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You will review actual cases that have recently been decided in district and appellate courts, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court; and discuss how those decisions impact what employers need to be doing in the workplace to conform with these decisions.
The course also discusses any new legislation that might impact employers in these areas.
- The program is designed to instruct participants in how to analyze, implement and evaluate the relationship between federal regulations and the needs of their organization; and how those relate to maintaining appropriate relationships and working conditions with employees.
- Because participants will learn the latest in employee and labor relations activities they can better assess how their own corporate policies and procedures fall in line with the federal requirements and if those policies don't meet the requirements, what organizational change activities need to be met in response.
- Part of the learning process will assist in developing corporate policies and procedures to ensure their compliance with the laws.
Who Should Attend
Organizations (public, profit, non-profit, government) of all sizes and in virtually every industry have profitably invested in this seminar. 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.
The conference is presented by charismatic and highly-experienced instructors, whose insight, wit, and energy assure you of a memorable and exceptionally valuable experience. Presenters include: Raymond M. Deeny, Esq. and John F. Wymer III, Esq., both of Sherman &Howard
Day 1 and Day 2: 8:00am-4:00pm; Day 3: 8:00am-12:00pm.
Continuing Education Credit
This conference has been approved for 16.75 (General) re-certification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI); 16.75 PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP through the Society for Human Resource Management; plus Continuing Legal Education in many states. You can also earn recertification credit for professional designations offered by: the American Staffing Association, the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (CEBS), the Human Capital Institute and the National Association of Personnel Services.
How You Receive Your Certificate
The Advanced Certificate in Employment Law is awarded after a participant attends the full 2½ day conference. No examinations are given. These handsome certificates are mailed three to four weeks after the end of the conference.