In conjunction with the Birmingham Business Journal, Littler Mendelson is pleased to offer a complimentary program on the latest employment and labor laws facing employers today.
Our interactive discussion will provide attendees with practical tips on how to respond to these developments in their day-to-day operations and proactive steps to take to avoid future legal issues. This program will provide a unique opportunity to understand the latest court cases, legislative and regulatory activity, and crucial developments that will impact your workplace in the months ahead. Our attorneys will respond to your concerns and will address important topics such as:
- The Obama Administration's push to change overtime rules for middle managers
- SOX whistleblower liability for contractors and subcontractors of publically traded companies
- The NLRB's unprecedented campaign to expand its jurisdiction into non-unionized workplaces
- The guidance issued by the EEOC regarding the use by employers of an applicant's criminal history when making hiring decisions
- The impact of social media in the workplace
Breakfast & Registration: 7:30 am – 8:00 am
Program: 8:00 am – 10:00 am
The Harbert Center
2019 Fourth Avenue North
(garage parking will be validated)
Continuing Education: SPHR/PHR credit is available and CLE is pending
Questions? Email Celeste Clancy or call (404) 760-3925
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