TCSHRM - Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute
Monday, May 21, 2018 - Tuesday, May 22, 2018
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
St Paul RiverCentre
TCSHRM understands that staying current and knowledgeable in employment and labor law legislation is critically important in our profession. We also understand that it can be difficult to not only stay current with new legislation, but also to gain the necessary understanding so you are able to apply that knowledge in your organization. For this reason, TCSHRM continues to partner with Minnesota CLE in sponsoring the annual Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute. TCSHRM members will receive a special discounted rate of $100 off their registration fee.
The Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute is the largest and best employment law conference in the nation! In addition to a thorough update on all new law developments, the conference features 100 sessions covering every aspect of employment law – giving each attendee the opportunity to choose those sessions of greatest value to them. The conference brings together plaintiff, defense, corporate and government speakers and attendees – giving you ample opportunity to hear from various viewpoints. You’ll take from the conference many new ideas to put into practice plus a wealth of resource materials – and you’ll leave reinvigorated to tackle even your toughest employment law problems.
New Laws, New Cases, and More Changes From the Administration!
The Trump Administration – Anticipating and Responding to Changes, and Advising Clients Amid Uncertainty
Sex Harassment Claims – Complaint Procedures, Investigations, Litigation
NLRB Reversals – Impacting All Workplaces!
Paid Sick Leave, Local Minimum Wage, and Workplace Scheduling Laws
Title VII, 8th Circuit, ADA, FLSA, OFCCP and Other Legal Updates
Determining Witness Credibility in Investigations
The Employee Suffering From Depression – The FMLA and ADA Implications
Electronic Discovery – Making It Understandable
The I-9 and Immigration Enforcement
The Latest on the FLSA Exempt-Status Regulations
Expanding Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims
Tip Pooling Cases
How Much Leave Must Be Granted Under the ADA?
The Interactive Process and Reasonable Accommodation
The Scope of Title VII and Other Protections for LGBT Employees
Friedlander and Its Impact on Whistleblower Cases
Political Speech in the Workplace
Data Security – Keeping Client Information Safe
Drug Testing Traps
Dealing with Undocumented Workers
Risk Management for In-House Counsel
Workers’ Compensation Laws and Their Impact
And much, much more!
For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.
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