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Maddin Hauser's 2024 Employment Law Symposium

Maddin Hauser’s 2024 Employment Law Symposium

11.13.23

Title:

The Most Troubling Workplace Issues – The Things That Keep Us Up At Night


Date:

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Location:

Saint John’s Resort
44045 Five Mile Road,
Plymouth, MI 48170

Details:

There is no cost to attend.


Time:

Registration and Continental Breakfast:
7:30 am to 8:30 am

Symposium:
8:30 am to 1:00 pm


Questions: Events@MaddinHauser.com


Recertification:

HR Certification Institute
(HRCI)

Approved for 3.5 Business recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HRCI®.

SHRM

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

This program is approved for 3.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.

American Payroll Association (APA)

This program is approved for 3.5 RCHs from the American Payroll Association.


Featured Topics:

2023 Rewind: Hot Topics In Employment Law
Corinne S. Rockoff

  • Understand how Michigan’s Civil Rights Act Amendment expands workplace protections for LGBTQ+ employees.
  • Prepare for a proposed FTC rule which may invalidate noncompete clauses and prohibit their future use.
  • Navigate polarizing issues in the workplace, including religious accommodations and abortion access.

Labor Law Blindspots that May Snare Your Organization
Rita M. Lauer

  • Your handbook work rules may be violating Section 7 of the NLRA;
  • Yes, your company’s’ severance agreement may also contain clauses that violate Section 7 of the NLRA too.
    • And your company’s non-compete clause is also fair game for a Section 7 violation.
  • Blind spots for 2024 CBA renegotiations; a quick run-down of sections to amend.

Work Structure in the New World as Compared to B.C. (Before COVID)
Andrew M. Creal

  • Remote Work Data – Employee performance, happiness, culture, Fact v. Fiction
  • Return to Work Mandates – Legality, Pitfalls and Other Considerations
  • The Next Five Years – Optimal policy, retainment and recruitment of talent vs meeting the needs of your business.

Pay Now or Pay Later: How to Respond to a Wage and Hour Audit and Avoid Violations

Kathleen H. Klaus

  • How Department of Labor audits start, what is requested, and what to expect
  • Common wage and hour violations and penalties owed
  • How to conduct an internal audit and resolve violations proactively

Leave it to Us: Employer’s Guide to Leave Laws
Mariel G. Newhouse

  • Deciphering the Alphabet Soup – FMLA, ADA, PMLA, PTO
  • Recent Federal and State Developments and How They Impact Your Existing Policies
  • Trends To Watch Out For

Who the Heck Are We Hiring? Legal Issues with Onboarding: Background Checks, Pre-Employment Testing, and Employee Social Media
Jordan M. Small

  • Background Checks: FCRA mistakes and how to avoid them
  • Job-Related Testing: Common issues with conducting pre-employment testing
  • Likes and Dislikes: Employee social media activity

Stay Classy: Why Worker Classification Matters, Common Misclassification, and the Latest Trends
Sydney E. Wright

  • Basics of worker classification
  • Consequences of misclassification
  • Latest developments in worker classification cases

Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll
Ronald A. Sollish

  • Weed in the workplace
  • Romance at work
  • Digital indiscretions

Registration for this event is now closed.