Tackling Employment Law Troubles Before They Become "Taxing" to Your Business
Wessels Sherman is excited to announce a two-city tour seminar scheduled just ahead of “tax day” 2019, hosted respectively by Joseph Laverty and James Sherman, Managing Shareholders of our Iowa and Minnesota offices. These half-day seminars may not help businesses with their IRS filings, but they most certainly will help employers deal with some of the most important workplace problems trending in 2019.
These fast-paced seminars cover a variety of critical issues of the day - that employers, human resource professionals and supervisors are most likely to encounter and that pose complicated legal pitfalls to be avoided. The presenters bring decades of experience in labor and employment law, assisting employers from a broad array of industries, including manufacturing, hospitality, transportation, agriculture, construction, healthcare and professional services. More importantly, the presenters communicate complex legal issues in terms that are understandable and therefore useful in the workplace.
These seminars offer practical advice and solutions aimed at keeping your organization out of trouble and out of court, while fostering positive and productive employment relationships with your company’s employees.
Register on our website to join us for all of the following covered in a single morning:
8:00 – 8:30 Registration/breakfast
8:30 – 9:15 Latest Developments in Workplace Law for 2019 (EEOC Sex Harassment/Equal Pay/Pregnancy Initiatives; Coping with Criminal Conviction Records; NLRB Joint Employer Definition; New Legislation; etc.
9:15 – 10:00 Dealing with Disabilities – Exploring the Boundaries of What Employers Must do to Provide Reasonable Accommodations and When it is Okay to Say No.
10:00 – 10:15 Break
10:15 – 11:00 Doing Discharge Right: Proven Firm but Fair, Litigation Free Method of Discipline.
11:00 – 11:45 Teaching from the Trenches: Some pain-free lessons to keep your organization out of legal trouble, derived from your presenters’ more humourous experiences in employment litigation over the years, courtesy of those that learned the hard way (through lawsuits).
11:45 – 12:00 Questions