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Labor & Employment Attorneys Present a Four-Part Webinar Series on the Lifecycle of an Employee

Event Dates: June 22, 2021
Services: Labor and Employment

Webinar Series for Human Resource Professionals - Navigating the Lifecycle of an Employee

Anna Maria Tejada and Zachary Kimmel, members of the Firm's Labor & Employment Practice will present a four-part webinar series focused on the challenging labor and employment issues that HR professionals face in managing today's workforce.  This interactive and engaging series of discussions will provide human resources and related professionals with solutions to a variety of day-to-day risk scenarios that often arise with hiring and recruiting, performance management and discipline, employee leave, and termination.

Dates, Topics & Takeaways

  • Tuesday, June 22, 2021 - Hiring and Recruiting
    • Sample Offer Letter
    • Sample Employment Agreement
  • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 - Discipline & Performance Management
    • Counseling Forms
    • Sample Performance Improvement Plan
  • Tuesday, August 3, 2021 - Employee Leave
    • Sample PTO Policy
    • Sample Leave Policy
  • Tuesday, September 14, 2021 - Termination
    • Sample Severance Agreement
    • Sample Termination Notice

Time

  • 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. (ET)

Registration Fee

  • $495 per person (this fee includes access to the four-part webinar series and topic-specific handouts for each webinar)

HRCI and SHRM CE Credit

  • HRCI:  The June 22 program has been approved for 1.5 general HRCI credits; applications are pending for the remaining sessions for 1.5 general credits each.
  • SHRM:  The June 22 program has been approved for 1.5 general SHRM credits; applications are pending for the remaining sessions for 1.5 general credits each.

This presentation is for educational purposes and, therefore: (a) is not legal advice, (b) does not create a lawyer-client relationship, and (c) should not be acted on without seeking professional counsel who have been informed of the specific facts.