March Virtual Meeting: Keeping Up With Employment Laws: What Every NY Employer Needs To Know
March 11, 2020
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Keeping Up With Employment Laws: What Every NY Employer and Employee Needs To Know
In an abundance of caution, this meeting will now be conducted by Zoom conference rather than in-person.
If you have already paid, you will receive a full refund.
All are welcome to “attend” the conference by using the Zoom information below (even if you didn’t previously register).
Kerrie will still cover the information outlined as well as what companies should be doing in light of the Coronavirus. We will begin promptly at 8:30 AM with the Zoom conference! And we will also have introductions so you will all get to meet each other “virtually.”
We think this is a unique alternative and we hope you will too!
Topic: RBWN Keeping up with Employment Laws: What Every Employee and Employer Need to Know
Time: Mar 11, 2020 08:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Governor Cuomo has declared that he intends to make New York the most employee-protective state in the country. For employers, this means more laws, rules and regulations with which to comply. The cost of non-compliance, even if inadvertent, can be severe.
In this presentation, you will learn about the most significant legislative updates in the employment laws that impact your business. Topics include mandatory anti-harassment training, paid sick leave, overtime exemptions, salary history bans and more!
Kerrie R. Heslin has an expertise in employment and labor matters for management. Ms. Heslin devotes a majority of her practice to the litigation of employment matters involving discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower claims, wage and hour and benefits issues on behalf of employers. She handles counseling and litigation involving workforce reductions, ERISA, COBRA, FMLA, FLSA HIPAA and NLRA issues. Ms. Heslin also counsels clients on diverse employment issues, such as training, hiring and firing of employees, employment agreements, separation agreements and releases, restrictive covenants, policies and employee handbooks. She litigates matters in state and federal court and before administrative agencies, including state and federal EEO agencies, the DOL, FINRA, OSHA and NLRB. In addition, Ms. Heslin handles all aspects of labor matters, including negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, arbitration of grievances, union avoidance training and pension fund withdrawal liability.