This seminar has been pre-approved for 3.75 HR Certification Institute credit hours and 3.75 general CLE credit hours in Washington. Oregon CLE credits are pending.
921 S.W. 6th Ave.
For directions, visit the Portland Hilton website.
(Please note that parking will be at your own expense.)
This seminar is $75 prepay online; $90 at the door.
Caleb Hall, 503.778.2043
The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
Please join us on Thursday, April 9, for our 32nd Annual Labor and Employment Seminar as we team with Oregon Business magazine’s 2015 “Best Companies to Work For in Oregon.” The seminar will be held at the Portland Hilton. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.; program is held from 8 a.m. to noon.
This annual seminar, geared toward Employers, Managers, Human Resource Professionals and Corporate Counsel, is part of our ongoing Employment Law School For Managers® Series.
Craig A. Day
We will cover recent developments regarding the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act. In particular, we will focus on 2015 implementation of the mandate by “large” employers and reporting requirements applicable to “large” and “mid-size” employers in 2015.
Paul M. Ostroff
We will cover what employers need to know about legal trends affecting employers over the past year, including new federal, state and local laws; regulatory changes and initiatives; and decisions from courts.
Susan K. Eggum
A national commission reports that an estimated $1.1 billion of losses are suffered annually by U.S. corporations due to theft of trade secrets. Learn about some risk management tools when onboarding and exiting your C-Suite employees.
Retaliation and whistleblowing claims are the fastest growing legal claims facing employers today. Retaliation claims alone account for over 40 percent of EEOC charges. We will address the developments that have led to the dramatic expansion of such claims and the steps employers can take to reduce their risks.
David G. Hosenpud
Will the advent of legalized marijuana challenge your drug free workplace policies? Likely, and defensible employment decisions may turn on detection levels sufficient to prove “intoxication.”
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