What Employers Need to Know Now! The Top Legal Changes and Issues for 2023!
Recorded On: 09/19/2022
Post pandemic, the 2020 election and 2022 mid-term elections have many employers surprised by the numerous employment law changes which can unwittingly trigger liability. This webinar with interactive Q&A will highlight the biggest developments and provide participants guidance on how to reduce or avoid their risk. Hot topics include:
• Getting the latest Michigan minimum wage and paid sick leave update, and how to plan for changes afoot in Lansing.
• Preparing for anticipated changes to the Federal Labor Standards Act and knowing who can be treated as exempt from overtime.
• Understanding changes to in federal rules law making it harder to classify workers as “independent contractors” instead of as “employees.”
• Adequately addressing legal issues (such as taxes and pay rules) that arise when employees (continue to) work remotely.
• Covering why non-unionized employers must now, more than ever, pay attention to the National Labor Relations Board, and how its rules apply to their non-union operations.
• Exploring if you may need an employee handbook update and determining if your arbitration agreement may be past its prime.
Course Timing: 1 hour
This webinar will be recorded and available on-demand shortly after the live webinar.
A skilled labor and employment attorney and highly educated labor management scholar, Rob advises clients across the United States, including closely held companies, publicly traded corporations, local units of government, K-12 school districts, charter schools, community colleges, and state universities.
Beyond the financial exposure and public reputational hits associated with litigation, Sean helps clients navigate everyday employment issues that impact workplace productivity, morale, and resources. Sean provides counsel to his clients early on to avoid risk on the front end by reviewing and drafting employment contracts, instituting arbitration provisions and procedures, anticipating potential claims, and providing practical guidance to avoid liability. When disagreements become disputes, he appears in state and federal courts, dispute resolution forums, and agency tribunals to vigorously defend businesses and deliver practical solutions.
One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.