Labor & Employment Seminar: How to Stay Ahead of Changing Workplace Laws
Understanding and responding to today’s ever-changing workplace regulations could be compared to hitting a moving target. Fluid issues such as the NLRB’s view on social media policies which impact all employers or an EEOC initiative to turn charges into class allegations -- make it crucial to understand the far-reaching impact changing employment laws could have on your organization.
Thank you for joining us at our annual Labor & Employment seminar
Dinsmore Labor & Employment attorneys helped human resources professionals, in-house attorneys and managers navigate and understand evolving laws and regulations to ensure compliance. During this year’s session, we discussed:
Employment policies and processes in light of recent legal developments, including social media policies, confidentiality and non-disparagement policies, and challenges to independent contractor status
Recent EEOC initiatives and anti-discrimination legal developments including stance on criminal background checks and pregnancy discrimination
Recent legal developments and trends, immigration, litigation holds, e-discovery trends and EPLI
The following CLE credit has was approved –
Ohio - 3.25 general credits
Kentucky - 3.25 general credits
Indiana - 3.3 general credits
SHRM credit was approved for 3.0 General Credit Hours.
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