As with any change in leadership, employers can expect to see a significant shift in their workplaces this year as government leaders craft new legislation and labor guidelines. In 2021, employers can expect to see a swing to more employee-friendly policies and a push to strengthen policy enforcement.
This session will cover anticipated changes to labor and employment law that may impact business leaders including:
Affordable Care Act
Wage & Hour Regulations
Participants will be provided with resources and practical strategies to navigate these potential workplace changes.
Jamie Brabston is a director/senior legal consultant with Redstone Government Consulting, Inc. She assists employers with compliance, problem prevention, and the analysis of complex employment law and contract related issues; assists federal government contractors with regard to affirmative action, Service Contract Act, the Drug Free Workplace Act, and more; trains employees on non-discrimination and anti-harassment; advises clients on a wide range of employee benefits issues; and assists clients with complaints and litigation with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ,the Department of Labor and the Department of Industrial Relations. Biography
Lorrie Coffey is a talent management consultant with experience in strategic human resources planning and strengthening of human resources infrastructure. She has experience working with organizations to implement HR best practices, compliant HR policies, and advanced HR technologies. Coffey is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Society of Human Resources Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Biography
Date and Time
Thursday Apr 8, 2021 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM CDT
A Zoom link will be sent a day before the event.
Refunds to credit cards will be charged a 6% processing fee.
No refunds will be processed after April 7, 2021.