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2018 EMPLOYMENT LAW REVIEW OF RECENT FEDERAL COURT CASES IMPACTING YOUR ORGANIZATION

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2018 Employment Law Review of Recent Federal Court Cases Impacting Your Organization-HR WEBINAR

 

2018 will be an important year for employers.  There are many cases that are pending before courts and federal agencies such as the EEOC and the Department of Labor dealing with employment law issues that are top priority for employers such as wage and hour issues among many others.  There are also many state laws employers need to be aware of such as those dealing with paid sick leave, medical marijuana, providing reasonable accommodations to your employees and the prohibition about asking for past salary during interviews. 

In addition to cases to be aware of in 2018, this HR webinar will also discuss major court and federal agency decisions that may impact how employers operate in 2018. 

Other interesting federal circuit court decisions will be explored as well such as the recent Sixth Circuit decision in EEOC v. Ford Motor Company.  In this case, a female employee at the Ford Motor Company with irritable bowel syndrome requested to work remotely as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA.  The court in this case set forth the 21st century changes to the workplace which now make it much harder for an employer to claim that it would be an undue burden to allow employees to work remotely.  The case also focuses on what employers need to do if they plan on claiming that being physically present in the office is an essential function of an employee’s job.

Join us for this informative HR Webinar discussing the impact of recent federal cases on the workplace and how employers need to prepare for the changes that these decisions may bring.  The following is just some of the information you will receive during this conference including:

  • Discussion of working remotely as a “reasonable accommodation” under the ADA in light of the Sixth Circuit’s recent decision in EEOC v. Ford Motor Company
  •  Overview of the FMLA in light of the Supreme Court’s decision striking down DOMA and the new place of marriage focus for same-sex spouse
  • Providing reasonable accommodations to pregnant employees 
  • Providing paid sick leave under the state law in many jurisdictions
  • Whether the DOL's Request for Information will lead to a new Final Rule on OT under the FLSA

  •  Compensable Time issues under the FLSA and why the Supreme Court held that time spent waiting to go through security checkpoints was not compensable time under the FLSA
  •  Religious discrimination and an employer’s obligation to accommodate based upon the case pending and recently argued before the U.S. Supreme Court against Abercrombie & Fitch for denial of a job to a muslim wearing a head scarf at the job interview
  •  Understand what you need to do to prepare for many of the changes to come.

·         And much much more!!!

Who Should Attend this Live HR Webinar:

  • In-House Counsel
  • Outside Counsel
  • General Counsel
  • Business Owners
  • HR Professionals
When Will This HR Webinar Be Held:

Date:                 January 19, 2018

Time:                3:00p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST

Cost:                 $299 for live webinar and $350 for live and recorded webinar per attendee per computer terminal

Registration:       Purchase online now by adding to your cart or contact us at 914-417-1715 or by e-mail at info@hrlearningcenter.com.



 

 

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER  

Melissa Fleischer, Esq. is the Founder and President of HR Learning Center LLC, a human resources consulting firm specializing in the area of employment law. HR Learning Center LLC provides training seminars and consulting on a wide range of workplace and human resource issues.

Ms. Fleischer is a management-side employment attorney with over twenty (20) years experience and is nationally recognized as an expert in her field. She has successfully represented numerous clients in employment discrimination litigation as well as providing preventive counseling and training on workplace issues. Ms. Fleischer is a frequent lecturer on a wide range of employment law topics including seminars and workshops on Anti-Harassment Training, FMLA/ADA Training and Workplace Violence Prevention Training. Ms. Fleischer is also a Chapter Editor for the new FMLA Treatise that has been recently published by BNA. She is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and adjunct faculty providing employment law training for the Professional Development Center of SUNY/Westchester Community College in Valhalla, New York.

As President of HR Learning Center LLC, Ms. Fleischer provides proactive solutions to management on a variety of employment law issues including sexual and unlawful harassment, workplace violence, FMLA and ADA. Ms. Fleischer provides on-site and on-line training seminars on important employment law topics. Ms. Fleischer can be contacted at 914-417-1715 or via e-mail at Melissa.fleischer@hrlearningcenter.com.