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Riding the Wave: Keeping Up with Labor and Employment Law Changes in 2024


May 02, 2024 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST
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Maggiano's Little Italy Jacksonville
10367 Midtown Pkwy
Jacksonville, FL 32246
United States


CLE Credit: Pending (FL)
HRCI Credit: Pending
SHRM Credit: Pending

We invite you to join the Jacksonville attorneys of Jackson Lewis P.C. for an engaging discussion on navigating the evolving employment and labor law landscape followed by time to network and enjoy the delicious food and drinks of Maggiano’s.

Pay Transparency and Exempt Employee Salary Basis Update 
As lawmakers and regulators continue to adopt pay equity, salary transparency and salary data reporting laws, it is imperative employers take note and ensure that their pay practices are aligned with relevant laws and regulations. It’s more than just compliance – in addition to avoiding potential litigation, forward-thinking employers who implement fair pay policies may improve their organization’s reputation, keep employees engaged and attract new talent. In this session, we will demystify the most recent pay transparency laws, as well as provide an update on the Department of Labor’s most recent actions on the exempt employee salary basis minimum thresholds.

The Labor Law New World Order 
The National Labor Relations Board continues to change the employment landscape. In this session, we will discuss recent NLRB decisions that impact all employers whether union or non-union, how the decisions affect your organization’s business and strategies you should be taking now to respond to the new labor law world order.

EEOC & Discrimination Litigation Trends
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has reported a notable rise in certain discrimination claims. Through analysis of these trends, employers will learn what claims they might expect and how to prepare themselves to avoid or defend them.

Intelligent Use of AI in the Workplace 
Technology is developing faster than ever. As usual, the law lags behind but evolves nonetheless as legislatures work to harness technology’s benefits while minimizing its risks. This session will cover several AI, biometric and surveillance developments, along with corresponding legal risks in the workplace, providing key practical considerations that should be in every employer’s back pocket.

Managing Mental Health Issues in Today’s Workplace  
There is an ever-increasing awareness of mental health in the workplace. In this session, we will cover employer obligations to address mental health and the potential legal pitfalls employers should be aware of when addressing the well-being of their employees. We will also discuss what reasonable accommodations employers must provide to employees as well as OSHA, ADA and FMLA considerations.

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Courtney Christie at or 703-483-8304.