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DOL Issues New Opinion Letter on FMLA Compliance
  • Wednesday, January 22
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Please join attorney Melissa Fleischer for this in-depth FMLA compliance guide and discussion of the new FMLA DOL opinion letter. She will provide HR with step-by-step procedures to best understand HR’s obligations under the FMLA.

Employment-at-Will and Wrongful Termination Allegations
  • Thursday, January 23
  • Webinar
Janette Levey Frisch

Please join Janette Levey Frisch to discuss the extent and limits of employment-at-will. We will also explore the statutory exceptions and contractual provisions that seem to undermine employment-at-will to give you clarity and guidance on an often-misunderstood principle of employment law. This webinar will help you gain some insight into how to navigate your relationship with your employees, keeping employment-at-will and its exceptions in mind.

Marijuana and the Workplace: The Laws Are Changing
  • Tuesday, January 28
  • Webinar
Melissa Fleischer

Are you allowed to refuse to hire an applicant who tests positive for marijuana on a pre-employment drug test? Are you even allowed to test for marijuana on a pre-employment drug test? Does an applicant have a right to sue you under your state’s medical marijuana act? The answers to these questions and many more will be provided in this important webinar.

Onboarding: Best Practices for Hiring and Retaining the Best Talent
  • Thursday, January 30
  • Webinar
Nina Woodard

Finding talent is difficult, and having to replace employees after you have invested time with them is costly. The key to helping new hires feel connected is an effective onboarding program. Onboarding goes beyond the first day and required paperwork. It extends throughout the first year to eighteen months to ensure that the new hire’s experience of the organization creates a “stickiness” that will engage her for the long haul.

ADA and Leaves of Absence: What you Need to Know Including Guidance from the Recent EEOC Resource Document
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she covers the EEOC’s recent guidance and helps you understand the federal laws in play, the employer’s associated legal responsibilities, and how to provide the employee with the right leave option while mitigating the risk of liability.

New State Laws Mandating Sexual Harassment Policies, Procedures and Training
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer to learn what your organization needs to do to ensure compliance with these significant laws and how to avoid potential liability for a failure to properly comply. Each law has its own unique requirements that employers who operate in that state must understand and comply with or face stiff legal consequences.

Courts Clarify Employers’ Obligations Under the Americans with Disabilities Act: Recent Updates
  • On-demand
Janet A. Hendrick

Please join attorney Janet Hendrick, a partner at Phillips Murrah, as she discusses recent important ADA decisions in plain English.

Bullying Versus Harassment Versus Violence: Understanding the Similarities and Differences, and Risks for Employer Liability
  • On-demand
Catherine Mattice Zundel

Please join Catherine Zundel, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, an internationally recognized workplace bullying expert, as she discusses the differences and similarities in violence, harassment and bullying, and provide tools to effectively eradicate all from your workplace.

LGBTQ Discrimination: The Recent Title VII Decision, Bathrooms, and other Developments Affecting Employers and Employees
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she keeps you up to date on developments and new cases dealing with this important issue, helping you best understand your legal requirements to avoid discrimination complaints and prevent harassment to your LGBTQ employees.

LGBTQ Workplace Protections: The Current Landscape for Employees and Employers
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she makes sure you are kept up-to-date on the new cases and guidance dealing with this important issue and that you best understand your legal requirements to avoid discrimination and prevent harassment to your LGBTQ employees.

Preventing Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era: Guidance for HR
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join employment law expert and attorney, Melissa Fleischer, Esq. as she focuses in on how you can prevent and mitigate harassment in your workplace by avoiding many of the major mistakes HR often makes in such cases. This seminar will also help you to ensure that you will be able to defend your organization in a court of law if any of these complaints do escalate into actual lawsuits.

Responding Properly to Harassment Complaints: Conducting a Fair and Impartial Investigation
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she breaks down the harassment investigation for you and helps you understand how to ensure you conduct a timely, thorough, and impartial investigation that leads to prompt corrective action.

Tattoos, Piercings, Uniforms, and Other Dress Code Issues: Drafting and Enforcing Your Policy
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she sorts these issues out for you and helps ensure that your dress code policy will have all the essentials it requires to ensure legal compliance at your organization.

Top 10 Strategies for Preventing Harassment in Your Workplace: Protecting Your Organization from Liability
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she reviews HR’s obligations to prevent and promptly address any harassment in the workplace with an easy step-by-step guide for adequately addressing harassment and creating an iron-clad method for preventing liability for harassment in your workplace.

Writing Ironclad Employee Documentation: Guidance for HR, Supervisors & Managers
  • On-demand
Robert Gregg

Please join Bob Gregg, attorney at law as he discusses the types of performance issues that should and shouldn’t be documented and offers guidance for writing your ironclad documentation if ever challenged by the employee, courts, or the regulators.

Employee Cell Phone Use: Creating Policies to Reduce Employer Risk
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join Melissa Fleischer as she helps you make sure that your policies and procedures reflect this latest guidance and do not run afoul of FLSA, National Labor Relations Act and Title VII requirements.

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