Tue, January 29th, 2008 - 4:17 pm - By Gordon Basichis
Breakfast Seminars 2008 Labor & Employment Legal Update As the law continues to change year after year, so must the workplace. Many of these changes are often complicated and confusing. To help employers keep up with all the legal changes, Silver & Freedman’s annual program will summarize new Federal and State employment laws and regulations, recommending strategies for enacting change while preserving efficiency, culture and profit. Discussions will include: â€¢ New leave policy for spouses of military personnel â€¢ Changes to policies regarding employee status, sexual harassment, non-fraternization and security, based on new case law â€¢ Changes to the arbitration policy in light of new case law â€¢ Enhancements to policies regarding company access to computers, BlackBerries and other PDAs â€¢ Changes to policies regarding employee blogs and personal websites that impact the workplace â€¢ New policy regarding the use of employee’s likeness in company promotional materials â€¢ New policy regarding employee contact with the media â€¢ New option regarding consumption of alcohol at company and business events Date: February 15, 2008 Location: Four Seasons Hotel Grand Ballroom 300 S. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles Register for this seminar Unable to attend this seminar? Attend our LIVE “2008 Labor & Employment Legal Update” online webinar on Wednesday, February 20 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am Pacific Time. The cost per connection is $250. To register or for more information, contact our Client Services Department at 310.282.9417. Register for this webinar
Corra is acquainted with some of the attorneys at this prestigious Los Angeles Law Firm. They specialize in employment law and if you are in the area, the seminar may well be worth attending.
Corra believes the more informed you know about employment law, the better the chances of heading off any litigious circumstances that may arise from employees in your work place.
Having a preemployment screening program in place will also go a long way into saving money on rehires and helping to avoid litigious situations in the work place. Let’s face it, the more understanding you have, the more information you have, the better off you are. Background checks provide you with important information about your employment candidates.
Check them out before you hire.