Human Resource Law: A Primer on Labor and Employment Law
Title: Human Resource Law
Host: The National Business Institute
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Location: Sheraton Wilmington South Hotel (365 Airport Road, New Castle, DE 19720)
Registration: Online Here
Join Robert W. Small, Partner in Reger Rizzo & Darnall’s Employment Practices Group, and Robert J. Foster, Partner in our Insurance Practices and Litigation Group, as they join an esteemed panel of colleagues to present a full-day seminar on Human Resources Law for the National Business Institute.
The program will feature an in-depth discussion on human resource compliance, offering insight and tips into how businesses and employers can proactively defend themselves against employment-related litigation. Topics to be discussed include: employee handbooks – what they should and should not contain; the advantages and pitfalls of various employment-related policies; alternative dispute resolution options as alternatives to traditional employment-related litigation; a discussion on wage and hour exemption requirements; how to stay compliant with both federal and state WARN Act requirements with regard to employee layoffs; how social media policies can affect your workplace; and how to thoroughly, and legally, conduct employee investigations.
This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for Human Resource executives, accountants, attorneys, Attorneys, and presidents, vice presidents, CEOs, and owners of companies.
This course has been approved for 6 hours of Continuing Legal Education credits (CLE); 6 hours of Human Resource Certification Institute credits; 0.60 hours of International Association for Continuing Education Training credits; 7 hours of CPE credits for accountants (from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy); and 6 hours of continuing education credits from the Society for Human Resource Management.