Tuesday, September 28
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Ryan Swanson’s 33rd Annual Employment Law Webinar will keep business owners and human resources professionals up-to-date on the latest employment law developments, such as return to work, vaccine policies, hiring and terminations amid COVID, and federal and state level legislation, including Washington’s Long-Term Care Act.
- The Latest on COVID & Beyond: Future Workplace Considerations – Britenae Pierce [VIEW RECORDING] [DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION SLIDES]
Britenae will offer strategies on how to tackle the latest important issues involving return to work/remote work, vaccine policies and retaining and hiring employees amid COVID.
- Recent Developments in Federal Law – Helen Hapner [VIEW RECORDING] [DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION SLIDES]
Helen will give a brief recap of what you need to know about developments from the Biden administration, new federal regulation of non-competes, and a recent NLRB social media case.
- Long-Term Care Act and More: Clearing the Smoke on New Washington Laws – Hana Kern [VIEW RECORDING] [DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION SLIDES]
Washington State enacted new legislation in the past year that will have lasting impacts on employers and employees, such as the controversial Long-Term Care Trust Act, the Health Emergency Labor Standards Act, emergency rules protecting employees exposed to wildfire smoke, increases to the threshold for non-compete agreements and more. Hana will catch you up.
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions from HR Personnel – Pierce [DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION SLIDES]
Our team has been fielding calls from clients on a number of pressing issues throughout the year, answering questions about independent contractors, criminal convictions in hiring/termination, Washington law on alcohol in the workplace, and employee accommodation. We’ll share our answers to those questions, offer some key employment considerations for growing businesses, and answer some of your questions as well.
Program approved for 1.5 Washington MCLE and HRCI credits. If you have questions or would like to be added to our mailing list for future events, please contact Madison Lynd, [email protected].