Hot Topics: Labor & Employment Law Update
Ain't Nobody Got Time for That
Temporary apparently doesn’t mean temporary any more. Both the NLRB and the DOL have taken new steps to significantly restrict the definition of temporary employee. So, we all need to take some time to make sure our temps are in fact temps and not our employees.
It’s 10 a.m.: Do You Know Where Your Employees Are and What They’re Up To?
Old technology allows you to record employees by audio and video; new technology allows you to track employees by GPS. How do old and new laws affect employee privacy?
Is Sunlight Really the Best Disinfectant? Or Do Loose Lips Sink Ships?
The EEOC urges employers to conduct prompt, confidential investigations of workplace complaints. Meanwhile, the NLRB rejects seemingly reasonable “confidentiality” policies. We’ll try to figure out how to help balance the natural tension between confidentiality and transparency as new laws--and new interpretations of old laws–create confusing standards.
Managing Leaves of Absences From A (ADA) to U (USERRA)
Employee leaves of absence often involve the intersection of rights under various state and federal laws. We’ll provide an overview of your employees’ leaves of absences entitlements and offer practical tips for avoiding common pitfalls.
Please join us to learn more about and to discuss these ever-changing issues affecting your workplace.
When: Thursday, April 21
Where: Barnes & Thornburg | 110 E. Wayne Street, 2nd Floor | Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Time: 2 p.m. (Eastern) Registration | 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Program | Reception to Follow
2.0 Hours HRCI and CLE Credits Approved
This program is offered compliments of Barnes & Thornburg's Labor & Employment Law Department
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Questions? Contact Savannah Robinson at email@example.com or (260) 425-4636.