Employment Law Update - HR Employment Law
Prevent the financially crippling employee claims
and lawsuits that plague employers in hard financial times. Register for this
seminar and get the money-saving employment savvy your company has been looking
Let local experts teach you how to create compliant practices and bulletproof
policies. With a slew of responsibilities already on your plate, how can you
keep up with all the new developments? Easy - enroll today and discover the
latest techniques to keep your company out of trouble.
Benefits for You
- Keep off the DOL's radar by correctly
classifying your employees
- Get a roadmap to develop and implement
policies and practices
- Social media is changing the way we
understand the issues this creates in the workplace
- Rise to the challenge of handling today's most
pressing workplace issues, including harassment claims
8:00 am 8:30 am Registration
8:30 am 9:35 am Hiring, Disciplining, Firing, and RIFs Some Best
Lawrence B. Morse, Esq.
- Asking Applicants the Right Questions Pre- and
- Disciplining Policies That Are Fair,
Progressive, and Documented
- Terminating Employment so as to Prevent
Lawsuits and Other Harms
- Reductions in Force How to Make
Layoffs Legal and Workable
9:35 am 10:40 am Everything You Need to Know to Keep You Out of Trouble
Jeanne M. Colachico, Esq.
- 'Must Have' Policies for Your Employment
- Most Common Mistakes Employers Make in
Drafting a Handbook and How to Avoid Them
- Recent Changes That May Require Your Handbook
to Be Updated
- Properly Implementing and Communicating
- Contract and 'At-Will' Employment Issues in
10:40 am 10:50 am Break
10:50 am 12:00 pm The High Price of Misclassification: Are You Properly
Classifying Independent Contractors, Temps, Interns and Volunteers?
William E. Hannum III
- Nationwide Overview of the Independent
- Detailed Review of Massachusetts' Independent
- How Do You Sort Out Which Workers May Be
Eligible for Which Benefits?
- When Is a 'Temp' No Longer Temporary?
- Does Your Organization Have to Pay Interns?
- When Can an Organization Lawfully Have
12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch (On Your Own)
1:00 pm 2:05 pm Facebook®, Google+®, Twitter® and Other Social Media:
Taming the Beast
Jessica L. Herbster
- Using Social Media as a Recruiting and
- Potential Legal Risks for Both Employers and
- Practical Tips for Protecting Employers
2:05 pm 3:10 pm Sexual Harassment
Julie A. Moore, Esq., SPHR
- Defining and Understanding What Constitutes
- Implementing Appropriate Prevention
Strategies, Including Proper Policies and Training
- Knowing Appropriate Responses When on Notice
of an Employee Concern
- Conducting Fair, Prompt and Reasonable
- Using Preventative and Corrective Measures as
a Shield to Liability
3:10 pm 3:20 pm Break
3:20 pm 4:30 pm 2012 Employment Law Update
Donald R. Bumiller, Esq.
- Common Employee Allegations and Defenses
- Traps for the Unwary
- Recent Case Law
Who Should Attend?
This seminar is designed for human resource managers, operations managers,
presidents, vice presidents, supervisors, managers, controllers, accountants and
Continuing Education Units
Only registered attendee will receive continuing
education credit. Additional attendees can receive continuing education credits
at a discounted price.
Lorman Education Services is an approved provider through the American Payroll
Association. This seminar is approved for 6.5 RCHs.
This course has been approved by The Florida Bar for 8.0 hours of CLE credit.
This course has been approved by The Florida Bar Certification Plan in the area
of Labor and Employment for 6.00 hours. Course classification: Intermediate
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the
Supreme Court of New Jersey for 8.0 hours of total CLE credit.
This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education
Board for 6.5 hours of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credit.
This program has been approved for 6.5 recertification credit hours toward
general recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more
information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR
Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.
This course has been reviewed and approved for inclusion in the Human Resource
Professional Development Certificate Program and qualifies for 1.0 credit.