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Employment Law 101 for Non-Lawyers

February 15, 2018 10 a.m. CST

Registration deadline: May 16, 2018


Speaker: Kerry Lear, JD, PHR, SHRM-CP

HR Answerlink

Kerry specializes in employment issues and development of HR tools and materials. Kerry holds a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School. Prior to entering the field of HR, Kerry practiced as a family law attorney.

Join us as we examine a few key employment law concepts to help you understand their legal basis and nuances, such as the at-will employment relationship. We'll also focus on the importance of the National Labor Relations Act and discuss how seemingly minor payroll oversights can turn into massive wage and hour claims.

HRCI credits are available.

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Form I-9 Keys to Compliance

May, 17, 2018 10 a.m. CST


Speaker: Monica Weimar, SPHR, SHRM-CP, HR Consultant

Monica has held roles as an HR Generalist and Payroll and Benefits Manager at a large ski resort, providing HR guidance to more than 500 employees. She also has HR experience in the healthcare field and the non-profit world. Monica holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Linfield College.

An I-9 audit can be an intimidating event. If you haven't properly completed or maintained your I-9s, it can be a costly one as well. During this session, you'll learn critical filing and retention requirements so you can be confident that your organization is compliant. We'll review the various sections of the I-9 in-depth, discuss the acceptable documents in order to complete it properly, and examine the penalties for not complying with the instructions. We'll also briefly discuss the E-Verify system and provide some best practice suggestions on when to conduct a voluntary internal audit of your I-9 files.

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Non-Exempt Wage and Hour Laws

August 16, 2018 1 p.m. CST


Speaker: Julie Pugh, Esq., SHRM-CP, PHR
Partner, Graydon Head

When President Donald Trump took office, his administration was expected to bring sweeping reforms. Many of these plans are taking some time to get off the ground, but employment law is the exception. Julie Pugh, a partner at Graydon Head, will review the new changes to employment law and give insights on how they will affect HR going forward. In her practice, Julie focuses on client counseling, employment litigation and dispute resolution.

She regularly visits client locations to counsel managers, supervisors, employees and HR staff members on important legal topics. Julie is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law and earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Xavier University, where she majored in human resources and minored in psychology.

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Leave of Absence: Navigating the FMLA and the ADA

November 8, 2018 10 a.m. CST


Leave management can be complex and confusing for any employer. Between the FMLA and the ADA, many employers have a hard time keeping up with all the requirements. In this webinar, we'll examine key regulations, common issues, and employer best practices to help ensure that you're taking the appropriate steps when it comes to managing employee leaves. We'll help you figure out where the FMLA and ADA overlap, and we'll look at specific leave situations to discuss which law may apply.

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