Where: Al Sigl Elmwood Campus 1000 Elmwood Avenue, Door 1 (Sport Committee Conference Center) Rochester, NY 14620
Cost is $25.00
About the Program:
Beginning January 1, 2018, New York State will have the most comprehensive paid leave program in the country. Are you ready?
Effective September 13, 2017, the new federal I-9 form is in effect. Are you compliant?
Join us to learn more about these topic and other employment law related updates, compliance and regulatory issues, and for the opportunity to network with legal practitioners and HR professionals.
New York State Paid Family Leave: Creating a policy, Coordination of PFL with FMLA, disability leaves and PTO, Waivers for part-time, temporary, or seasonal EEs
Immigration: Recent changes and effects on visas and worksite compliance. Management of restricted travel due to executive orders. What employers should expect as they transition to the new form I-9
New and Notable: Joint employer liability and independent contractors. DOL abandon’s overtime rule – what’s next? DOJ case – does Title VII sexual orientation protection. Predictive scheduling bill in NYS. Other Notable Developments.
About the Speakers:
Trent Sutton, Attorney with Littler Mendelson, has significant experience counseling employers in all phases of employment law, including both domestic and international employment issues, such as hiring/firing, policies, wages, contracts, transfers, discipline, investigations, and other matters. Trent regularly trains and presents to individual or large groups on various aspects of employment law, including both domestic and international issues.
James Holahan, Attorney with Bond Schoeneck & King, is a Labor and Employment Law attorney with clients in both the private and public sector employers, His practice focuses on three common employer needs: first, the duty to comply with the ever-changing and increasingly complex web of federal, state and local laws and regulations; second, the need for employers to be more than compliant, that is, to be tactical from a people resource standpoint; and, third, the need to vigorously prosecute and defend labor relations and employment claims as necessary or strategic.
Register online by clicking the link below or by contacting Kevin Kreitzberg at email@example.com or by phone at (585) 314-1590. Registration deadline: October 19, 2017.
HRCI Recertification Credit Hours: This program has been submitted to HRCI for review.