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This workplace harassment investigation training webinar will discuss the scope, documentation and do’s/don’ts of conducting workplace investigation, how to conduct a legally and psychologically effective workplace probe. When you receive an allegation of workplace harassment, discrimination, or other misconduct, taking prompt and appropriate action is your legal responsibility. However, understanding your legal responsibilities is only half the battle; most of the mistakes in complaint investigations involve the way the parties are treated, what they think is fair, and how the process is communicated and/or implemented.

This in-depth 90-minute webinar will teach you how to conduct a legally and psychologically effective workplace probe. Our expert will explain how to evaluate the scope of your internal investigation, how to document the steps you’ve taken along the way, and how to insulate your organization from a subsequent lawsuit. From fact finding to writing reports, this webinar will cover the do's and don'ts of conducting workplace investigations so you can gain the confidence to be an effective investigator.

Date: Feb 12 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Joni Johnston
Workrelationships

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Workrelationships
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Prepare for an Investigation! Know which settings raise red flags when there's an evaluation of your time sheet and payroll practices. Simple things that you may think are 'set it and forget it' rules in your software may become your biggest nightmare.

We'll discuss the big areas of focus for DOL investigators as well as for money-hungry plaintiffs attorneys. We'll review what the law actually says and how it's been interpreted in DOL Administrative Interpretations and case law. Then we'll focus on software solutions - what they can do versus what they should do.

Throughout the session, you'll learn what you can and should do to easily and legitimately demonstrate your company's compliance and beat a violation allegation.

Date: Dec 6 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Somer Jefferiss
Datamatics Management Services Inc

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Datamatics Management Services Inc
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
GUNS AND THE WORKPLACE: WHO SPEAKS FOR THE EMPLOYER?

It’s hard to think of a more controversial, emotional and perhaps polarizing issue than the right in many states of an employee to lawfully carry a weapon for protection when traveling to and from work, and to safely store that weapon in his or her private vehicle while at work. Employers must respect this right, while also recognizing their responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace for not only employees, but also customers, vendors and members of the public. In addition, there is a movement to expand the right of all qualified citizens to carry a concealed weapon in all public areas, including restaurants, commercial facilities, places of entertainment, and even religious institutions and college and university campuses. There are vocal advocates on both sides of these issues, but who speaks for the Employer who may feel caught in the middle?

Presented by Jaffe Dickerson, shareholder at Littler Mendelson. Jaffe is a specialist in labor and employment law for over 30 years. He represents public and private sector employers in all aspects of labor and employment law before state and federal administrative agencies and courts. He will discuss:

1. GUNS IN THE PARKING LOT

2. VENDORS, CUSTOMERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

3. DUTY TO PROVIDE A SAFE AND HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT FOR EMPLOYEES; LIABILITY FOR INJURY TO THIRD PARTIES

4. TRAINING FOR MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS AND STAFF

5. DEALING WITH INCIDENTS

6. GUNS IN THE WORKPLACE: EMPLOYER POLICY GUIDELINES AND CONSIDERATIONS

7. WHO SPEAKS FOR THE EMPLOYER? CURRENT (AND POSSIBLE) LEGISLATION

Date: May 21 2013
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Jaffe Dickerson
Littler Mendelson

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Littler Mendelson
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Whistleblower claims brought under federal safety, health and environmental statutes can be costly and disruptive to your business, and claims may involve actions that an employer did not realize could be considered discriminatory. Find out how best to coordinate between safety and HR activities, to avoid prosecution under these statutes, and how to defend against claims when a complaint is filed.

This presentation will cover how to structure your incentive and disciplinary programs to avoid scrutiny by the government, how to document adverse actions properly, and how to address situations involving "bulletproof" employees in a legally sound manner.

The remedies available to whistleblowers and unique aspects of some laws - such as "temporary reinstatement" provisions that may require actual or economic reinstatement while a case is pending - will also be discussed.

Date: Mar 27 2013
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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Adele Abrams
Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC

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Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
This presentation provides an in-depth look at the issues employers face on a daily basis regarding the Internet, e-mail usage, and social networking tools. These issues include the different mediums of social media that now exist and the related legal problems, for example, in the hiring of employees, communication and crisis planning, employee discipline, social media policies, post-employment scenarios, and other legal issues associated with social media. The legal implications of social media law are both new and constantly evolving, and it is important for your organization to have an understanding of the impact they can have on your business, both for legal reasons and clear employee communications.
Date: Mar 5 2013
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Joshua Viau
Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson, LLP

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Wendy Alpine
Alpine Communications

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Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson, LLP Alpine Communications
 
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Standalone Webcast
Learn about the current health (and severe financial challenges) of the states’ Unemployment Insurance programs and review the recent and very dramatic changes that have occurred with unemployment claims management. Understand the new federal and state UI Integrity legislation, and explore the new ‘”SIDES” (State Information Data Exchange System) and learn how it impacts employers. We will consider the overall health of the UI system, and UI taxation trends as well as have a basic review of how unemployment claims financially impact an employer. We will also review the important Trade Adjustment Assistance Extension Act of 2011 (TAAEA), focusing on the Unemployment Insurance Integrity Rules included within this legislation. We will take a careful look at “Section 252” of the new TAAEA legislation, which compels states to charge employers for overpayment of UI benefits when they are at fault. We will also look at the new and pending state UI Integrity legislation and discuss compliance rules, potential penalty and enforcement. Then, we will introduce you to the new State Information Data Exchange System (“SIDES”) program. We will discuss what SIDES is, and how it impacts employers and/or their third party unemployment claims administrators. Finally, amidst the myriad of changes and challenges, we will overview opportunities for employers to enact best practices to improve compliance and drive tax savings. We will go through the “Top 10” steps you can put in place to help deliver best practices for your Unemployment Claims Management.
Date: Sep 25 2012
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Ross Henderson
Emptech

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Emptech
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Wondering about the effects of email, instant messenger or pornography on your business? How much overtime are you paying to employees who punch in early or stay late? And then there is always “buddy punching” – what is that costing your business? The material in this session will cover these topics as well as help identify some tools you can implement to counter their corrosive effects. Understanding just a little more about the foot print and fingertips of your employees can make a huge difference on your bottom line. Even if you already deploy Time and Attendance or employee monitoring, you will like learn more about these topics in this session.
Date: Sep 17 2012
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Bryce Swanson
SwipeClock

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SwipeClock
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Using social media as part of recruiting has become the norm. A recent survey indicates that, more than ever, companies are using social media to recruit top talent: 92% use or plan to use social recruiting 43% of recruiters who use social recruiting saw an increase in candidate quality 73% have successfully hired a candidate through social 31% of recruiters using social have seen a sustained increase in employee referrals Why is social media recruiting so popular? One reason is the amount of information that recuiters and business can learn online about job candidates. When used properly, this information can be key in finding the right person for the job. However, if certain protected-class information (e.g., race, religion, pregnancy, genetic information, etc.) obtained online is used in an employment decision, you'll need a good employment lawyer. To further save yourself some legal bills, it is also more important than ever to be in tune with the legal ramifications making a termination decision based on employee use of social media. And with natural attrition, the viral nature of social media also exposes your business to the risk of unfair competition from former employees and their subsequent employers. In this session, you will learn you will learn: - What's legal and what's not, when it comes to using social media to source and hire job candidates - The do's and don'ts of disciplining employees based on their use of social media - Best practices for how to protect your business when employees leave.
Date: Sep 13 2012
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Eric Meyer
Dilworth Paxson LLP

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Dilworth Paxson LLP
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Fifteen states and the District of Columbia currently have laws permitting certain individuals legally to possess and use marijuana. How should employers handle employees who qualify for marijuana use under these statutes? Can employees be fired for the medical use of marijuana? Must an employer accommodate an employee’s use of marijuana under the Americans With Disabilities Act? What if the employer wants to make an exception to its drug free workplace policies for the medical use of marijuana? Would such an exception violate federal law? In this program, we will examine state statutes permitting medical use of marijuana and recent case law interpreting these statutes in the context of the employment relationship. We will also discuss best practices in drafting and enforcing an effective drug-free workplace policy.
Date: Aug 7 2012
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Tracey Diamond
Pepper Hamilton LLP

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Pepper Hamilton LLP
 
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Standalone Webcast
Every organization needs to think about and be prepared to manage the risks associated with operating in the Digital Era. It doesn’t matter whether social media is part of the organization’s strategic agenda, or if the organization itself has any deliberate digital presence. It also doesn’t matter how large the organization is, whether it’s for-profit, BtoB or BtoC, or which industry or sector it operates in. Most organizations, however – even those that are highly engaged with social media and other digital technologies – are not addressing Digital Era risks as comprehensively or deeply as they could or should. This webcast will help organizational leaders close gaps in their risk management strategies by offering checklist guidance focused on both outcomes and processes.
Date: Jul 10 2012
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Courtney Hunt, PhD
Renaissance Strategic Solutions

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Renaissance Strategic Solutions
 
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