Managing Labor + Employee Relations Seminar
Approved for 3.75 CLE + HRCI credits
Managing Labor + Employee Relations Seminar will take place Tuesday, March 4,
starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Fawcett Center and will provide valuable
information about best practices and the changing regulations that are
important for employers to know.
The half-day seminar, designed for business owners and professionals in human resources and employment law, will discuss the following topics: reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act; investigating employee claims; information on the Affordable Care Act and the options employers have; and tips on how retaliation claims can be handled and avoided.
A hot breakfast will be served to all attendees.
8:00 a.m. – Registration, breakfast + networking
8:30 a.m. – Case Law + Legislative Update; Larry Feheley
9:00 a.m. – What is Reasonable Accommodation under ADA?; Kailee Goold
Changes in reasonable accommodation analysis under the Americans with Disabilities Act will be discussed, along with a discussion of what can be considered reasonable accommodation. Strategies and methods for employers on how to legally handle accommodation requests will be offered.
9:45 a.m. – Investigating Employee Claims; Jeff Miller
Properly conducting investigations of employee claims is an important tool for employers to have. Jeff will discuss how claims should be handled in order to help determine the facts and will give tips on legally compliant ways of investigating complaints.
10:30 a.m. – Break
Ralph and Tom will present a general update regarding the Affordable Care Act and will explore options employers have, such as turning to the Health Insurance Marketplace, self-insurance or choosing to not cover employees altogether.
11:30 a.m. – Why You Always Picking On Me?; Brendan Feheley
Brendan will discuss retaliation in the workplace and examine the activities that could constitute a retaliation claim. He’ll look to recent cases to give employers strategies on how to handle employee harassment and discrimination complaints in order to avoid retaliation claims.
12:30 p.m. – Questions + Answers
Registration + Fee
Please register by Tuesday, February 25, by clicking the RSVP button below or by contacting Ashton Lahman, firstname.lastname@example.org or or (614) 255-5515. There is a $75.00 fee to attend this program. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards (except American Express) the day of the seminar. We also accept credit card payments in advance by telephone.