ADVANCED HR SEMINAR – Major New Developments
MAJOR NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN EMPLOYMENT LAW ADVANCED HR SEMINAR
This advanced seminar will comprehensively address major employment law developments, trends and challenges.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 – 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Continental Breakfast and Catered Lunch Included
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! EMPLOYMENT LAW ADVANCED HR SEMINAR
Wednesday – October 23, 2019 – 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
(Comprehensive Materials, Forms, Sample Letters, HALLOWEEN GIFTS AND DOOR PRIZES, Continental Breakfast, Catered Lunch Included)
Who Should Attend: HR and Upper Management positions
Location: Best Western Vista Inn at the Airport – 2645 Airport Way, Boise
This advanced seminar will address the following topics:
- ADVANCED Analysis – Managing Worker Medical Conditions and Restrictions – Comprehensive instruction on the Americans with Disabilities Act – Analysis of disability employment laws, specifically the Americans with Disabilities Act, temporary versus permanent disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, reasonable accommodation assessments, employers’ responsibilities and rights in handling medical restrictions and/or accommodation requests, ADA confidentiality laws including what can be communicated to family members or healthcare providers, terminations due to medical inability to perform the job, recent case decisions in this highly litigated area, sample letters and forms for use in the required interactive process.
- UPCOMING 2020 Changes to FLSA Wage and Hour Regulations – Review of 2020 changes
- Social Media – In this quickly evolving area of employment law, this section will evaluate the new case decisions, NLRB opinions and trends regarding recruiting, monitoring or disciplining/termination employees for social media content, balancing freedom of speech and off-duty privacy with your company’s legal exposure to harassment, defamation or other employment lawsuits.
- Employer’s Rights with Regard to Disciplining Off-Duty Conduct – There is much confusion among owners and HR regarding their legal responsibilities and rights relating to off-duty conduct of supervisors, line workers or other staff members. This is one of the most commonly understood legal areas yet it poses significant legal risk. This section will address legal risks posed by workers’ off-duty conduct, and what you may (or must) do.
- Employment Contracts? Is this Still a Viable Option – Given significant changes in various state and federal regulations, this section will evaluate the legal pros/cons and enforceability of employment contracts, including but not limited to, non-disclosure agreements, non-competes, non-solicitations, anti-raiding, confidentiality, non-disparagement and severance agreements. It will include the top ten corporate pitfalls in contract usage.
- Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege – Overview of attorney-client and attorney work product privilege, including steps clients can take to protect its employment-related communications and documentation from future subpoenas and/or waiver.
MNW Member Registration Fee: $329 per person; $299 per person if two or more
(Members registering on-line should log in as member to receive discount; Members will be billed in normal monthly billing cycle; members do not pay on-line) Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need your login information. MEMBERS WHO FAIL TO LOG IN WILL PAY NON-MEMBER PRICES.
Non-Member Registration Fee: $359 per person; $339 per person if two or more attendees (Payment will be due on-line when non-member registers)
Class size is limited so register early to guarantee a spot. Since class size is restricted, registrations are non-refundable and may not be cancelled. The registration is transferable to another attendee for the same session.