DEIRDRE KAMBER TODD
Deirdre Kamber Todd is the Managing Partner of the Kamber Law Group, P.C., a next-generation law-firm located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. With twenty years’ experience, Deirdre’s areas of practice include business law, employment law, healthcare law, and HIPAA. In addition to her legal practice, she has provided training and education for both the general public and special interest organizations. She presents at national, state, and local conferences have taught as an adjunct professor for several colleges, and regularly provides training to private clients. She has provided perspectives and interviews with Bloomberg News, NPR, SHRM, and other publications and has received client and legal awards for her work.
Do you know the top ten provisions of your employee handbook that can get your company in legal trouble? You need to, and you need to fix these issues immediately. This webinar will focus on your company’s employee handbook pitfalls, the omissions that you need to add, and the right language to avoid creating legal lability. Make sure you attend this program to find out what dangers are hiding in your handb..
In this program, we will evaluate diversity, multiculturalism, generational assemblage, and other forms of employee inclusion. We will consider the different forms of diversity and inclusion, the various meanings of diversity and inclusion, how to begin the conversation, how to maintain an inclusive workforce, how to raise the “return on investment” topic in an unfriendly atmosphere, and best practices for ..
As Human Resources, we are always balancing a the tightrope between keeping the C-suite happy and effectively working with our employees. It is neither simple nor easy. Our jobs are a lot easier when we work in a culture of highly motivated employees who want to do their best every day. But how to reach that pinnacle? Motivating employees is difficult, but not impossible; using a few tried and true techni..
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has come knocking -- uh, oh....what do you do now? Well, this program has the answers. Too many employers think that the EEOC process is a hazard to be survived, and the next, even more evil, step, also known as litigation, is a bridge crossed at a later date. Believe it or not, going through the EEOC's process can provide a lot of useful tips and tools to a savvy..