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Employment Law Update

Because your time is valuable, we are offering a series of convenient mini-seminars, instead of a full-day seminar.

Cost per session is $35. Breakfast will be provided and parking will be validated.

Location: 101 West Main Street, World Trade Center, Norfolk, VA 23510

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Presented by Attorneys Anne G. Bibeau, Dean T. Buckius,
Arlene F. Klinedinst, and Michael D. Pierce

MARCH 14, 2018 - Employee Absences: How to Comply with Company Policies and Applicable Laws

7:30am - 8:00am:  Registration & Breakfast
8:00am - 10:00am: The Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and Workers’ Compensation Acts pose a triple threat to employers seeking to manage employees’ attendance problems. We will review the legal requirements and offer strategies for legal compliance, including government contractors’  compliance with the Paid Sick Leave law.

Register Here for March 14th

MAY 1, 2018 - Hiring and Firing

7:30am - 8:00am:  Registration & Breakfast
8:00am - 10:00am: The beginning and end of the employment relationship pose special hazards for employers and precipitate most employment lawsuits. We will review the legal requirements and pitfalls that you should plan for in these situations and offer strategies to keep your business out of trouble. “Lessons Learned” from recent cases also will be reviewed.

Register Here for May 1st


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