Human Resources (HR) and Employment Compliance seem like a big black-hole filled with myths, assumptions, and lack of knowledge.

The pandemic dealt out even more, never-before-heard-of challenges—which continue to “morph” almost daily. Addressing the needs of your practice and your employees today and planning for success in the future requires awareness, good leadership, and management.

Join us as we specifically look at the HR perspectives, considerations, and your requirements—now and moving forward—and how today’s HR can become the new practice builder by putting the “Human” back in Human Resources.

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Key topics will include:

  • New and updated compliance regulations (minding your HR P’s and Q’s),
  • Determining your degree of potential exposure and liability,
  • Reducing costly turnover,
  • Your role today in developing talent,
  • Recruiting, hiring and training (where’d all the good people go?),
  • Employee engagement and positive and productive work environments
  • Building an organizational culture for success and long-term employee retention.

It is vital that you make prudent HR decisions now that will set the stage for a brighter future. That begins with gaining knowledge and understanding, and then putting your new HR plan into action.

Two dates/times. Pick the one that fits your schedule.


1-hour of C.E. Fee:

$79 for non-Delta Dental members,
$49 for Delta Members.
Meet Our Speaker

Tim Twigg is President of Bent Ericksen & Associates. With over 35 years of practice management and business consulting experience and knowledge, Tim is one of the most sought-out thought leaders in the field.

Tim’s expertise extends to leadership and business development, strategic planning and marketing, and communication skills, with special emphasis on the “people-side”, human resources, and employment compliance.

He is a published author and currently co-authors a regular column in Dental Economics entitled “Staff Issues.” He is part of the management faculty, speakers’ bureau and/or business affiliate for the Seattle Study Club, Jameson Management, and Benco Dental. He also serves as consultant for the ADA’s Council on Dental Practice.

Tim is the past president of and a member of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants, a member of the Speaking Consulting Network and a member of the Society for Human Resources Management.