MRA Employment Law Update


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Press release submitted by Stephanie Noyd


MRA's Annual Employment Law Update
Thursday, February 28th 2013
Registration: 7:30 – 8:00 a.m.
Program 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Human resource professionals will not want to miss this hard-hitting, concise, and practical opportunity to stay current on employment laws directly impacting your organization.
Presenter: Robert S. Gallagher - Gallagher, Millage & Gallagher
Understand the Impact of Recent Legal Changes on Your Organization: A Year in Review – and Looking Forward The strategic HR professional must see the big picture. This requires taking a step back from the details of each change in the employment law. This session will review the developing employment law landscape. You'll hear our expert's assessment of what's recently changed, what's happening now, and what to expect next in this dynamic employment law world. Presenter: Heather L. Carlson - McDonald, Woodward & Carlson P.C.
Lessons from the Battlefield: How to Avoid Common Human Resources Mistakes
Sometimes the best lessons are learned from our mistakes or others mistakes. Listen to an experienced employment law attorney discuss the common mistakes that human resource professionals make that lead to perhaps unnecessary litigation and learn how to prevent these common mistakes. Presenter: Sigrid U. Zaehringer - Califf & Harper, P.C.
The NLRB and its Impact on Union and Non-Union Employers: Social Media, Handbooks and Disclaimers
This presentation will discuss: • The legal framework for evaluating social media in an employment context. • Recent NLRB cases discussing the contents of employment handbooks and the types of language which may violate the National Labor Relations Act. • How to draft social media and other employment policies which comply with the National Labor Relations Act.
Cost: Members $65 CEUs: 0.4
Nonmembers $85 HRCI Credits: 3.75 hours
Save your seat today! Space is limited. Click Anywhere to Register!
309.764.8354 / 888.516.6357 or stephanie.noyd@mranet.org
Event Location:
3800 Avenue of the Cities
Suite 100
Moline, IL 61265
Early Bird Pricing by February 15th
$59 MRA Member
$79 nonmember












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