BREAKING NEWS: Solutions for a Changing Workplace
From the latest court decisions to the most recent legislative mandates, the past year in labor and employment law has been filled with headline news and breaking stories. With all of these changes, having the most current information is no longer enough. Today’s legal counsel, human resource professionals and business owners must not only know the latest news, but they must have a plan in place to protect their businesses in light of the plethora of changes. Tune into the Constangy, Brooks & Smith 2014 employment law seminar for all of the latest information and much needed practical advice. This program offers 14 informative sessions designed to help you create a proactive plan to address the changing workplace.
The Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP Labor & Employment Law Workshop is an interactive program designed for human resource professionals, corporate counsel, supervisors and managers, and business owners. The program includes a seminar manual, online access to presentations and materials, as well as a continental breakfast, lunch and cocktail reception at the end of the day. The seminar is a cost-effective opportunity to get answers to questions and specific practical advice from our employment lawyers. Participants in previous years’ programs have told us that this is the most valuable seminar they attend all year.
Topics to be presented include:
- Handling More Aggressive Government Enforcement
- Recent Developments in Employment Law
- Uncovering the Top 10 FLSA Mistakes
- Health Reform and Other Benefits Issues
- Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - Full Day Workshop - Tampa Convention Center - BROCHURE
- Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 1/2 Day Affirmative Action Special Report - The Tampa Club - BROCHURE
** Registration deadline for both programs is February 11, 2014.
** Deadline to receive discounted accommodations at the nearby Marriott Waterside is February 3, 2014. Click HERE to reserve your room at the discounted Constangy rate.
For more information, contact Doris Key at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 813.223.7166.