Join us virtually on Thursday, Feb. 11 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. for our complimentary seminar on labor and employment law. Each topic has been specially curated to meet the needs of executives, human resource professionals, in-house counsel and front-line supervisors.
You'll walk away with practical approaches to preventing and managing labor and employment law issues in your organization.
What's on the agenda?
Legal update: From pandemic to politics, 2020 was a year unlike any other
What will 2021 bring? In this popular session, we’ll look back at what has shaped the world of labor and employment law over the past year and give our predictions on what to expect in the coming months.
Year in review/2021 Preview
45 minutes | Presented by Christine Liu McLaughlin and Scott LeBlanc
20 minutes | Presented by Maggie Cook and Paul Covaleski
15 minutes | Presented by Peter Albrecht
Employees on the edge: Minimizing the rising risks of employee complaints
In 2020, the workplace as we knew it was turned inside out and employers are now managing employees who feel pushed to the brink. Under these challenging circumstances, even employees who might not otherwise complain may suddenly be more apt to vocalize their grievances.
60 minutes | Presented by Peter Albrecht, Rebeca López and Aaron McCann
FMLA in the wild: Practical applications of FMLA and other leave laws
After reviewing FMLA basics, we’ll discuss tips for managing FMLA leaves, including an in-depth review of intermittent leave, and explore scenarios that help evaluate the nuanced application of FMLA to various situations and address common questions. Throughout the presentation, we will highlight how FMLA intersects with the ADA, workers’ compensation and state leave laws.
75 minutes | Presented by Meg Kurlinski and Katheryn Mills Ybarra