Wednesdays, April 5 - 26, from 12 pm to 1:30 p.m. Instructor: Carol Eliason

It’s Possible!

Imagine hiring and retaining great employees, providing cost-effective benefits that are motivating to them, and engaging employees who aren't yet fully on board with your company’s goals and mission.

Evidence shows that well-trained people managers enjoy less turnover and more highly engaged employees—leading to greater profitability—than untrained people managers.

This informative and interactive class will focus on best practices and legal compliance issues to help your people managers create high-performing teams.

  • Session One: The art and science of employee management, including employment law compliance best practices
  • Session Two: Finding and selecting strong team members
  • Session Three: Helping employees succeed (or find employment elsewhere)
  • Session Four: Aligning rewards and benefits to build a strong workplace culture

About the Presenter:

Carol Eliason Nibley, SPHR, GPHR, and Principal Consultant at PeopleServe, has more than 25 years of experience in human resources, most recently serving as Vice President of Human Resources for a technology company in Utah County. Two companies where Carol has led the HR function won local and national best workplace awards. Carol has taught HR courses at Mountainland Technical College and other settings for over 12 years.


The cost is $150 per person, and the Custom Fit Price is $112 per person.

To register:

  1. Enroll at:
  2. Then, sign up for the Custom Fit discount

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out:

Participant Testimonials:

  • “I really appreciated this class. It has made me excited about what I will do again. I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute.”
  • “I feel like I should take this course once a year to remind me of EVERYTHING. I always felt like I learned a TON, and it was presented in an engaging, professional, fact-based manner.”
  • • “One of the things that I've enjoyed the most is watching the instructor and the passion that she has for human resources. Her excitement spills over in class, and that's what makes it fun.”
  • “I learned something that I can use on my job in every class.”