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  • 3.21.19

    March Madness captures the attention of millions of fans every year, but it also brings potential liability for employers. Betting pools at work are very common and a decrease in efficiency is unsurprising.

  • 3.26.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • March 28-29, 2019

    Every business around the world is constantly looking for a program or innovation that will give them an edge or advantage over their competition. ISO 45001, the new international occupational health and safety (OHS) management standard provides this once-in-a-generation advantage that cutting edge businesses will quickly utilize.

  • 3.28.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 3.28.19

    Please join us on Thursday, March 28 as Fisher Phillips attorney Anthony Isola discusses common mistakes employers make that lead to lawsuits.

  • 4.11.19

    Everyone seems to have strong opinions about politicians and issues. Inevitably, these opinions may come up during conversations at work where they can be disruptive and interfere with productivity.

  • 4.17.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 4.19.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 4.23.19

    Please join the Fisher Phillips Charlotte Office for an educational day of labor and employment hot topics with useful insight to enhance your business. The seminar will include OSHA updates as well as information about human resources in the new economy

    and an exclusive panel discussion with some of Fisher Phillips top attorneys.

  • 4.25.19

    Join Todd Lyon for this day-long course where attendees will discover the proper techniques and time-tested procedures to investigate misconduct in a unionized workplace.

  • March & April

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 4.29.19

    Join us for an all-day HRCI/SHRM and CLE seminar focused on labor and employment law. 

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Media Inquiries
Meghan Warin
Director of Public Relations
Tel: (404) 240-4282
mwarin@fisherphillips.com 

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