Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Seminar: 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Lunch will follow the seminar.
The ADEA at 50
By 2019, over 40% of Americans over age 55 will be employed, making up 25% of the U.S. labor workforce. But many older workers who want a job cannot find work, and many believe age discrimination occurs in the workplace. As the population ages, age discrimination charges and complaints will increase. This session will focus on how to avoid those complaints.
Speaker: Doreen Canton
Using Staffing Agreements
An employer’s use of temporary staffing agencies and professional employer organizations has pros related to leave and benefits management and cons related to safety and training issues. It also can reduce costs associated with workers’ compensation coverage; however, there are risks that may not be included in the staffing or leasing agreement. This session will cover the benefits and risks and how an employer can make an informed decision on whether temporary staffing or leasing of employees is an appropriate option.
Speakers: Brian G. Dershaw and Samuel M. Duran
This session will cover recent medical marijuana initiatives, review the impact in states where marijuana has been legalized medically or recreationally and how these state laws exist in a federal legal system where marijuana remains illegal, and discuss how these state laws impact employer rights and responsibilities to enforce drug free work policies.
Speaker: Mark J. Stepaniak
Recent Immigration Headlines and Developments
Immigration is a hot topic. This session will discuss recent headlines and ways to ensure that your company has the proper work authorization procedures in place.
Speaker: Jennifer Snead
The Interplay of the FMLA and ADA
When is it Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) protected leave? When is leave a reasonable accommodation? How much leave is too much? What do you do when the FMLA and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) intersect? This session will address recent case law under the FMLA and ADA and the intersection of both.
Speaker: Evan T. Priestle
A New Day for Wage and Hour Law
The presidential election signaled dramatic changes in wage and hour compliance requirements and enforcement, though details have been slow to emerge. This session will address the latest developments under the DOL’s new leadership, as well as expected changes yet to come.
Speaker: Justin D. Flamm
Challenges Faced by Employers with Employees Working Remotely
May I work from home? Does my job really require me to be in the office? Is it better for the company to offer opportunities for employees to work from home? What are the pros and cons for allowing employees to work remotely? This session will answer those questions and provide best practices for employers who allow employees to work remotely.
Speaker: Janica Pierce Tucker
11:35 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
2017: The Year in Review
This presentation will address a selection of hot topics, interesting cases and recent developments in employment law. It will also cover how these recent decisions impact your organization.
Speaker: Sarah Leyshock
This presentation will include a discussion of the OSHA areas of emphasis and priorities of the Administration.
Guest Speaker: Ken Montgomery, Cincinnati Area Director of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Register by clicking here. Questions? Contact Theresa Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-357-9404.
This seminar is pending approval for CLE hours in both Ohio and Kentucky and SHRM and HRCI general HR credit hours.
There is no cost to attend this seminar and lunch.