Annual Employment Law Update
What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Employers?
There is much speculation about how the unexpected election of Donald Trump will impact employers and employment law. While necessarily speculative, we will try to bring some “informed speculation” to a number of questions, including: the likely fate of the DOL overtime rules in the wake of the Federal Court injunction; the possible repeal of Obamacare; how much of the Obama Administration’s expansion of employment regulation by the EEOC, the NLRB and OSHA will survive; will immigration enforcement be ramped up and/or employment-based visa programs (such as H1-B) become more restrictive; and the impact of Trump’s appointment of one or more justices to the Supreme Court.
Leaves of Absence under the ADA and FMLA
One of the more difficult and confusing issues for human resource managers involves both the complexity and the differences between the rules for leaves of absence under the FMLA and those under the ADA. For example, when can an employer insist on a second medical opinion and, once FMLA leave is exhausted, how much additional leave is “reasonable” as an accommodation under the ADA? This presentation will focus on clarifying the rules and offering practical advice in dealing with requests for leaves of absence.
OSHA’s New Rule on Mandatory Post-Accident Drug Test
Love in the Workplace:
A Light “hearted” Valentine’s Day review of issues created by relationships in the work place, and how to address them appropriately.
$50 registration fee and reservations required by February 7.
This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for Review.
This program may be submitted for SHRM credits.
No shows will not be refunded by will recieve program materials.