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Join us November 28th for the ARMA Employment Law Seminar facilitated by Christopher Wike of the Law Firm Hajjar Peters.  This half-day event will provide you and your managers with helpful information on a variety of critical issues impacting companies. We are partnering with AHRMA (Austin Human Resource Management Association) to make sure this seminar will be eligible for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits. Full list of speakers and agenda coming soon.


ARMA Employment Law Seminar
Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
8:00AM - 12:00PM
Location: Norris Conference Center | 2525 W Anderson Ln. #365, Austin, TX 78757

ARMA or AHRMA Member $125
Non-Member $175

 

Agenda Overview:

Walls, Raids & Travel Bans—What Texas Employers Can Expect Under the Trump Administration
Presented by Kevin Lashus, Partner at Fisher Broyles, LLP
In this presentation, Mr. Lashus will discuss the latest developments in immigration law under the current administration and give businesses practical considerations for compliance in immigration-related issues and what to expect in the future.
 
Successful Hiring: Creative and Compliant 
Presented by Caroline Valentine, President of ValentineHR
Often, hiring managers are told what not to do in the hiring process—what not to ask and not to say during an interview by well-meaning employment attorneys and HR professionals. Ms. Valentine will focus on the “how to” of creating interview process and assessments that are practical and lead to successful hires.
 
OSHA Enforcement: What is the Current State of Play?
Presented by Frank Davis, Partner at Ogletree Deakins, PC
Historically, OSHA’s approach to regulation and enforcement ebbs and flows with changes in presidential administrations, and the resulting changes in policy, strategy, enforcement, standards, regulations, and even the law itself. The Obama administration’s mantra was “regulation by shaming,” and press releases branding employers as bad actors and placement in the Severe Violator Enforcement Program were routine. Will this continue under the Trump administration? During this presentation, Mr. Davis will discuss OSHA’s latest strategies with regard to policy, regulations and standards, enforcement, and litigation and settlement, and provide advice regarding dealing with OSHA under President Trump.
 
Employee Handbook Check-Up
Presented by Chris Wike, Partner at Hajjar Peters LLP
Just as it is highly recommended to see your doctor from time to time for a check-up, the same is true for your employee handbook. Mr. Wike will discuss the most common problems he encounters with employee handbooks and go through a checklist of what every good employee handbook should have, and just as importantly, shouldn’t have.

 

For any questions, please contact Liz Gori at liz@arma-tx.org. 


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