New Employment Laws: What Employers Need to Know

New Employment Laws: What Employers Need to Know

Jun 27, 2017

Employers know that state laws have some of the biggest impacts on their day-to-day operations.  That’s why we’ve prepared a webinar to share with you the latest legislative updates from Missouri and Illinois.

We’ll cover laws that have recently passed and others that are awaiting the governors’ signatures in both states, including

Missouri

  • Developments with Missouri’s Right to Work Act
  • Changes to the Missouri Human Rights Act
  • Missouri’s Minimum Wage
  • Missouri’s Re-Authorization of Dues Bill
  • Missouri’s Project Labor Agreement Bill
  • REAL ID

Illinois

  • Illinois Freedom to Work Act
  • Illinois Child Bereavement Act
  • Illinois Employee Sick Leave Act
  • Illinois Right to Privacy in the Workplace Act
  • Illinois Retirement Savings
  • Illinois Victims’ Economic Security and Safety Act

Registration: Registration is complimentary.  Register now to listen live or later.

Who should attend: This webinar is designed for business owners, presidents, vice presidents, directors, human resource professionals, in-house counsel, benefits/leave administrators, and business owners who make strategic and educated decisions regarding their workforce.

When: June 27, 12-12:45 p.m.

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Any questions, please contact Sarah Leonard.  Register soon: seats are limited.

Top 5 Most Common FMLA Pitfalls – Webinar

Jun 03, 2017

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is one of the most complicated laws for employers to administer. To help you avoid getting tripped up, join us on May 17 to learn the 5 primary areas in which most mistakes are made in administering the FMLA. We’ll give you tips on how to ensure compliance and answer your toughest questions, including what you need to do to handle:

  • Proper notification to employees regarding their rights when placed on leave, when denying a leave, and other required FMLA notifications;
  • Proper and lawful interaction between employers and health care providers;
  • Challenges and errors associated with running FMLA concurrently with other forms of leave;
  • Pay-related issues and errors commonly made by employers;
  • Permissible changes in employee positions/duties during FMLA leaves, and more.

Who should attend: This webinar is designed for business owners, presidents, vice presidents, directors, human resource professionals, in-house counsel, benefits/leave administrators, and business owners who make strategic and educated decisions regarding their workforce.

When: June, 2017

Presenter:

Karen E. MilnerKaren Milner develops strategies to help clients avoid litigation and successfully defend against administrative actions or litigation from current or former employees. Experienced in representing clients against charges filed with the EEOC, MCHR, IDHR and CREA, Karen has worked with federal and state agencies from Kansas to Alaska.

4th Annual Golf FORE! Ellie

Jun 08, 2017

“GOLF FORE! ELLIE” – June 8, 2017 at Whitmoor Country Club. The golf event is raising money for the Rett Spectrum Clinic at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and Lowenbaum Law’s Michael Lowenbaum is pleased to serve as co-chair for the third year in a row. Click here for details.

 

Weed at Work

May 12, 2017

Listen here as Brian Bauer from H&H Health and Lowenbaum Law’s Michael Lowenbaum reveal everything employers need to know – on FM NewsTalk 97.1 http://www.971talk.com/blogs/marc-cox/news-desk/weed-work