- Type: Seminar
- Presented by: Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
- Speakers: Michael C. Terrell and Hannah L. Meils
- Location: The Marriott North Hotel 3645 River Crossing Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46240
Labor & Employment Law Breakfast Briefing
Don't Even Think About It! Avoiding Retaliation Claims
Speaker: Mick Terrell
After a complaint of discrimination is made, management is always faced with the challenge of continuing to demand performance and discipline out of the complaining employee without at the same time engaging, or appearing to engage, in unlawful retaliation. Unlawful retaliation claims are on the rise and can lead to time-consuming litigation and costly judgments. The EEOC and courts continue to make it easier for employees to prevail in retaliation claims. Employers must therefore train their managers and supervisors to identify what constitutes unlawful retaliation in the workplace. With proper training, employers can greatly reduce their risk of unlawful retaliation claims.
Tips for Ensuring I-9 Compliance
Speaker: Hannah Meils
President Obama’s administration has significantly increased enforcement of I-9 compliance and has drastically increased the number of employer audits. Hannah Meils will provide an overview of the I-9 employment verification process and requirements. She will address the significant penalties for the failure to properly comply with these requirements. Ms. Meils will also address the proper employer response when it learns that an employee’s Social Security Number is invalid or does not match the information retained by the Social Security Administration.
Pending CLE and HRCI credit.
Please register early by clicking on the "Register" link above.
Questions? Contact Kelly Sharpe at email@example.com or 317-713-3441.
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