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Holiday HR

Presented by Gary Wheeler at Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP
Hosted by hrsimple

On December 12th at CT Gary Wheeler from Constangy Brooks, Smith, and Prophete LLP will be presenting our Holiday HR webinar! This webinar will cover workplace issues that typically come up during the holiday season. We'll talk about the following:  Holiday parties, gift exchanges, apparel, and decorations – Establishing or reminding employees about expectations. Year-end bonuses – Will paying bonuses require payment of more overtime wages? Juggling time-off requests and managing absenteeism – Do employees who follow the rules get penalized while those who abuse them get away with...

Planning for Predictive Scheduling: What Chicago Employers Need to Know

Presented by Stephanie L. Aranyos and Thomas E. Deer at Ogletree Deakins
Hosted by Ogletree Deakins
Clients: $49 Non-Clients: $99

Chicago’s Fair Workweek Ordinance, one of the nation’s most sweeping predictive scheduling measures, is scheduled to take effect on July 1, 2020. The law calls for major changes to the scheduling, payroll, and timekeeping practices of employers in the building services, healthcare, hotel, manufacturing, restaurant, retail, and warehouse services industries. Join attorneys from Ogletree Deakins’ Chicago and New York City offices as they detail the strict requirements of the law, discuss best practices for compliance, and review lessons learned from New York City’s Fair Workweek Law. Topics will include the following: • Covered industries and employees • Good faith estimates

20 Important Things HR Professionals Should Know

Presented by Mary M. Krakow and Kristin LeBre at Fredrikson & Byron
Hosted by Fredrikson & Byron

HR professionals know they need legal knowledge and more for success. Attendees will learn 20 key rules and strategies for effective and successful HR work performance from pre-hire to post-termination. Register here

Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

Presented by Emily S. Pontius and Ingrid N. Culp at Fredrikson & Byron
Hosted by Fredrikson & Byron

Mental illnesses, including anxiety and depression, pose special challenges for employees and employers. This session will discuss practical ways to accommodate employees, handle questioning co-workers and continue to manage performance through difficult times. Register here

NY 2019 - 2020 Legislative preview

Presented by Frank Kerbein at The Business Council of New York State, Inc.
Hosted by The Business Council of New York State, Inc.
Free for BCNYS members / $99 for non-members

What will they think of next? We’ll preview the 2020 NYS Legislative Session to see what’s on the horizon for human resources/labor law and how you can prepare.

To Be or Not To Be An Independent Contractor

Presented by SkarlatosZonarich
Hosted by SkarlatosZonarich
Free (including breakfast)

SkarlatosZonarich is partnering with Harristown Enterprises to host a complimentary breakfast series, relating to the following hot Employment Law topics:  Ban the Box: Preparing for a Ban on Asking Applicants About Criminal Background (September 26th) Wage and Hour: State and Federal Misconceptions (October 17th) Alphabet Soup: ADA, FMLA, WC and more (November 21st) To Be or Not To Be An Independent Contractor (January 16th) The Series, designed to be both interactive and informative, will be held at the offices of SkarlatosZonarich beginning at 8:30 AM with Networking/Breakfast. The Program will continue from 8:45 AM - 10...

HR: How To Seminar

Hosted by Missouri Chamber of Commerce
Members: $199 Non-Members: $249

Join us for a deep dive into the issues that matter most to Missouri’s workforce professionals and human resources practitioners. This is the perfect opportunity to keep up with the fast-changing HR industry and make sure your business is on top of the latest trends and knowledgeable about new potential legal pitfalls.   Register here

Past Webinars

Military Leave

Workplace Investigations

Handling Real World Problems

Zoinks! Generation Z joins the workplace

I-9 Compliance

Workplace investigations - what to do before and after a complaint

Transgender issues in the workplace

Romance in the Workplace

Unconscious bias - whether you realize it or not

Holiday Ready Human Resources Happens, Right?

Not Suitable for Work?

Effective documentation and employment audits

"Ban the Box" turns 20: What employers need to know about the current framework

Managing health-based leaves of absences

Performance Management Strategies: Finding Common G.R.O.U.N.D.

Recruit better – reach Hire

MeToo includes employers

Thinking about cybersecurity for human resources professionals

Changes after Trump's first year – what's new for employers?

The office . . . and marijuana

Top State and Federal Employment Issues to Look for in 2017

I-9 Changes & Immigration Update

Murky Waters: Successfully Navigating an EEOC Investigation and Litigation

Employment Issues for Federal Contractors

Steps for Effective Hiring and Recruitment

The EEOC’s Proposed Guidance of Retaliation: What You Need to Know

Employer Handbooks – How Do You Decide What to Put in Them?

New Overtime Regulations and Other FLSA Issues

OSHA 2016 Update: Increased Penalties, More Reporting and Other Trends

I-9, E-Verify And Immigration Compliance: 2016 Update

Who is a Federal Subcontractor According to the OFCCP?

Where Are My Employees? Managing FMLA and ADA Absences!

How to Manage Workplace Romance - Best Practices

To Be or Not to Be: An Employee or An Independent Contractor

Are You Ready for the Reporting Obligations Under the Affordable Care Act?

The Transitioning Legal Landscape of Transgender Workplace Rights: What Employers Need to Know

Zero Injuries and Best Practices in Workplace Safety Webinar Series: How to Conduct Workplace Investigations Webinar Series: The New Exemption Regulations…Coming Soon To Your Workplace! Webinar Series- Independent Contractors: DOL Narrows Definition Webinar Series: Privacy and Social Media in the Workplace Webinar Series: Conducting Legally Compliant Background Checks