LUNCH & LEARN!
Employee or Independent Contractor?
"How to Properly Classify your Workforce and Avoid Liability"
Sponsored by Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. - Minnesota/North Dakota Chapter
Presentor: Seaton, Peters & Revnew Attorney Martin D. Kappenman (licensed in ND, MN & SD)
WHEN: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
WHERE: Westcon, Incorporated (training room)
7401 Yukon Drive, Bismarck, ND
COST: $10.00 per person (including lunch)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Owners, Senior managers, Human Resource Professionals
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Employment Practices Policies and Procedures That Every Employer Should Audit Heading Into 2013.
Attorneys Tom Revnew and Emily Ruhsam recently presented a Breakast Briefing on the above topic. Contact either of them for details on what you may have missed.
Bullying in the Workplace, Legal Developments and Practice Pointers
Attorney Martin Kappenman presented this session which focused on (1) recent developments in Minnesota law relating to workplace bullying, (2) workplace bullying and its role in “traditional” discrimination claims, and (3) employment policies and practices to help address bullying in the modern work force.
From-Hire-to-Fire: The Top 10 Mistakes Employers Make.
Attorneys Tom Revnew and Emily Ruhsam provide essential information for employers wanting to efficiently and effectively manage applicants and employees. They focus on issues such as asking appropriate interview questions, conducting background checks, managing workplace absences, dealing with disciplinary issues and minimizing risks in tough termination situations. They highlight the legal issues underlying these and other crucial employment practices and policies while providing tips to help avoid the “top ten” common mistakes employers make.
Employees Do the Darndest Things!
Attorneys Doug Seaton and Emily Ruhsam discuss some of the things employees do that leave employers scratching their heads (and some of the legal headaches that follow!). They discuss the impact employees actions or behavior have on employer liability under workers compensation, OSHA, discrimination and harassment laws, FMLA/ADA leave laws and third-party liability created by employees as well as violations of the duty of loyalty to the employer. This discussion is designed for owners, senior managers, human resources and labor relations professionals wanting practical take-aways for how to better prepare for and handle the next bizarre employee relations issue. Available at: https://seatonlaw.webex.com/seatonlaw/lsr.php?AT=dw&SP=MC&rID=63977702&r....