Make sure your policies and procedures are in compliance with all of the recent changes to Federal employment law.
A number of significant changes to Federal employment law have taken place in recent years. These changes affected employers’ obligations in areas such as hiring, wages, discrimination, and termination. During this topic, we will: (1) review significant changes in recent years; (2) discuss the current state of the law and anticipated changes in employment law (including EEO developments, leave laws, ADA updates, and examples and case studies); and (3) suggest ways to be compliant with these changes. If employers have not already done so, they should review and revise their policies and procedures to ensure they are in compliance with these changes.
- You will be able to discuss how to get on the same page.
- You will be able to review labor and employment law under two-plus years into the Trump administration.
- You will be able to describe what to expect in 2020.
- You will be able to recognize how to ensure employment law compliance in the changing employment law environment.
Getting on the Same Page
- The Laws That Apply to Your Business
- The Governmental Agencies You Are Likely to Encounter
- The Administrative and Litigation Landscape
Labor and Employment Law Under Two Plus Years Into the Trump Administration
- Top Court Decisions
- Top Legislative/Regulatory Changes
- Other Employment Law Changes
2020 - What to Expect
- Administrative: EEOC, NLRB, DOL, Other Agency Issues
Ensuring Employment Law Compliance in the Changing Employment Law Environment
- NLRB: At Will Statements, Social Media, Access Policies, and More
Burton D. Garland, Jr.,
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
- Shareholder at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
- Practice includes union avoidance counseling and campaigns, elections, objections to elections, R-Case strategy and litigation, collective bargaining, strikes and injunctions, arbitration, and unfair labor practice charges before the National Labor Relations Board
- Employment practice includes litigating employment discrimination matters under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, the Federal False Claims Act, and the various state counterparts to these federal laws
- Practice includes advising clients on employment-related matters and drafting personnel policies, employment contracts, severance agreements, and employee handbooks
- J.D. degree, St. Louis University School of Law; M.B.A. degree, St. Louis University; B.S.B.A. degree, University of Arizona
- Can be contacted at 314-802-3953 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This live webinar is designed for human resource professionals, business owners and managers, benefits and payroll professionals, operations managers, presidents, vice presidents, supervisors, managers, controllers, accountants and attorneys.