Rudman Winchell's Employment Law Team Presents Annual Employment Law Seminar
Friday November 9, 2012 at Hollywood Casino
This seminar is FREE
TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
New Developments in Employment Law
A summary of new Legislation and new cases of note affecting employers and employment laws.
New Developments in Workers Compensation Law: A summary of new developments in workers compensation legislation, new cases, changes at the Workers' Compensation Board, and new procedures being followed by the Board.
Electronically Stored Information – Texting, Social Media, Etc.
An overview of a variety of legal issues that continue to be raised by uses of Face book, social media, texting, and other electronic means of communication in ways that touch upon the workplace. Issues discussed will include discovery of such information in litigation, recovery of data from departing employees, uses of private devices and accounts for work-related purposes, employee privacy and employer ability to access data, and pronouncements from the National Labor Relations Board, among others.
Family and Medical Leave Act update: A discussion of new cases and developments under federal and state FMLA.
National Labor Relations Board developments: This talk will focus on continuing developments under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act affecting employers in the absence of any union activity, such as impact on at-will employment policies and instructions to employees to keep quiet about pending investigations, as well as other current and expected labor law developments.
Other Ways For Employers To Get In Or Stay Out of Trouble: This interactive session will highlight a collection of risk avoidance and prevention issues, before and during litigation, or sad stories of employers who did neither.
· Free parking is available in the Hollywood Casino Parking Garage.
· The conference room is on the first floor, not far from the hotel lobby.
· Doors open at 7:30. Continental breakfast and coffee will be available.
· Seminar begins at 8:00. We will take two 15 minute breaks during the morning.
· We have applied for this seminar to be HRCI accredited.
For more information or to register please e-mail Jeff Solari at: email@example.com
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