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2018 Human Resources and  Employment Law Symposium

2018 Human Resources and Employment Law Symposium

  • $ 34900


Your Workplace Climate Has Changed What Employers Must Do Now

November 2, 2018
101 Park Avenue
New York City
8:00AM — 4:30PM

 

Please join us for the 2018 Human Resources and Employment Law Symposium on November 2, 2018 to be held at Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Symposium Information and Agenda

We are experiencing dramatic and unprecedented changes in our government and our society as a whole.  These legal and cultural shifts have effectively transformed the workplace; creating new and daunting HR challenges associated with legal compliance as well as effective workforce management. 

Faced with such broad changes, CEOs, operations managers, HR managers, front-line supervisors, etc., have a steep learning curve ahead of them.  And, there’s little time to get up to speed on these issues. 

Plan on attending the Delacroix Consulting Group 2018 Human Resources and Employment Law Symposium at Club 101, 101 Park Avenue, New York City on November 2, 2018, to learn how to survive and even thrive in this new era. In conjunction with the Printing Industries Alliance and Ferrara Fiorenza PC, this symposium has been hailed by participants as being THE preeminent HR and employment law education conference, bar none.

Unlike other conferences, this one is designed to provide you with a real, no nonsense opportunity to work with experienced employment law attorneys as well as other experts to understand the changes and how best to adjust your approach to the most difficult HR issues facing your organization today.

Agenda

8:00AM—Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30AM—Essential Employment Law Updates 

Nicholas J. Fiorenza, Esq., Ferrara Fiorenza PC

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with trying to keep up with all the new and changing employment laws.  You will learn practical, easy-to-follow ways to comply with recent changes in employment law, as well as upcoming changes for which you will need to begin preparing. This portion of the Conference will cover such wide-ranging topics as:

  • Roll Back of Certain Wage and Hour Regulations – What’s Old is New Again
  • Stunning Changes at National Labor Relations Board Affecting All Employers
  • Impact of  “Weinstein Effect” on Workplace Harassment 
  • And much more …

11:00AM—Surviving Department of Labor Audits

Michael L. Dodd, Esq., Ferrara Fiorenza PC

During the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Labor beefed-up its enforcement efforts by adding hundreds of new field investigators.  While the new administration has projected budget cutbacks and rule changes, the Department remains very active, targeting employers who: (1) fail to properly pay minimum wage or overtime; (2) misclassify employees as exempt under the FLSA; or (3) misclassify employees as independent contractors. The presenters will take you through detailed case studies of audits they have defended so that you can learn what to do and what not to do when your organizations are being audited.

12 Noon - LUNCH PROVIDED

1:00PM—Comprehensive (and Legal) Strategies to Finally Solve Employee Attendance Problems:  FMLA, ADA and Beyond

Michael L. Dodd, Esq., Ferrara Fiorenza PC

Regardless of whether your organization is subject to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), all employers must guard against violating federal and state laws that shield employees from disciplinary action for not coming to work. This portion of the program will be dedicated to helping you develop your organization’s strategies for controlling absenteeism.

4:30--ADJOURNMENT

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Owners, top managers, human resources staff, finance managers and others  associated with the development of strategies to manage any organization. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from experts and also network with other managers who face the same challenges on a daily basis.

REGISTRATION

Fee: $349.00 per attendee—Covers breakfast, lunch and Symposium workbook

To register, click on "Add to Cart" above.  When the cart menu drops down, please indicate the number of Symposium tickets you are purchasing (for example "3x", if three people from your organization will be attending).  Enter your billing and credit card information and you will be registered.  Once purchased, you will receive a confirming email from Delacroix.  

Questions or problems? Please call Katherine Senn at 315-437-7600.