Anne-Marie Storey to Present at 2016 Maine HR Convention
Rudman Winchell Attorney Anne-Marie Storey will be presenting two sessions at the 2016 Maine HR Convention. The annual event will be held May 10-13 at the Samoset in Rockport.
Below is a description of her sessions. For more info visit: The Maine HR Convention website
MegaSession 3: Legal Path for the New Practitioner
Thinking like a lawyer is a daunting task for those in the early stages of an HR career. How do you navigate the myriad laws impacting the workplace? How do you become competent at issue spotting, investigating, creating a paper trail (or not), and exercising good judgment? Anne-Marie Storey, from Rudman Winchell in Bangor, will engage you in a series of discussions on hiring practices and performance issues. Those discussions will illuminate some key issues from the world of employment law. They also serve as the jumping off point for building your HR tool kit. Learn how to ask great questions. Know the source of potential compliance problems. Enhance your record-keeping skills. Understand when you need to pursue matters with others in your company and when you will need the counsel of a good employment law attorney.
Tracks: Legal & Compliance. New Practitioner.
Applying for HRCI general credit and SHRM credit.
Early Bird: Legal Year-in-Review
Get the Monkey Off Your Back! Please join Anne-Marie Storey, an attorney with Rudman Winchell in Bangor, Maine, as she tells some of the best employment law “storeys” of the year. Known for her incisive and FUN analysis, Anne-Marie will review legal developments that impact day-to-day life in the HR world. You’ll be able to catalogue the information with these objectives in mind: 1) How to establish policies and practices that avoid workplace litigation; 2) How to recognize an employment law issue in its nascent stage, when you might be able to mitigate the situation; and 3) What to do should an employment law claim blossom. And as for the monkey? You’ll have to be in the room to see!
Tracks: Legal & Compliance. Also suggested for new practitioners.