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The Trump Administration: Wage and Hour, Employee Leave and Beyond

Past Event Detail

May 11, 2017
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
The Henry (Formerly The Ritz Carlton)
Fairlane Plaza
300 Town Center Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126-2712
Registration Fee: $35.00
Credits
CLE
pending
HRCI
pending
SHRM
pending

Special Guest Speaker: Doug Rothwell, President and CEO of Business Leaders of Michigan; Chairman, Michigan Economic Growth Corporation

Join attorneys from the Detroit Office of Jackson Lewis for a half day of interactive discussions and practical solutions addressing the latest developments and hot topics in workplace law.

Topics include:
Top 10 Employee Leave Developments and Trends
For many managers and human resource professionals, employee leave administration is a top challenge in workforce management. The legal and regulatory landscape is complex and varying, and the rules appear to be continuously changing. During this session we will discuss recent developments and how to lower the risk of missteps and potential litigation. 

Managing Wage and Hour Risks in a Digitally Connected Workforce
Employees, particularly non-exempt employees, who are digitally connected has raised new challenges for employers. In this session, we will cover the challenges of managing a digitally connected workforce and steps employers can take to minimize wage/hour violations. We will touch on:

  • What constitutes work and does every second count?
  • How e-mail communication can trigger the continuous work-day rule and how to avoid the clock from beginning to tick.
  • Why slow computers are costing millions?
  • Should non-exempt employees have access to computer systems after work hours and how should employers account for their work?
  • Working from home? When does work end?

The Ever Changing Policy and Regulatory World of Trump
Join our speakers for an informative analysis of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office and his Administration’s likely future impact on labor and employment law. We will discuss existing and proposed regulation from the NLRB, OFCCP, EEOC, and DOL, and reaction at the state level from the anticipated lack of Federal level involvement.
 

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Ramlah Bari at ramlah.bari@jacksonlewis.com or 703-483-8377.