Employment Law Nightmares: What's Keeping HR Awake at Night?
The new administration in Washington is implementing rapid change in many levels of government and HR professionals are wondering how those changes in regulations and enforcement might affect their businesses in the upcoming year. This presentation will offer HR leaders valuable insights on what to expect in terms of:
SHRM BoCK Areas Covered:
- Government Agency Agendas: What will the enforcement posture look like at the EEOC, DOL, and NLRB? What should companies worry about?
- Employment-Related Legal Rulings and Regulations: What’s the status of the new OT pay regulations? What about the DOL’s pay equity regulations? How are courts interpreting “reasonable accommodation” these days? What should businesses expect relating to immigration reform?
- HR Best Practices: How should companies adjust their HR procedures, if any, to account for anticipated changes?
Please join us for a discussion of these and other hot topics affecting the practice of HR in 2017 and beyond!
- Business Acumen
- Employee & Labor Relations
- Risk Management
Speaker: Greg Hare, Managing Shareholder, Ogletree Deakins
Greg Hare has been a labor & employment lawyer with Ogletree Deakins for nearly 25 years – and he’s now the Managing Shareholder in Atlanta.
His practice focuses on assisting companies with HR challenges, government investigations, and employment litigation matters – such as wrongful termination, sexual harassment, employment discrimination, wage and hour disputes, and employment contracts. He advises clients on HR topics like employee discipline and discharge, severance agreements, layoffs, family and medical leave, and use of independent contractors. Greg proactively helps companies reduce exposures by developing management training programs, allowing managers to spot and resolve issues before they mushroom into costly legal disputes.
His recognitions include: Best Lawyers in America (attorney rankings guide); Super Lawyer (Georgia Law & Politics publication); Leading Lawyer for Business (Chambers USA attorney guide); AV Rated (Martindale-Hubbell).
Directions: View driving directions to the Freeman Mathis & Gary office located in the Galleria complex across from the Waverly Hotel.
Parking: There is a parking lot located directly outside of the building. There is no charge for parking.
5:30 pm-6 pm Registration, Networking & Dinner
6 pm-7:30 pm Announcements & Speaker Presentation
Advance Registration Deadline: April 19, 2017
Cancellation Deadline: April 19, 2017
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