Employment Relations Seminar: Defend the Land

OCT 05, 2016
Lockkeepers Restaurant

8001 Rockside Road
Valley View, OH 44125

The Scouting Report: Case Law Update
Tracey Turnbull, Porter Wright
In the first half, Tracey will provide a scouting report on what employers need to know to stay competitive. This presentation will review recent key decisions from state and federal courts and administrative agencies addressing issues that may affect your workplace's ability to stay competitive this season.

Don't Foul Out: Are You Compliant and Ready for the DOL's Dec. 1 Deadline?
Leigh Anne Benedic, Porter Wright
The U.S. Department of Labor issued final regulations increasing the minimum salary for meeting certain exemptions to the FLSA's overtime requirements. Leigh Anne will help you stay inbounds with these changes, outline your options for compliance, as well as help to ensure that you are prepared by Dec. 1, 2016.

A Slam Dunk? OSHA's Regulations and Drug Testing Compliance
Rebecca Kopp Levine, Porter Wright
A simple change in OSHA's requirements meant to improve workers' safety takes effect Jan. 1, 2017. This will make certain employers electronically submit injury and illness data that they are already required to record on their onsite OSHA injury and illness forms. Find out what you need to do for compliance and how the newly approved medical marijuana fits in your playbooks.

Traveling Travails
Rob Cohen, Porter Wright
Employers are charged with complying with varying labor and immigration laws and regulations while protecting the rights of employees and the integrity of the franchise. Know the important rules when recruiting, hiring and maintaining your international team line up. Rob will discuss recent developments regarding OPT STEM extensions, possible new PERM rules, the administration's proposed new rule for entrepreneurs and small business startups, and traps for the unwary international traveler to help you put your game plan together.