Frank McGuire and Anne-Marie Storey to present at Maine HR Convention

By Rudman Winchell Attorney

May 6-9 at the Samoset.

Compliance and Doing the Right Thing. On Wednesday May 7 10:15-11:45: Going paperless on the surface looks like a smart move for the bottom line. Similarly, the expansion of wellness programs and the participation in charitable causes appears to make sense on many fronts. But what happens when you don’t have the paper trail to back up a wage and hour or other legal compliance issue? What risk exposure do you have when an employee or someone else is injured as part of a wellness program or a charity walkathon? Anne-Marie Storey from Rudman Winchell will explore a wide range of unforeseen legal consequences to our impulses to do right; and she will suggest structures to help mitigate these risks so that we can continue to do more of the right thing.

Approved for HR (general) credit by HRCI.

The Latest on the FMLA. TThursday May 8 3:00-4:30: The complex mix of Maine and federal leave requirements challenges even the most savvy HR professional. Frank McGuire and Anne-Marie Storey, attorneys with Rudman Winchell in Bangor, will help you set up a system for tracking leave requests. They also will offer a legal update on recent court decisions and regulatory determinations that affect your ability to discipline employees in leave situations, determine what medical conditions are covered, and impact your return to work procedures. In the process you’ll learn about several unique Maine laws that will influence the direction of your leave policies.

Approved for HR (general) credit by HRCI.

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