Sexual Harassment: What Everyone Needs to Know
Date: January 18, 2018
Time: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Where: City Hall, Room 303, Duluth, MN
Cost: Free and open to the public.
Attendees will learn the following:
This event is free and open to the public. It will be held at City Hall, Room 303 on January 18, 2018 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The media is invited to attend and learn more about this timely topic.
Larkin Hoffman Attorneys will highlight recent MN, WI, and federal laws, regulations, and decisions that have an immediate impact on senior executives and business leaders within human resources.
Visit www.larkinhoffman.com to learn more about their firm and the guiding principles that have defined their culture for more than 50 years!
MNOSHA North Supervisor Jeff Isakson will outline MNOSHA updates, guide participants through preparing for an OSHA audit, and advise key stakeholders in handling OSHA complaints
Jeff Isakson joined Minnesota OSHA in November of 2003 as a Supervisor. Prior to Minnesota OSHA, Jeff worked 14 years as a safety professional in the Pulp and Paper industry.
Salary Basis Essentials: The Things You Might Be Doing Wrong!
The Fair Labor Standards Act was enacted 80 years ago, but to this day still poses compliance challenges for employers. For salaried exempt employees, the challenges include compliance with the intricacies of the “salary basis” test. How is an exempt employee paid a “salary?” It’s not as obvious as it may seem. This presentation will address the intricacies.
Mr. Roby graduated with highest honors from the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology and received his law degree from William Mitchell College of Law. He is certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association as a labor and employment law specialist. He has been named a Super Lawyer every year of the program’s existence. He practices with the Duluth firm of Johnson, Killen & Seiler.
Workplace Violence Prevention & Planning - Vicki Sanders
Human Resource professionals are required to investigate complaints of harassment or discrimination; they also may conduct investigations into other misconduct. Those investigations must be conducting professionally and defensibly. This session will review the elements of a workplace investigation from intake of the complaint through gathering of evidence through making findings of fact. It will include practical tips as well as a review of best practices and practical strategies for receiving complaints, gathering evidence, assessing credibility and preparing reports.
For thirty years Fran Sepler has been an investigator and a teacher of investigation techniques. She is considered a national expert and have written a book on the topic and has devised methods and strategies that are efficient, successful, respectful and solidly defensible. She have done over 250 workplace investigations throughout the world.
The session is approved for 1 hour General Credit through HRCI (SPHR, PHR) and 1 credit hour for SHRM-SCP, and CP.
Presenting your HR Business Case to the C-Suite - Kendra Dodd
Employer Branding: Unlocking the Power of Purpose - Andy Goldman Gray
Understanding your Fiduciary Duties as a 401(k) Plan Sponsor - Dean McCall
Keeping Up With Changing Times By Changing The Work Environment - Marty Byrnes
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