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2019 Employment Law Update - 38th Annual Advanced Conference

Seminar: ID# 1003525
2019 Employment Law Update - 38th Annual Advanced Conference
About This Course:
Learn Even More In The Advanced Employment Law Conference
  • NLRB Intends to Re-Write Your Employee Handbooks and Policies
  • ADA: What Makes an Accommodation “Reasonable” (or Un)?
  • Are Your Contractors Really “Independent”? If Not...Beware!
  • What Is The 2016 Definition of “Harassment”? And How Do You Stop It?
  • Retaliation Claims – A Legal Tornado for Employers Grows in Intensity
  • What – and How Much Money - Does It Take to Be “Exempt”?
The Advanced Certificate in Employment Law Conference provides attendees with 2½ days of hard-hitting, up-to-the-minute information on all significant employment law developments. Designed for experienced HR professionals and attorneys, this not-to-be-missed conference receives rave reviews.

You will review actual cases that have recently been decided in district and appellate courts, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court; and discuss how those decisions impact what employers need to be doing in the workplace to conform with these decisions.

The course also discusses any new legislation that might impact employers in these areas.

  • NLRB Intends to Re-Write Your Employee Handbooks and Policies
  • ADA: What Makes an Accommodation “Reasonable” (or Un)?
  • Are Your Contractors Really “Independent”? If Not...Beware!
  • What Is The 2016 Definition of “Harassment”? And How Do You Stop It?
  • Retaliation Claims – A Legal Tornado for Employers Grows in Intensity
  • What – and How Much Money - Does It Take to Be “Exempt” in 2016?

Who Should Attend

Organizations (public, profit, non-profit, government) of all sizes and in virtually every industry have profitably invested in this seminar. Human resource/employment law professionals find that this conference provides the ideal way to get "updated" on all significant employment law topics including discussions about recent district, appellate and supreme court cases.

What You'll Learn:
  • The program is designed to instruct participants in how to analyze, implement and evaluate the relationship between federal regulations and the needs of their organization; and how those relate to maintaining appropriate relationships and working conditions with employees.
  • Because participants will learn the latest in employee and labor relations activities they can better assess how their own corporate policies and procedures fall in line with the federal requirements and if those policies don't meet the requirements, what organizational change activities need to be met in response.
  • Part of the learning process will assist in developing corporate policies and procedures to ensure their compliance with the laws.
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    2019 Employment Law Update - 38th Annual Advanced Conference
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