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  • 9.13.19

    Disneyland Hotel
    1150 West Magic Way
    Anaheim, CA 90802

    Floyd Skeren Manukian Langevin and Fisher Phillips are pleased to partner and present the 8th Annual Employment Law Conference at the Disneyland Hotel, Friday, September 13, 2019.

  • Webinar
    8.28.19

    Join us every month for our Webinar Wednesday series discussing hot HR topics. This complimentary event is a great opportunity to get the information you need to stay in the know. 

  • 8.22.19

    The Houston Club
    One Shell Plaza
    910 Louisiana, 49th Floor
    Houston, TX 77002

    Join Fisher Phillips attorneys for a complimentary breakfast briefing where we will discuss the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as amended, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Worker’s Compensation.

  • 8.22.19

    Charlotte City Club
    121 W Trade St, Suite 3100
    Charlotte, NC 28202

    Join OSHA and Workplace Safety professionals Orvel Ronk, Travis Vance, Kathleen Zicari and Steve Melton for an informative session that will highlight why it is important for businesses to have an active shooter program.

  • 8.20.19

    Double Tree Hotel Ontario

    222 Vineyard Ave

    Ontario, CA 91764

    Please join us over breakfast for an educational morning of presentations on compliance regulation as well as employee retention laws for 2019 by the industry leaders in employer litigation. Join us as we discuss:

  • 8.9.19

    Overland Park Convention Center
    6000 College Blvd.
    Overland Park, KS 66211

    Please save the date for our 2019 Midwest Labor & Employment Law Seminar coming up in August in Overland Park, Kansas.

  • Lunch 'N Learn
    8.8.19

    Fisher Phillips Los Angeles Office
    444 South Flower Street, Suite 1500
    Los Angeles, CA 90071

    Join Fisher Phillips attorneys Suzy Lee and Rayan Naouchi on August 8, 2019, to learn the ins and outs of proper employee discipline, including employee coaching, verbal warnings, how to prepare a robust write-up, and whether progressive discipline or termination is necessary.

  • Multiple Dates

    Maggiano’s at NorthPark
    8687 North Central Expressway
    Dallas, TX  75225

    Join Fisher Phillips attorneys for a complimentary two-part series Lunch & Learn dedicated to hot topics in workplace safety and employment law.

  • 8.1.19

    Tuscany Suites & Casino
    255 E. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas, NV 89169

    Please join Fisher Phillips for our next Breakfast Briefing covering recent updates in Federal and Nevada labor and employment law.

  • 7.31.19

    Las Olas Centre
    450 East Las Olas Blvd.   
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    Workplace investigations can be challenging. This interactive training will address best practices for leading these investigations, such as: effective interviewing skills; assessing credibility; weighing evidence; and handling issues of confidentiality.

  • 7.30.19

    Rock Bottom Brewery
    740 N Plankinton Ave
    Milwaukee, WI 53203

    Join Fisher Phillips attorney, Sheila Willis, for a local brewery tour and beer tasting at the famous Rock Bottom Brewery.

  • 7.18.19

    Webinar

    Join us for a webinar that will provide you with an overview of the key issues involved in the new EEO-1 Component 2 pay data and hours worked requirements.

  • July 8-9, 2019

    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.

  • Los Angeles Lunch 'N Learn
    7.9.19

    Fisher Phillips Los Angeles Office

    444 South Flower Street, Suite 1500

    Los Angeles, CA 90071

    California employers that conduct background checks must navigate a wide range of legal requirements or face hefty penalties.

  • How a Typo Can Cost You Millions
    6.28.19

    California Restaurant Association
    621 Capitol Mall, Suite 2000
    Sacramento, CA 95814 

    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 PAGA claims for paystub violations under Labor Code Section 226, which has ten technical requirements.

  • Multiple Dates

    Multiple Locations

    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. 

  • How a Typo Can Cost You Millions
    6.27.19

    Four Embarcadero Center

    Embarcadero Conference Center, Promenade Level

    San Francisco, CA 94111

    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 PAGA claims for paystub violations under Labor Code Section 226, which has ten technical requirements.

  • 6.19.19

    Grand Street Cafe
    4740 Grand Avenue
    Kansas City, MO 64112

    Now that 33 states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana in some form, including Missouri, which legalized medical marijuana this past January, employers must evaluate potential workplace issues and take steps to ensure a productive and safe workforce. 

  • 6.13.19

    Fisher Phillips Los Angeles Office
    444 South Flower Street, Suite 1500
    Los Angeles, California 90071

    We’re already halfway through 2019! Please join us for lunch and a mid-year update on recent employment litigation and regulations you want to make sure you are up-to-date on. We will address various issues that may affect California employers and discuss methods California employers can take to ensure compliance.

  • Legislative Updates, Pay Equity, Drug Testing, & Medical Marijuana
    6.12.19

    Heritage Golf Club
    3525 Heritage Club Dr
    Hilliard, OH 43026

    Join the Fisher Phillips attorneys and guest speakers for three educational sessions about pending legislative matters, pay equity, and an opioid and medical marijuana update, with a networking lunch to follow.

  • Webinar
    Multiple dates

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  • 6.7.19

    Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort
    1111 North Ocean Drive
    Hollywood, FL  33019

     

    Join us at the South Florida Labor & Employment Conference, where we will bring together Fisher Phillips attorneys and business leaders to deliver informative content for anyone with the responsibility of managing today’s workforce.

     

  • New Requirements in 2020
    6.5.19

    One Embarcadero Center
    Embarcadero Conference Center, Suite 2050
    San Francisco, CA 94111

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • 6.4.19

    The Tampa Club
    101 E Kennedy Blvd Suite 4200
    Tampa, FL 33602

    During this Markel hosted event, PEO professionals will hear about employment law trends and developments from Fisher Phillips attorneys John Polson and Christine Howard, followed by a networking reception to network and have any follow-up questions answered.​

  • New Requirements in 2020
    Multiple Dates

    Multiple Locations

    SB 1343 expands the AB 1825 regulation and now requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.31.19

    City Club LA
    555 S. Flower Street - 51st Floor
    Los Angeles, CA 90071

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • Multiple Dates

    Multiple Locations 

     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.

  • 5.30.19

    Four Embarcadero Center
    Embarcadero Conference Center - Promenade Level
    San Francisco, CA 94111

    Employee performance is one of the most challenging areas for managers to navigate. 

  • Webinar
    5.29.19

    Join us every month for our Webinar Wednesday series discussing hot
    HR topics. This complimentary event is a great opportunity to get the
    information you need to stay in the know. 

  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.29.19

    California New Car Dealers Association 
    1517 L Street
    Sacramento, CA 95814

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • 5.28.19

    California Restaurant Association
    621 Capitol Mall, Suite 2000
    Sacramento, CA 95814

    Employee performance is one of the most challenging areas for managers to navigate. 

  • 5.23.19

    GoToWebinar

    As a Massachusetts employer, you're likely going to have new responsibilities under the Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) law. 

  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.22.19

    Hotel Irvine
    17900 Jamboree Road
    Irvine, CA 92614

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.14.19

    Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
    10950 North Torrey Pines Road
    La Jolla, CA 92037

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.10.19

    Embassy Suites by Hilton Ontario Airport
    3663 East Guasti Road
    Ontario, CA 91761

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • Webinar
    May 23 – June 20, 2019

    GoToWebinar

    Every employer will need to conduct a workplace investigation at some point, and an effective investigation can make the difference between a litigation-free resolution and a painstakingly long, costly, lawsuit.

  • 5.7.19

    Cerritos Sheraton

    12725 Center Ct Dr S

    Cerritos, CA 90703

    This seminar will look at all legal and legislative developments since the California Supreme Court’s landmark decision was issued on April 30, 2018. 

  • Webinar
    5.6.19

    Join Fisher Phillips attorneys Brett Owens and Tiffani Greene for a webinar centered on key labor, employment, and benefits issues that deserve significant attention when your organization is merging with or acquiring another company.

  • 5.3.19

    Hilton Short Hills
    41 John F Kennedy Pkwy
    Short Hills, NJ 07078

    In the world of business, the pace of change continues to accelerate while employers are called upon to respond to an ever-increasing web of legislative changes, regulatory challenges and management concerns. Navigating compliance and risk as well as the substance of these employment rules can be dizzying at times and requires employers to know what is happening right now, not last year. 

  • 4.30.19

    4 Embarcadero Center, Promenade Level
    Embarcadero Conference Center
    San Francisco, CA 94111

    Please join us on Tuesday, April 30 as Fisher Phillips attorneys Bailey Bifoss and Alyssa Graf address strategies for employers to effectively respond to leave requests by employees and ways to avoid common legal land mines under the California Family Rights Act (CFRA).

  • 4.30.19

    Join us on April 30th for an informative webinar on the practical and legal issues associated with workplace accommodations. 

  • 4.29.19

    Woodruff Arts Center
    Rich Theatre
    1280 Peachtree St NE
    Atlanta, GA 30309

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

  • Fisher Phillips Fort Lauderdale Breakfast Briefing
    4.26.19

    Las Olas Centre
    450 East Las Olas Blvd.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    This breakfast briefing will focus on the unique challenges faced by businesses in managing FMLA, ADA and Worker’s Compensation leave processes.

  • 4.25.19

    The Olympic Club
    524 Post Street
    San Francisco, CA 94102

    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

    California (Multiple Locations) 

    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

    Charlotte City Club
    121 W. Trade Street #3200
    Charlotte, NC 28202

    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.

  • 4.23.19
  • 4.19.19

    California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA)
    1517 L. Street
    Sacramento, CA 95814

    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.

  • 4.18.19

    One of the key reasons that brewers get sued is wage and hour mistakes and oversights. Fisher Phillips attorney, Melissa Osipoff will cover some of the primary issues employers need to focus on, such as state and local minimum wage increases, proper classification employees and New York specific wage and hour issues.

  • 4.17.19

    Embarcadero Conference Center
    Embarcadero 4, Promenade Level
    San Francisco, CA 94111

    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.

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