- Denver’s Labor and Employment Law Update5.2.17
Join Fisher Phillips for a half day seminar designed to provide balanced information and practical solutions to some of the most critically important issues employers face. Presentation topics will feature forward-looking perspective on employment challenges faced in today’s complex and ever-changing workplace climate.
- Women Leaders: Lawyers Learning the Business of BusinessMay 3-4, 2017
As a Diamond Sponsor of the Ascent 2017 Conference -Women Leaders: Lawyers Learning the Business of Business, Fisher Phillips invites you to this upcoming continuing legal education program designed specifically for emerging law department leaders seeking to accelerate their career trajectory.
- The First 100 Days: What the New Administration Means For Benefits, Taxes, and Employment Compliance5.9.17
Since the election, there has been much talk about the new administration’s initiatives. With inauguration day upon us, we will move from speculation to reality. Join our experts for their analysis on the what we have learned from the first 100 days and the impact this will have on your business.
Join Fisher Phillips and OEN for a half day conference exploring employment-related legal issues, including personnel management, pay practices, avoiding government investigations, and protecting your trade secrets and other confidential information.
- Memphis Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar5.11.17
The labor and employment attorneys of the Fisher Phillips Memphis office, in partnership with SHRM Memphis, will be presenting practical solutions to workplace problems that could arise under the Trump administration. This seminar is appropriate for HR professionals, business owners and anyone who handles employee complaints, manages employees or makes decisions impacting the workplace.
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, Roper Insurance and Fisher Phillips invite you to attend our Human Resources Academy, which occurs on the second Thursday of every month. Our presentations are designed for business owners, managers, supervisors, HR professionals, and in-house attorneys who must deal with real life workplace issues that have real legal consequences.
Register now to hear from a panel of automotive industry thought leaders, including Fisher & Phillips' own Tim Scott, Kynzie Sims from Compli, and Patrick Sanders from SmithAmundsen.
The current political and social landscape seems more polarized than at any point in recent history. Conflicting ideologies fuel a disjointed approach to legislation, regulation, and enforcement, leaving many organizations unsure about how to move their businesses forward. This is especially true as it relates to questions of legal compliance and decisions that impact the workforce and workplace.
- Fisher Phillips Seminar5.19.17
The labor and employment attorneys from Fisher Phillips are presenting practical solutions to workplace problems for anyone who manages employees or makes decisions impacting the workplace.
Seattle’s Secured Scheduling Ordinance, designed to provide employees who physically work at least 50% of the time within Seattle’s limits with both a “livable wage” and a “livable schedule,” Seattle’s new law creates traps for the unprepared employer. This complimentary 60 minute webinar will review the law’s key rules, such as employees’ right to may request schedule preferences and the employers’ due to engage in an interactive process with employees to discuss such requests, predictability pay requirements and exceptions, and record keeping rules.
Please join us on Thursday, May 25, 2017 as Fisher Phillips Attorney Benjamin Ebbink provides a briefing on the hottest developments in California that Sacramento area employers need to know. Find out what big legislative bills are pending NOW, so you can influence the conversation and plan ahead.
OSHA’s new drug testing and anti-retaliation rule, which alters the circumstances when drug testing can be conducted and reemphasizes the protections for employees to report injury and illnesses without fear of retaliation, is now in effect. The final rule, which has likely led to more calls to our firm than any other change we’ve seen in years, contains key provisions of which employers should be aware.
Join Todd Lyon for this day-long survival course in contract interpretation. Attendees will learn time-honored methods for interpreting the thorniest areas of collective bargaining agreements, from grievance procedures to seniority provisions and management rights.
Fisher Phillips Women’s Initiative & Leadership Council invites you to kick off summer with cocktails and comradery at the beach! Join us for sushi, robata, cocktails, and great conversation at the Backhouse Restaurant in Pacific City.
- Dallas Two-part Lunch and Learn SeriesJuly 13 & August 24, 2017
The attorneys at Fisher Phillips are conducting a two-part series Lunch & Learn this year with guidance on employment laws implicated by substance abuse and mental conditions in the workplace.
- Partnered with Talis Group4.27.17
Ever wish you could go through what-if situations about hiring your next, best employee directly with employment lawyers and recruiters?
Join R3 Risk Management & Central Carolina Insurance Agency (P.O. Box 706, Mooresville, NC 28115) for an exclusive seminar on workplace safety and employment law. Travis Vance with Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm, will lead a discussion on how to comply with federal and local laws regarding drug testing employees, wage and hour regulations, and workplace safety.
The current political and social landscape is more polarized than at any point in recent history. Conflicting ideologies fuel a disjointed approach to legislation, regulation, and enforcement, leaving many organizations unsure about how to move their businesses forward. This is especially true as it relates to decisions that impact the workforce and workplace.
The late 80s and 90s were the beginning of employers’ battles with unlawful drugs and the creation of a host of new regulations by the DOT and numerous states.
Are you confused about protected leaves and accommodations for your employees dealing with mental health issues in the workplace?