Congressional Clashes and Policy Pivots: Federal Employment Law Developments and What to Watch for in 2019

With a new Congress taking shape in 2019, the labor and employment regulatory landscape has once again shifted in a way that creates potential uncertainty for the employer community. What does this mean for important employment-related policy matters, such as changes to the overtime regulations, paid leave, issues of discrimination and harassment in the workplace, and proposed rules changes at the National Labor Relations Board and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration? Join us as we examine these and other issues that might be on the horizon for employers.

Washington State Paid Family and Medical Leave: Employer Obligations in 2019 and Beyond

Payroll withholdings for Washington State’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave benefits began on January 1, 2019, and payments and reporting to Washington State begin on April 1, 2019. On January 1, 2020, many employees in Washington State will be eligible for paid leave benefits under the state’s Paid Family and Medical Leave Act. Join this webinar for an update on what employers need to know and which administrative rules have been finalized.

“Reel” Ethics

In a world where lawyers annually must accumulate ethics CLE credit, one brave firm steps forward, armed with movie clips tailored to ethical issues facing in-house counsel, to save us all from CLE end-of-reporting-year panic.

Minneapolis, MN

OD Works! Immigration Boot Camp for HR Professionals

Does your company engage in visa and green card sponsorship? Are you seeing too many Requests for Evidence and denials, and looking for better results? Are you new to the immigration process and just want to learn more about the different visa categories? This program is designed to provide the basic building blocks to demystify the immigration process. Our team will provide a basic training on immigration concepts and offer strategies to build a successful immigration program at your company.

Tampa, FL