William Hubbartt

William Hubbartt

William S. Hubbartt MSIR, SPHR has over 30 years experience in human resource management including positions in industry, corporate, education, government and consulting. Hubbartt holds a MS Degree in Industrial Relations from Loyola University of Chicago. He was awarded a lifetime accreditation as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), from the Human Resource Certification Institute.

William S. Hubbartt is a former EEOC Federal Investigator who handled investigations and achieved resolutions of employment discrimination complaints. Previously, Mr. Hubbartt was President of Hubbartt & Associates for 25 years, providing human resources consulting services for 300+ firms in the Chicago area and nationally. He is a former WCC and JJC Adjunct Instructor in Human Resources. Hubbartt has published over 75 articles in national publications. Hubbartt holds a M.S. degree in Industrial Relations from Loyola University of Chicago. Mr. Hubbartt is the author of fiction and non-fiction materials including Personnel Policy Handbook - How to Prepare a Manual that Works, Performance Appraisal Manual for Managers and Supervisors, What Every Employee Ought to Know About Performance Appraisal, What You Ought to Know About Participating in Employee Committees and Work Teams, The New Battle Over Workplace Privacy, The Medical Privacy Rule- A Guide for Employers and Health care Providers, The HIPAA Privacy Sourcebook, The HIPAA Security Rule- A Guide for Employers and Health care Providers, and Achieving Performance Results – Boosting Performance in the Virtual Workplace.

Hubbartt authors the “Drawing a Line” blog, a WordPress blog that offers insights and information for individuals concerned about sexual and other forms of harassment occurring on the job.
Web Sites:
www.hubbartt.com

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William Hubbartt joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the elements of a successful manager of remote workers, including thinking about the other person(s) involved, and especially practicing with the technology.
William Hubbartt joins Jim Blasingame to report on the many factors that have pushed the legacy workplace into a 21st century, remote-heavy model, and why you’ll have to manage this landscape going forward.
William Hubbart joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the challenges of multiple generation workplaces, including creating an environment and culture of respect and tolerance, and how to capitalize on our differences.