In this practical and timely webinar, employers get the inside scoop on new employment regulations, enforcement trends and potential new laws on the horizon, including:
- What recent court decisions could mean for your company
- Top legislative/regulatory changes in 2018 and what could be coming down the pike
- Specific employment law changes that should be on every HR manager’s radar, and practical ways to avoid legal claims
- What’s next in terms of ‘Me Too’ movement/Sexual Harassment
- Latest accommodation rules under the ADA
- Trump administration enforcement expectations for EEOC, OSHA, DOL, and more
- Latest retaliation, discrimination, harassment, FMLA, and age discrimination issues
- Best practices for updating policies and procedures
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This comprehensive guide gives you all the guidance and support materials you and your managers need to ensure record retention compliance including:
• Creating a Successful Program
• Policy & Procedures
• Litigation Holds
• Implementation of Your Retention Policy
• You Can Retain Too Much
• Going Paperless
• Medical Records
• I-9 Forms
• Suggested Retention Guidelines
• FLSA Fact Sheet
• FMLA Forms
• Sample Record Retention and Destruction Policy
• Record Retention Policy Checklist
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Burton D. Garland, Jr.
Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Mr. Garland practices all facets of labor and employment law. Mr. Garland’s labor law practice includes union avoidance counseling and campaigns, elections, objections to elections, R-Case strategy and litigation, collective bargaining, strikes and injunctions, arbitration, and unfair labor practice charges before the National Labor Relations Board.
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