Once considered a concern only for unionized employers, the National Labor Relations Board is attempting to assert itself into almost every employment relationship in the country. Find out why every employer should be concerned with the latest efforts by labor, the NLRB and the federal government to thrust new obligations upon them. More importantly, learn what employers can do to prepare to manage and compete in this much more antagonistic environment.
Additionally, learn about the most common mistakes employers make which result in employment litigation, and how to avoid those mistakes.
- The NLRB’s Position on Social Media
- The “Boeing” Issue
- Proposed Changes to Election Rules
- New Posting Obligations
- New Obligations for Federal Contractors
- Top 7 Ways to Become Known as The Defendant, and How to Avoid Them
This course has been submitted and is pending approval by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) for 2.0 hours of Continuing Education Credit. Attendance at the entire seminar is required in order to receive full credit.
To RSVP or contact us, click here. In order to receive your HRCI Certificate, please provide your company name and mailing address. The registration deadline is September 27, 2011. Limit three attendees per company.