Employment law continues to be an important and constantly evolving topic of interest to employees and employers. From the Supreme Court's recent decision on the Affordable Care Act, the NLRB's decisions regarding social media policies, the Alaska Supreme Court's recognition of a privilege for communications between employees and their union representatives, to recent decision regarding ANCSA Corporations' shareholder preference policies, employment law sets the stage for the modern day workplace. Employers must keep up with these developments in order to remain in compliance with the law. Representatives of employees must keep up to ensure that the rights of employees concerning social media, discrimination, wages and benefits, and other rights are respected in the workplace.
At this comprehensive one-day seminar on new developments in employment law, you will hear from some of the state's leading practitioners on the important issues that permeate this field of law. Employer strategies for addressing compliance issues will be a primary focus, with in-depth discussion of effective litigation strategies and preparation tips. You will also learn about best practices for conducting internal investigations designed to identify and correct problems before they become the subject of a lawsuit.
Our distinguished faculty will explore these questions and provide practical tips employers and practitioners can use to effectively manage risks in this important area of law.
$595 *See online brochure for more pricing
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