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HR Roundtable offers practical insights


As the law and the workplace changes, HR pros confront new issues daily. Employees' use of social media and the new health care law are just two of the hot topics you'll learn about –and gain from peers' experience confronting these issues—at The League's HR Roundtable, set for Feb. 20 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton.

 

The morning will cover a wide swath of changes to employment law, including:


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  • Social media policies. What you can and cannot require of employees

 

  • The new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other guidance. Reassigning disabled employees and what you can /should require of an employee absent for a medical reason

 

  • Snow days and "working vacations." Paid or not? Counted or not?

 

  • Pros and cons of leave donations between employees

 

  • The Affordable Care Act (ACA). Issues and responsibilities for employers

 

  • Fair Credit Reporting Act forms. See what's new for 2013

 

The afternoon will be attendees' time to discuss specific concerns and situations. Participants are encouraged to submit topics of interest when registering so that we can address your concerns. Do you have question about any of the following, or some other area of concern?

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  • Concealed carry issues

 

  • Background checks

 

  • Personnel recordkeeping

 

  • Employee evaluations

 

  • Investigation and termination tips

 

"The HR Roundtable is one of the best places to hear about changes to the law but also learn and share real world experiences implementing today's requirements,'" said presenter Joanne Whiting, Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy Officer for The League and H.R. consultant to credit unions. "It's helpful to hear from peers not only what they've experienced, but the outcome of situations and the effect that had on the credit union, its staff and members. HR pros come with a wealth of insights you won't want to miss."

 

Having practiced management-side employment law in private practice as an attorney and worked with employers for more than 20 years, Jo has extensive knowledge about how H.R. issues affect credit unions. Her presentations are geared to help workplaces stay abreast of legal requirements, create supportive and productive environments for staff and prevent situations from becoming costly liabilities.

 

Register  today! Questions? Contact Judy Phillips at (262) 408-6020.


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