AICC: Workforce Sticky Situations / Free Webinar

AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, with AICC member Stambaugh Ness, is offering a free webinar, Workforce Sticky Situations – Prevention Before Investigation, on Tuesday, September 26. 

This webinar will address two complex issues for HR professionals: 

Abuse of FMLA/ADA/Workers’ Compensation

Every year millions of employees utilize FMLA, ADA, and Workers’ Compensation for legitimate and perfectly legal reasons. However, abuse of these benefits is more common than you think. It is essential for companies to fully understand medical benefit abuse prevention and management before it becomes a sticky situation.

Managing Discrimination Investigations

Workplace investigations are often the most challenging and stressful situations for HR professionals. Investigations are time-consuming, complex, and involve what can seem like an overwhelming number of responsibilities. While laws and training have gone a long way to combat discrimination against protected classes, it is still an issue that many organizations face. These discrimination situations can quickly accelerate from 0 to 50, requiring companies to respond and launch an investigation immediately. 

Instructor Kristi Weierbach is the Managing Director, Workforce Advisory at Stambaugh Ness and holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Management.

This is a free webinar, but the recording will only be available for individual purchase or with the All Access Pass. With busy schedules, it is not always possible to participate in a webinar at its scheduled time. The All Access Pass allows all employees to watch webinar recordings on their schedule and revisit them to ensure they have absorbed the vital information. Learn more at

Register for Workforce Sticky Situations – Prevention Before Investigation at

Questions about training and the value a well-trained workforce brings to a company can be directed to Taryn Pyle, Director of Education & Leadership Development,, or Chelsea May, Education and Training Manager, or 703.836.2422.