2016 Employment Law Update: This is the law, now how do you MANAGE it
The year 2015 was a roller-coaster one for US employers - at least legally speaking. It saw a slew of employment law changes at federal, state and even local levels.
Most of these changes had employers scrambling to change their internal policies in order to comply. However, basing on the upcoming 2016 employment law changes, the year 2015 will seem quite calm.
Why should you attend:
The year 2016 expects to see new employment law changes - some of which are already sparking controversy. To be on the safe side, every employer needs to keep tabs on these upcoming legal changes. Whoever fails to do so may find themselves fighting unnecessary legal battles. Therefore, if you desire to avoid getting into a legal muddle, you need to keep track of these upcoming 2016 employment law changes.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Identify where the Greatest Vulnerabilities are and what the Statistics are Showing
- Learn the Current Status of the Proposed Changes to the FLSA Dealing with Wages and overtime
- Understand the New Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors - and Whether it Applies to your Company
- Understand the Rights of Pregnant Workers and the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) before Congress at this Time
- Understand the new OSHA "Catch-Up-Adjustment" Fines Effective August 1, 2016
- Learn more about the "Banning the Box" Discussions Surrounding in Federal Recruitment - How have Individual States Reacted?
- Business Owners
- HR Professionals
- Anyone Managing Employees