39th Annual Employment & Labor Law Seminar
Navigate the maze of today’s employment landscape with a clearer vision of what’s ahead. Gain elevated insight and practical next steps at Fredrikson’s 39th Annual Employment and Labor Law Seminar,
Navigate the maze of today’s employment landscape with a clearer vision of what’s ahead. Gain elevated insight and practical next steps at Fredrikson’s 39th Annual Employment and Labor Law Seminar, taking place virtually across two half-days in October.
Fredrikson’s Employment & Labor Law Seminar will help attendees sharpen their perspective on recent changes to laws impacting noncompetes, separation agreements, employee handbooks and policies, and sick and safe leave. Attendees will deepen their understanding of differing state laws to address employee mobility fueled by remote work. Discover smart pathways for minimizing risk without hindering the ability to attract top talent.
With legal wisdom and a problem-solving point of view, twenty-one Fredrikson attorneys offer context, strategies and solutions to help you skillfully traverse the new complexities of employment laws and workplace compliance.
Event dates are the mornings of Tuesday, Oct. 24 and Thursday, Oct. 26, with programming from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Central each day. Registration for the virtual program is now open. Click this link for further details: http://bit.ly/3PVz2Ki. Cost of the event will be $150.
This year’s topics
Oct. 24 – Federal & State Updates from 2023, The Top 10 Things for Non-Union (and Union) Employers to Know About the NLRA, Benefits Update, Escape the Labyrinth of Employee Handbooks, and Navigation Tools for Multi-State Employers.
Oct. 26 – Keeping Up with Changes in the Noncompete Landscape, Agency Enforcement: Handling and Preventing Government Investigations and Charges, Maneuvering Through the Maze of Sick Leave Laws and concluding with a Q&A session.
In addition to the Annual Employment & Labor Law Seminar, an on-demand recording of the seminar will be available to registrants following the live program. Registrants will be notified by email when these recordings become available.
Applications for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits for this program in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin have been submitted for this program. We have also applied for HRCI HR (General) credits and Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. Attendees will receive a follow-up email with continuing education details after the program. For more information and to register, visit: https://www.fredlaw.com/event-fredriksons-39th-annual-employment-labor-law-seminar.