ADVANCED HR/MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

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November 14, 2018 – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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ADVANCED HR/MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

This advanced seminar will comprehensively address major employment law developments, trends and challenges.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 – 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Continental Breakfast and Catered Lunch Included

Attendees: HR and Management positions with extensive personnel experience

Location: Best Western Vista Inn at the Airport – 2645 Airport Way, Boise

This advanced seminar will comprehensively address major employment law developments, trends and challenges. Issues covered will include the following:

  • How Secret Recordings are Changing the Workplace –Employees are recording just about everything in the workplace whether it be audio or videotaping. Can you prevent it, discipline it, do it? State laws are inconsistent and vary depending upon where the recording is initiated or received. Federal laws have separate focuses. Most employers do not fully understand one-party and two-party consent laws or the other variations and exceptions to these laws, especially new statutory changes. This is a critical topic on a major workplace employee trend.
  • Rethinking Drug Testing Policies – With low unemployment rates, a growing number of state laws legalizing marijuana and the rapidly changing views on this topic by candidates and safety experts, many employers are rethinking drug testing policies. This section will review trends, options and legal ramifications. Sample policies including more progressive and/or alternative drug and alcohol options will be provided for consideration.
  • The Resurgence of “Failure to Hire” Litigation – Overview of cases and best practices to avoid the growing area of failing to hire a candidate.
  • Fostering an LGBTQ-Friendly Workplace – This section covers equal protection laws relating to gender identity and sexual orientation, best practices of companies who champion equality, and handling the intersection of religion and sexual orientation in the workplace.
  • Wage and Hour Update –Wage and hour class actions are the number one lawsuit today. After several years, the U.S. Department of Labor has finally commenced issuing opinion letters. This section will review these opinion letters and other major case decisions from 2017-2018.

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 pball@mnwlegal.com if you need your login information. MEMBERS WHO FAIL TO LOG IN WILL PAY NON-MEMBER PRICES.

Non-Member Registration Fee: $359 per person; $329 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.

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