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FULL DAY PROGRAM: "Employment Law 101" and "Employment Law 102"
Program ID 198613
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Tuesday, Oct 17th 2017
09:30 am - 03:00 pm (EST)
4.0 Credits
$200.00
Course Description:
Purchasing this package will enroll you in both "Employment Law 101" and "Employment Law 102"

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Employment Law 101
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

In the ever-changing business environment, employers should be familiar with their rights, obligations and responsibilities in the workplace. This 2-1/2-hour seminar, designed for human resources generalists and in-house counsel, is structured to familiarize attendees with a basic understanding and a general overview of federal and state laws governing employer/employee relationships, Title VII coverage (including discrimination, harassment and retaliation), the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. • At-will employment • Title VII coverage, with particular emphasis on harassment prevention • Wage-and-hour issues • Overview of FMLA and ADA issues
Employment Law 102
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Employment Law 101 taught you the basics of federal and state laws governing employer/employee relationships, but do you know how to discipline a problem employee? Do you know the basics about how to conduct an internal EEO investigation? Are you aware of important issues that arise in both the hiring and firing of employees? This 2-1/2-hour seminar, designed for human resources generalists and in-house counsel, follows up on Employment Law 101 by familiarizing attendees with a basic understanding and general overview needed to properly engage in the hiring process, employee discipline, the training of managers, the conducting of internal investigations and the termination of employees. • The “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of the hiring process • Understanding the importance of documenting employee discipline—and how to do it correctly • Reducing the legal risk associated with employee terminations • Learning how to provide effective trainings for managers—and why this is so important • The basics of conducting an internal investigation
Credits: 4.0 PA CLE; 5.0 NY CLE; 5.6 NJ CLE; 4.5 HRCI; 4.5 SHRM
To pay by check, please fill out and return this Registration Form.
Delivery Provider Name: Duane Morris Institute
Reminder: Nonprofits should use the discount code NPSEM10 when adding this course to cart to receive the $180.00 rate.
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Instructor(s)
Marc Scheiner
Special Counsel
Location
30 South 17th Street, 12th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103-4196
USA
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Course Details:
Field of Study
Employment
Level
Basic/Intermediate
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