Sailing the Seven Seas: Avoiding an HR Shipwreck
Ahoy there, mateys! It is time for the best labor & employment seminar on the seven seas. As the dangers of navigating the world of human resources and employment law continue to change and grow, staying up to speed and preparing for the future become even more important. From uncertain legislative action, unpredictable juries and unprecedented lawsuits, human resource professionals, legal counsel and business owners are facing new challenges on a daily basis. To keep your business from crashing into the rocks and your treasures from being pillaged by the pirates, you need to chart your course in advance and plot out your strategies for success. Staying abreast of the latest rules and regulations, legal developments and compliance strategies will make for smooth sailing. Please join us as we sail the seven seas of labor and employment law at the Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete 2019 employment law seminar. This day-long event offers 11 informative sessions of all of the latest information and practical advice needed to avoid an HR shipwreck.
The Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, 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, 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.
Sessions to include:
- Recent Developments in Labor & Employment Law
- Managing Employees in an Entitlement Era
- Addressing Intermittent FMLA and Other Complicated Leave Issues
- Navigating #metoo Claims
Where: Tampa Convention Center
When: Thursday, February 21, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Continuing Education Credits:This program has been submitted for CLE hours and is pending approval for 5.25 hours for HRCI and 6 hours of SHRM credits.
Accommodations: For a listing of nearby hotels, please contact Doris Key at 813.223.7166 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Fee: The cost is $225 per person for the first registrant from a company and $200 for each additional person from that company. The fee includes all reference materials, continental breakfast, lunch, cocktail reception and parking.
*Registration deadline is February 14, 2019.