Hot Topics in Employment Law Impacting Your Business Today
For most organizations at least 70% of your annual budget is wrapped up in your employees. Are you aware of the most relevant items going on that touch on your relationship with your employees? Potentially threaten your budget and force you to consider new and different things whether you are the owner, manager, HR or finance? This session will cut through the volumes of information sent to everyone on a moment by moment basis and provide you with a look at some of the most challenging employment issues facing our organizations. BUT WAIT, THERE IS MORE! Because we will be discussing not just pending and anticipated legislation, critical investigative issues, perhaps a case or two, but also handling your concerns and providing practical applications to take back to your office. So join us for this engaging look into what every business needs to know.
- To explain some of the most important legal challenges impacting each participants’ organization.
- Provide methods and examples of how to deal with issues in a participants’ workplace.
- Serve as a safe forum for the exchange of best practices between the presenter as well as the participants.
Louis R. Lessig, Esquire, SHRM-SCP, SPHR is a Partner at the law firm of Brown & Connery, LLP in Westmont, NJ in their labor and employment group. He regularly counsels clients, conducts training sessions and represents clients in federal and state court as well as before administrative agencies. Mr. Lessig speaks across the country and regularly writes articles that appear in publications nationwide. In 2015, he won the SmartCEO – ESQ Industry Award – recognizing the region’s most trusted advisors. Every year since 2012, Mr. Lessig has been selected as a “Super Lawyer” in Labor and Employment law. In 2010 he was selected as a Delaware Valley Human Resources Consultant of the Year Nominee. He is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and serves on the Board of the Philadelphia chapter. Mr. Lessig is an active volunteer for SHRM as Legislative Director for Garden State Council-SHRM, as well as President of Tri-State HRMA.