NALP Webinars

Listen to webinars on all sorts of landscape and lawn care topics. Listen live or access archived webinars any time. You or your team can watch together or whenever it is convenient for you. Did you know that online education earns you CEUs toward Landscape Industry Certified recertification?

Archived Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

How to Approach Local Schools to Promote the Profession
How to Approach Local Schools to Promote the Profession
Tuesday, September 10; 1:30pm EDT

Presented by:

Elizabeth Riley, Department Head, Horticulture Technology & Agricultural Biotechnology, Alamance Community College

Caitlin Clineff, Recruiting Specialist & Company Ambassador, Myatt Landscaping

This informative webinar will cover both sides of the employer/educator relationship when landscape companies partner with schools.

Learn the best ways to plan your year and maximize opportunities to interact with educators and students to promote the industry and build a pipeline of potential employees. Our webinar presenters will discuss best practices for connecting with teachers, participating in and sponsoring school events and activities, and providing activities and work experiences at your business.

Those new to school partnerships, as well as experienced companies, will benefits from the tips shared in this webinar.


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Common Wage & Hour Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Common Wage & Hour Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Time: Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 1:30pm EST

Presented by: Steve Cesare, Human Resources Expert, The Harvest Group

Whether it is overtime, working off the clock, inappropriate wage deductions, or position misclassifications, the number and cost of wage and hour claims continue to rise. This presentation shares real-life examples of the most prevalent wage and hour errors landscapers routinely commit, while providing solutions to ensure compliance, morale, and productivity.

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Silica in the Workplace
Silica in the Workplace
Considerations for the Landscape Professional

Time: Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 1:30pm EST

Presented by: Steve Hamilton, Loss Control Supervisor, Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies

OSHA updated standards for allowable exposure to respirable crystalline silica in 2017. Most employers believed this to be a concern primarily for construction. However, landscape professionals may have exposures that rise to the level of concern. This webinar will give a brief history of the standard, common exposures that landscape professionals may encounter, materials for awareness and general controls to consider when working with possible exposures.

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Why Companies Lose Good People
Why Companies Lose Good People
Time: Thursday, October 24; 1:30pm EDT

Presenter: Mark Hopkins, Regional Vice President, LandCare

It’s almost impossible to build or sustain a healthy business without consistency within its workforce. This is true for both management and field level positions.

Besides making it difficult to grow a business, employee turnover is a direct hit to the bottom line. On average, it cost 20% to 40% of an employee’s annual wage to replace them. This cost comes in many forms, but one thing is certain, excessive turnover is an expense no business can afford.

Good team members leave for a variety of reasons with a few of the most common being;
-Loss of faith and confidence with their leader
-Too little coaching, training and feedback
-Feeling undervalued and/or unappreciated

While there aren’t any silver bullets for employee retention, there are a few key areas in which you can focus. For example:
-Hire the right people in the first place
-Provide transparency
-Create career paths

In this webinar we will cover some of the key reasons good people leave their companies, the impact this has upon the business and some ways to retain these team members.
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Landscape Industry Certified Webinars approved for NALP Landscape Industry Certified recertification at 1 CEU per hour of instruction attended. For more information, please visit NALP's Recertification Center.