dunn, Human Resources Consultant, provide you with the tools for bringing a greater balance into your life.

    Auditing for PAID

    Event date: May 31, 2018

    Former Wage and Hour Division Administrator and ComplianceHR VP of Strategy, Tammy McCutchen, and experts from Littler present an overview of various pay practices that may be addressed via self-audit under the PAID program, including misclassification, "off-the-clock" work and overtime calculations.

    Paying Your Employees: Not That Simple

    Event date: May 9, 2018

    Monika Ethier, Principal Human Capital Consultant, and Hema Shinde, Human Resources Consultant, provide updates on pay equity and minimum wage laws, in addition to actionable information on how TriNet can help you stay compliant.

    Courageous Conversations

    Event date: March 29, 2018

    Lynne Vu, Principal Human Capital Consultant, presents a thought process, action plan and preparation tips for communicating effectively while also keeping your relationships intact.

    2018 Compliance Update

    Event date: January 31, 2018

    Sam Neff, Sr. Human Resources Consultant, and Mike Simon, Sr. Employee Relations Consultant, present HR topics that may impact your business and employees in 2018.