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Our October webinar covered the regulations governing employees with telecommuting agreements, as well as the potential risks and liabilities associated with them. Presenters discussed best practices for creating or amending existing Work-From-Home policies, how to handle work-from-home ...
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Our September webinar brought attendees up to date on impending “healthy workplace bills” to ensure that all businesses are taking steps to develop a “no bullying” rule as the employers that do not, often find themselves as targets in litigation. Presenters discussed the impact of ...
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Our August webinar provided attendees with a step-by-step process of conducting workplace investigations; discussions of what does and doesn’t work during investigations; and how a proper and effective investigation can prevent harassment and limit the risk for a lawsuit. The training ...
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Our July webinar helped employers, managers, and supervisors with the often fraught area of handling under-performing employees and those who have filed complaints. Presenters provided practical guidance on how to effectively communicate counseling to under-performing employees to raise their ...
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In this webinar attendees received practical guidance on the hiring and placement of employees using medical marijuana, prescription drugs, alcohol and illegal drugs in the workplace. Presenters discussed how laws impact employers’ policies regarding the use of drugs and alcohol, how to ...
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Our May webinar helped attendees understand how clear employment policies can greatly benefit an organization in numerous ways – if they are properly developed and presented to employees. Presenters explained how policies could help prevent litigation and serve as a strong defense if ...
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Our April webinar helped attendees stay current with the latest rules and regulations regarding national wage and hour laws. Presenters examined current trends in the enforcement of wage and hour laws, current trends in wage and hour class action, the impact of arbitration agreements on class ...
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Our March webinar discussed one of the most difficult decisions for employers – hiring. With a strong emphasis on employee references and background checks, attendees learned best practices for hiring in the ever-changing and complicated legal environment and hear real life examples to help ...
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Employer responses to employee medical issues are one of the largest sources of employment litigation today. Even employers trying to do the right thing can fail to properly comply with the law. Other times, an employer may not understand how to address an under-performing employee with medical ...
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Kicking off the new year, this webinar looked back on employment trends from 2014, provided an overview of changes in the law, and discussed important issues for human resource professionals on the horizon for 2015. The presenters also previewed the coming year’s webinar series. Please note, ...
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A less-understood aspect of employment law is how companies can best preserve their valuable proprietary information. With businesses increasingly mobile and spread across many jurisdictions, traditional ways of protecting proprietary information are becoming increasingly obsolete. Gordon & ...
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Government contractors often face unique employment issues, especially in the areas of wage and hour and safety. Things become more complicated with overlapping spheres of regulatory control on the local, state, and federal level. Our labor and employment attorneys provided a roundtable ...
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