“We are looking at a year when employers contend with the challenges created by a plethora of federal and state employment regulations, so this training will keep HR professionals, executives, counsel, and consultants up-to-date on the need-to-know developments."
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (PRWEB) March 21, 2018
BLR has announced the agenda for the 2018 HR Comply conference, formerly Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS), America’s leading employment law conference. This two-day event features dynamic keynotes, three breakout tracks—Foundations in HR Compliance, Legislative/Regulatory Updates and Trends, and HR Management Solutions—and optional preconference workshops to help employers comply with the latest regulations. It will be held November 14-16 in Las Vegas.
HR Comply will bring together employment law attorneys and hundreds of HR professionals from across the nation to review breaking legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments and strategies to address shifting organizational compliance priorities and strategic focus areas for HR practitioners in 2018. Attendees will learn how to revise and implement workplace policies on wage and hour, absence management, marijuana use, equal pay, citizen and gender-based discrimination, federal contractors, recordkeeping, and more.
The 2018 curriculum will address all of the hot-button issues dominating today’s headlines—and thus becoming a focus for federal and state agencies—including immigration & I-9 recordkeeping and sexual harassment.
Additionally, attendees will get the latest updates on:
- Accurately managing employee overtime
- Mitigating FMLA abuse
- Understanding the latest regulations for employee drug testing
- Sparking employee engagement efforts
- Abiding by new ADA and EEOC protections
- Adjusting your health care policy for a post-ACA world
- Preparing for new workplace realities, like telecommuting
- Adapting your human capital management program for Millennial workers
“The practicing attorneys and employment law experts at HR Comply will cover issues that are key to performance and profitability,” says Patricia Trainor, JD, SPHR, vice president of content & events for BLR. “We are looking at a year when employers contend with the challenges created by a plethora of federal and state employment regulations, so this training will keep HR professionals, executives, counsel, and consultants up-to-date on the need-to-know developments. What’s more, HR Comply’s capacity-capped environment lends to superior networking and deep-dive discussions so attendees can get their specific questions answered."
HR Comply 2018 takes place at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. For more information about the agenda, speakers, venue, etc. Visit HRComply.BLR.com or call 800-727-5257. Information about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities is available at http://live.blr.com/HRComply-sponsor/.
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