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2020 Employment Law Update – 39th Annual Advanced Conference (Orlando, United States - October 26-27, 2020)

  • ID: 4850475
  • Conference
  • Location: Orlando, United States
  • Institute for Applied Management and Law
  • Conference Dates: October 26-27, 2020
until Mar 30th 2020
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This conference is an annual exploration of the most significant developments in labor and employment law, as well as new legislation and emerging trends.  Over two days, you will review cases that have recently been decided in district, appellate courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. The conference will discuss how those decisions impact what employers need to be doing to conform with these decisions.  

Designed for experienced employee relations/human resources professionals and attorneys, the 2020 Employment Law Update – 39th Annual Conference features superb faculty, important topics, and great peer networking opportunities.  A not-to-be-missed conference! 

Learning objectives for this conference include: 

  • You will better understand how to analyze and evaluate the relationship between federal regulations and the needs of your organization; and how they relate to maintaining appropriate relationships and working conditions. 
  • Ensuring your organizational personnel and management policies and practices conform to these various regulations. 
  • Be able solve problems that require more context and deeper analytical thinking.
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  • Millennials Rock.  Baby Boomers?  Bad Fit.  Technology and the ADEA Collide.
  • What Good Is an Employee Who Isn’t at Work?  Twenty-Five Years After the FMLA, Are Employers Managing Leaves or Are Leaves Managing Employers?
  • Employee Handbooks: Why Even have One?  The Differences Between an Effective and Ineffective Handbook.
  • Labor Law: Three Years in To the New “Trump NLRB.”  What’s Different?  What’s Not?  And What happens in 2021?
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act: What Makes an Accommodation Reasonable or Unreasonable?  What Makes a Function Essential or Non-essential?   Yes, There Really Are Answers to Those Questions.
  • Minimum Wage, Overtime, Exempt Status, Collective Actions, Class Action Waivers: Is There Hope for Employers? 
  • Whistle-Blowers and Retaliation: The Claim de Jour.  How to Win Retaliation Claims and How to Avoid Them.
  • New Frontiers in Discrimination Law:  Transgender Issues, Sex Harassment and the #MeToo Movement, and More. 
  • Workplace Investigations:  A Refresher, with Do’s, Don’t’s and Maybe’s.
  • IAML Open Forum So that everyone’s employment law questions can be answered, there will be an “open forum” session that will provide you with an opportunity to ask questions regarding topics that were not covered.

Please note: Because of the dynamic changes taking place in employment law, the providers will make every effort to ensure that the program content presented is timely and includes all new significant developments in the area of employment law. Therefore, we reserve the right to modify the curriculum and/or instructors when such changes are deemed beneficial.

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Organizations (public, private, non-profit, government) of all sizes and in virtually every industry have profitably invested in these conferences. Human resource/employment law professionals find that this conference provides the ideal way to get "updated" on all significant employment law topics including discussions about recent district, appellate and supreme court cases.

Job titles of attendees include:

  • Administrative Supervisor
  • Associate Director, Strategic HR
  • Management
  • Associate Relations Director
  • Attorney
  • Chief Counsel, Labor & Employment
  • Compliance Manager
  • Corporate Director, Training &
  • Development
  • Dispute Resolution Manager
  • Diversity Affairs Director
  • EEO Officer
  • Employee & Labor Relations Manager
  • Employee Development Director
  • Employee Engagement Supervisor
  • Employee Relations Specialist
  • Field Human Resources Director
  • General Counsel
  • Global People Services Advisor
  • HR Business Support Director
  • Human Resources Business Partner
  • Human Resources Consultant
  • Human Resources Director
  • Human Resources Generalist
  • Human Resources Site Manager
  • Labor & Employment Attorney
  • Labor Relations Representative
  • Legal Services Director
  • Organizational Effectiveness Manager
  • Paralegal
  • Partner
  • Personnel Director
  • Regional Employee Relations Manager
  • Risk Manager
  • Shared Services Director
  • Sr. Director, People & Culture
  • Sr. Director, Talent Management
  • Sr. Leadership Development Manager
  • Sr. People Officer
  • Sr. Vice President, HR Branding
  • Staffing Director
  • Strategic Business Partner
  • Talent Acquisition Director
  • Talent Management Advisor
  • Team Relations Leader
  • Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
  • Vice President, Human Capital Capabilities
  • Vice President, Human Resources
  • Workforce Relations Director
  • Workplace Ethics Manager
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This sprawling, high-end resort is 2 miles from Walt Disney World Resort and 4 miles from Disney's Typhoon Lagoon.

Polished rooms have flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (fee), plus minibars and coffeemakers. Some have views of the resort, the pool and/or the golf course. Suites add balconies, patios and/or pull-out sofas.

Dining options include upscale Japanese and grill restaurants, a casual Italian eatery, and a coffee shop, along with a poolside bar. There's a water park with a 200-ft slide and a kids' splash park, as well as a nightly laser show. Other amenities include a golf course, a spa and a gym, plus 338,000 sq ft of event space.

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