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  • 6.3.20

    As we continue to slowly open up, many organizations are discovering that working remotely can be efficient and productive for some employees. With closed borders and limited ability to work at the office, Companies are finding solutions with remote workers, some of whom are working in other international jurisdictions.

  • 6.3.20

    As businesses across the nation prepare to reopen after the Coronavirus Pandemic, San Diego County businesses have special considerations that they must take. This webinar is for businesses with operations in San Diego County that are preparing to reopen or that have already begun operations.

  • 6.4.20

    Join Fisher Phillips attorneys Usama Kahf and Lauren Stockunas and special guest Steve Kerler, president of the Orange County Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and managing partner of Privageo, for an in-depth discussion on the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) and how it will affect many businesses that do business in California. 

  • 6.9.20

    Unionization is rapidly taking hold in the cannabis industry. Is your business prepared?  Join Fisher Phillips for this groundbreaking one-hour webinar analyzing the state-specific obligations for a cannabis industry employer to follow concerning a labor unions’ access to employees, access to employer property, entitlement to employer neutrality during union organizing, and collective bargaining. We will breakdown what Labor Peace Agreements (LPA) are, what they mean for your business, and recommend preventative measures to honor employee choice in remaining union-free. 

  • 6.11.20

    California employees and their attorneys have developed a new favorite claim that can cost your business millions. The new “claims du jour” in California are Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) claims for paystub violations under Labor Code Section 226, which has ten technical requirements. This webinar will cover PAGA cases, dissect the requirements of Section 226, and the impact of recent case law and recommend ways that employers can avoid these claims altogether and minimize any liability for past paystubs that have not been compliant.

  • 6.15.20

    Fisher Phillips Attorneys Sheila Willis, Rina Grassotti and LaKisha Kinsey-Sallis will present an informative webinar on the most recent updates regarding Title IX regulation.

  • 6.19.20

    The coronavirus pandemic forced many companies to execute employment decisions quickly out of necessity, amidst newly evolving administrative guidance and laws.  With many workers anxious about returning to work and unemployment at record levels, businesses must act more deliberately when applying this still ever-evolving framework to address employee concerns.

  • July 23-24, 2020

    1075 Peachtree Street NE 
    Suite 3500
    Atlanta, Georgia 30309

    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.

  • 7.30.20

    Join Seattle’s Amanda Buchan for to discuss what employers should know about the tangled web of various federal, state, and local laws that provide employees with protected leave. 

  • 9.11.20

    Even after employees return to work and business operations return to normal, the impact of COVID-19 has changed the workplace for the foreseeable future. And until a vaccine and tests become widely available, the threat of another outbreak and employee concerns or fears regarding COVID-19 will continue to permeate throughout the workplace.

  • October 15-16, 2020

    1075 Peachtree Street NE 
    Suite 3500
    Atlanta, Georgia 30309

    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.

Past Events

  • 5.28.20

    Employee performance is one of the most challenging areas for managers to navigate. However, effectively managing performance, discipline, and discharge can improve individual employee performance, increase organizational effectiveness, and decrease the risk of litigation. This program will discuss how to use “N.E.A.T.” and “C.L.E.A.N.” principles to manage (and help your managers manage) your employees’ performance.

  • 5.28.20

    Wage and hour compliance is never easy. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has  forced some New Jersey businesses to shut down completely and others to reduce operations or shift to a remote work.

  • 5.21.20

    Speaker: Ed Foulke, Partner, Fisher Phillips

    COVID-19 pandemic has caused a tremendous impact on employment in the United States. As a result, there has been a significant number of employees laid off while employees who remain on the job have and are facing many novel safety and health issues. This has resulted in OSHA receiving an increase in a number of whistleblower complaints. History involving past major catastrophic events such as 9/11, resulted in a significant increase in whistleblower claims. Employers must prepare for more complaints and resulting whistleblower investigations by OSHA. This program will discuss how to properly and legally handle discipline and/or termination of an employee so not to be covered under any of the 23 whistleblower statues overseen by OSHA. This webinar will examine what is “protected activity” and “adverse employment action”. It will discuss both the employee’s and employer’s burden of proof. The program will discuss how to properly handle a whistleblower investigation. Finally, the webinar will examine the potential remedies for whistleblower violations and settlement options.

  • 5.20.20

    It’s back to business for most states, and as stay-at-home orders start lifting in California, businesses are preparing to get back to work. This 60-minute presentation, hosted by Hannah Sweiss and Nicole Kamm, with the Los Angeles and Woodland Hills offices of Fisher Phillips, will address key considerations for employers as they bring their employees back to work.

  • 5.19.20

    In partnership with SD SHRM, please join Fisher Phillips attorneys Usama Kahf and Adam Sloustcher as they address some of the some of the key legal issues facing employers as businesses start re-opening and stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic expire. It is important to understand what your legal rights and obligations are as you develop your plans for resuming business post-COVID-19.

Media Inquiries

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

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