DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Roadmap to Advanced Human Resources and Employment Law Essentials: 2-Day In-Person Seminar" conference to their offering.
- Are You Prepared for the New Presidential Administration?
- Is your company at risk for non-compliance?
- Is your company a lawsuit waiting to happen?
2017 comes in with a lot of uncertainties. With a new administration in the white house, employers can expect drastic change, which may affect and impact your organization. Additionally, employment lawsuits are on the rise. Last year, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforcement collected $372.1 million in monetary damages, the highest recovery in agency history. Also, for the last three years, the EEOC reported a record high number of claims filed by employees.
When employers are not properly prepared for workplace issues, companies could face discrimination suits, litigation, settlements, lawyer fees, unplanned expenses, employee turnover, morale issues, and possible negative community image. This Advanced Human Resources and Employment Law Seminar will assist companies in being prepared for the new administration, maintaining employment law compliance, as well as litigation avoidance.
Whether you are in a medium sized company or a large corporation, possessing knowledge of employment laws and HR practices are essential to business success. The number of employment laws/issues you have to be aware of can be overwhelming. In this seminar, you will learn how to deal with confusing human resource situations and how to apply employment laws correctly.
Are you prepared to protect your organization? The average lawsuit is $165,000 without lawyer fees. If the case goes to trial it could cost $1,000,000 or more! Also, non-compliance of employment laws can land you in jail. Be prepared!
Can You Answer the questions below?
- Are your exempt employees compliant?
- What are the top 2 EEOC complaints and how can you protect yourself?
- What are the top 20 COSTLY mistakes made in the hiring process?
- David is a receptionist and works at the front desk where he personally serves 50 customers/day. David recently added multiple noticeable tattoos and a nose ring. David tells you that he cannot cover the tattoos or remove the nose ring because of his religion. What do you do?
- What are the signs of a potentially violent worker in the workplace?
- How does the ADA and FMLA requirements compare regarding intermittent or occasional leave?
- John is a single father who was sentenced to prison for 5 years. While John is in prison, John's sister Pam takes care of his 6-year old daughter? Is Pam eligible for FMLA leave?
- Jane works two jobs at ABC Company. She works as a non-exempt Office Assistant and as an Exempt Coordinator. Is Jane exempt or non-exempt?
If you cannot answer all of the above questions, please attend this information packed seminar to help protect your organization.
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