Annual Labor & Employment Symposium – Get the Big Picture
631 East Chicago Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Program
Program Fee = $50.00
Hot Topics Involving Religious Accommodation, Transgender, Grooming & Cultural ClashesPresented by: Mike Fischer
A devout Christian employee reads a Bible while sitting through your mandatory diversity training. Four female employees complain that they don't want to share a bathroom with a onetime man identifying as a woman. That nice, clean-shaven young man working reception is sporting a nose ring and insisting it's required by his religion. And his co-receptionist has just returned from maternity leave insisting she'll need to leave her station a few times each day to breast pump.
How would you tackle challenges likes these in light of recent legal developments? We'll offer some pointers so that the EEOC doesn't point fingers at you and your workplace.
Quickie Elections and NLRB Developments
Presented by: David Kern and Judi Williams
Over the last 12 months, the National Labor Relations Board has continued to change the landscape regarding the relationship between employers and employees. This session will discuss recent developments, including the quickie election rules, problem areas in handbooks, joint employer status, and witness statements.
Hot Topics Involving Leave Law/FMLA, ADA, etc.Presented by: Pam Ploor and Lindsey Davis
ImmigrationPresented by: Grant Sovern and Emily Shircel
OSHA Update: What to Expect from OSHA in 2016Presented by: Fred Gants and Kerry Mohan
OSHA continues to be increasingly aggressive in issuing citations, assessing six-figure penalties, and imposing new duties on employers. This presentation will address several topics regarding what employers can expect from OSHA in 2016, including:
Watch Your Step! Dos and Don'ts of Background ChecksPresented by: Mike Aldana and Steve Kruzel
The EEOC, Congress, and state legislatures have laid down a minefield of laws and regulations on the use of background checks. Is your company about to step on one? This presentation will help employers walk safely through the field — covering the dos and don'ts of background checks, including a walkthrough of employers' responsibilities under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), various state statutes, and recent EEOC guidance.
Wage and Hour Issues (Including DOL's Proposed FLSA Revisions and Independent Contractor Guidance)
Presented by: Sean Scullen and Chris Nickels
Affordable Care ActPresented by: Amy Ciepluch and Sarah Fowles
Update on recent developments under the Affordable Care Act, including IRS guidance on the Cadillac tax on high-cost health coverage and reporting requirements.
Data Privacy & Security: The Top Concerns
Presented by: John Barlament and Alyssa Dowse
Who Should Attend?
Session is for in-house counsel, human resources professionals, and other interested executives. The cost to attend this seminar is $50.
We will be applying for 4.0 hours of continuing legal education credit in Wisconsin and will provide a form to submit for HRCI credit.
Please contact Sheri Kotas at (414) 277-5402 or email@example.com.