Employer Policies from Documentation through Retention - Best Practices in 2019
Product ID : SUFA-0013
Level : Advance
Duration : 60 Minutes
Susan Fahey Desmond is a principal with Jackson Lewis PC. She has been representing management in all areas of labor and employment law for over 30 years. A noted author and speaker, Ms. Desmond is listed in Best Lawyers in America and has been named by Chambers USA as one of America’s leading business lawyers.
One hour webinar covering employer requirements when it comes to documentation for the workforce. We will highlight several of the larger employment regulations that result in the most impact on employers: FLSA, Equal Employment, OSHA and best practices regarding performance and other documentation regarding employees.
- Regulatory requirements for documenting and retaining employment
- Deep dive of specific laws (FLSA, EEO, OSHA)
- Best Practices (technology, auditing)
- Samples and Cases of compliance and non-compliance
Course Level - Basic through Advanced
Who Should Attend
- All businesses who deal with employees
Why Should You Attend
With ever-changing regulations impacting employers and plaintiffs’ lawyers on the hunt, organizations must protect themselves by carefully documenting. From required documentation to best practice documentation – we’ll cover it all!
During this one hour webinar, attorney and HR expert Somer Jefferies will review the most impactful regulations and the current status and requirements of each. We will then do a deep dive into a few of the big regulations – FLSA, OSHA, EEO reporting – and some practice tips to documentation – #metoo, #timesheets, and #performance management.
The purpose of this webinar is to provide the attendee with compliance information and offer tips and tricks when it comes to best practices. We will cover the need to audit and even technology available in the market today to help your organization go paperless!
Finally, we will go over specific use cases based on relevant case law to provide attendees with real-life examples to take back and improve employer practices.