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KPA webinar covers reducing negative workplace chatter

KPA webinar covers reducing negative workplace chatter

FAIRFAX, Va. — KPA and The RV Learning Center are offering a free webinar to learn how workplace gossip affects an organization’s bottom line. Participant will also learn about proactive ways to address gossip through proper employee training and communications.

Topics of discussion for, ‘Gossip, Gab & the Grapevine: How to Neutralize Negative Workplace Chatter’:

  • The dangers and effects of gossip in the workplace
  • How managers can deal with gossip
  • Ways to effectively set expectations for employees’ behaviors
  • Steps to reduce gossip in the workplace

Join HR consultant Gregory Arace for this informative and free webinar, provided by the Mike Molino RV Learning Center’s strategic partner KPA, on April 26, from 1-2 p.m. EDT.

Gregory Arace is a KPA HR Consultant. He has 17+ years of human resources experience, ranging in areas from recruitment, benefits, training and development to employee relations. Helping KPA clients accomplish best practices, success on the KPA platform and hiring and retaining great employees give him the greatest satisfaction and career purpose. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. Arace lives in Arvada, Colorado and enjoys playing soccer and golf in his spare time.

Can’t attend the live event? Register anyway by clicking here and you will receive links to the materials for later viewing. Dealer webinars are provided by RVDA’s strategic partner KPA as part of the array of educational offerings available through the RV Learning Center. If you have any questions or feedback, please contact Allyson Lewis at (866) 356-1735 or Karin Van Duyse at the RV Learning Center at (703) 591-7130.

SOURCE: KPA press release

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

One comment

  1. john f chmielewski

    it sounds like you want to squash chatter an gosip in the work force . why dont you check to see if it is just gosip or if there is some merit to it. many places just rite it off as gosip instead of seing if there are problems or why arnt the employes happy in the work force. dont just mask it