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As more states legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use, such as Nevada, many employers are wondering what that will mean for their workplace policies and practices. The challenge for employers is that marijuana is still illegal under federal law, and state laws provide different levels of protection, if any, for employees who use it.

NAE has gathered a distinguished panel of professionals to provide general guidelines for employers and address issues including:

  • Should employers revise their drug & alcohol policies?
  • Should employers drug test employees who possess valid medical marijuana cards?
  • Are employers required to accommodate employees with medical marijuana cards?
  • How do employers determine if an employee is "impaired"?

Learn the answers to these questions and more at this relevant and timely event.

arrow  Wednesday, January 18, 2017  
Time:  8:30 am to 11:30am

Place:  RSCVA Boardroom, Reno Town Mall
Fee:  $49/NAE members; $89 non-members
Panel Presenters:  TBA


Organizations need to hire employees who fit the requirements for job skills and also for values--workplace fit. This three-hour workshop will give managers the tools they need for preparing before the interview, managing the interview, and evaluating the results. This includes covering what questions are illegal to ask during the interview as well as preparing behavior-oriented questions that can be asked consistently of all job applicants. The STAR method of evaluating questions and a measure for ranking applicants will also be provided and explained. Using research, video clips and role playing, workshop attendees will take away valuable information and skills to ensure interview processes are legal, consistent, informative, and fair.

arrow  Wednesday, January 25, 2017  
Time:  9:00 am to Noon  

Place:  NAE Office
Fee:  $149/NAE members and non-members
Class Presenter:  Larissa Faulkner, PhD


Office ergonomics is fitting the environment to the worker by providing a workplace that's injury free, comfortable and productive. It can help lower stress and injury caused by incorrect placement of equipment, posture and repetitive tasks.

An ergonomic work station can:

  • Eliminate eye strain and headaches due to incorrect positioning of equipment
  • Prevent back, shoulder, elbow, wrist and neck strain
  • Reduce strains from repetitive motions

Class Objective:

  • Recognize risk factors (problems) at your computer workstation
  • Become familiar with basic solutions
  • Understand behavioral and administrative solutions
  • Utilize evaluation and workstation adjustment forms

arrow   Friday, January 27, 2017  
Time:  10 am to 11 am

Place:  NAE Office
Fee:  $39 NAE Members and non-members
Class Presenter:  Tonica Lathrop, Sinnett Consulting

SUPERVISORY SKILLS 101: The Fundamentals —

This class is not only designed for your current supervisors/managers but for those who may be slated for supervisory positions in the future! Topics include: discipline/discharge, workplace harassment, employment law, performance management and reasonable suspicion.

arrow   Tuesdays, January 24, 31, Feb. 7 & 14, 2017  
Time:  8:30am to 10:30am

Place:  NAE Office
Fee:  $250/NAE members; $350/non-members
Send 2 attendees and the 3rd is free.

arrow   Thursdays, January 26, Feb. 2, 9, and 16, 2017
Time:  8:30 a.m.—10:30 a.m.

Place:  Casino Fandango, Carson City
Fee:  $250/NAE members; $350/non-members
Send 2 attendees and the 3rd is free.

SUPERVISORY SKILLS 102: The Soft Skills —

Our Supervisory Skills 102 class explores the "soft skills" side of supervision. Topics include: effective communication, conflict resolution, team building and leadership.

arrow   Wednesdays, February 22, March 1, 8, 15, 2017  
Time:  8:30am to 10:30am

Place:  NAE Office
Fee:  $300/NAE members; $400/non-members
Send 2 attendees and the 3rd is free.
Class Presenter:  Larissa Faulkner



Increasing awareness of workplace harassment is one of the most important steps employers can take to reduce associated risk and ensure employees have a respectful work environment. Typically conducted on-site, this offering provides an opportunity for employees and supervisors who may be new to your organization or who may have missed previous training.

arrow   Monday, January 23, 2017  
Time:  10 am to 11 am

Place:  NAE Office
Fee:  $59 Members/$89 Non-Members
Class Presenter:  Thoran Towler

Training Policy: To receive a refund or credit for any NAE classes, you must notify us 7 days in advance of the date of the class that the registrant is unable to attend.