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Essentials of Employment & Labor Law

Become an even more effective human resources administrator with this essential legal knowledge.

You have a tough job. As an HR professional, you’re expected to stay on top of it all: discrimination lawsuits, employee investigation, social media policies, FLSA regulations … There’s a pitfall waiting for you at virtually every turn. We can help.

Presented by experienced employment and labor law attorney David Ritter, of Barnes & Thornburg, IPMA-HR’s Essentials of Employment & Labor Law webinar series provides the most comprehensive, practical, up-to-date employment law training available for public sector HR practitioners. This 4-part series is geared to the real-world needs of human resources professionals and managers, providing "best practice" insights and information on some of the most pressing issues in employment and labor law today.


Series Benefits

  • Your entire team can access the training for as little as $79/webinar!
  • Four attorney-led and developed webinars help prepare you to handle key challenges in today’s workplace.
  • Downloadable slides and other materials put invaluable reference materials at your fingertips.
  • Learn from the best: David Ritter, a partner at Barnes & Thornburg, has nearly 30 years of experience representing public and private companies in all aspects of labor and employment law and litigation. He is AV-rated by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, its highest rating; is recognized as a labor and employment leader in the 2008-2012 editions of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business; and is listed in Best Lawyers in America.

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Earn Educational Credits


HRCI | The Essentials of Employment & Labor Law webinar series, has been approved for 4 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information, visit www.hrci.org.

 

IPMA-CP | This webinar series has been approved for 4 points (1 point per webinar) toward IPMA-CP or IPMA-CS recertification. To learn more, please visit: www.ipma-hr.org/recertification.

 


Who Should Attend?

  • HR Managers and Directors
  • HR Executives
  • HR Generalists
  • Line Managers and Supervisors
  • Legal Staff

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2015 Dec. 9th 1:00pm

Conducting Employee Investigations

Conducting Employee Investigations

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At some point in their career, all human resources and management officials will have to conduct an internal investigation. Whether investigations are a routine task for you, or you’re a bit rusty, this webinar will help enhance your skills and knowledge so you can confidently conduct your next investigation.

2015 Oct. 14th 1:00pm

🏠 How to Avoid FLSA Lawsuits

🏠 How to Avoid FLSA Lawsuits

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Nationwide, plaintiffs’ lawyers file more lawsuits alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) than any other type of employment law violation. And the penalties for these types of violations can quickly reach six, even seven figures. Learn how you can avoid these types of costly lawsuits by employing a few easy steps.

2015 Jun. 17th 1:00pm

The Family and Medical Leave Act & Americans with Disabilities Act

The Family and Medical Leave Act & Americans with Disabilities Act

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The FMLA and ADA have been around for decades, yet compliance continues to challenge employers due to their complicated nature and numerous ways they offer for employees to “game the system.” Through the use of actual court cases, you’ll learn what practices employers have engaged in that have worked — and which have backfired.

2015 Mar. 25th 1:00pm

The Legal Implications of Social Media in the Workplace

The Legal Implications of Social Media in the Workplace

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Get up to date with the most current laws regarding social media in the workplace, including the activities of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), privacy concerns, social media policies and more.