Inside the Mind of the State Rep

SHRM 2012 Employment Law and Legislative Conference
Increase your awareness of how to evaluate critically proposed legislation at the state level and to increase the effectiveness of grassroots advocacy.
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At the federal level, there is gridlock. So much of the action in the employment area is now happening at the state level. Both parties are pushing for laws at the state level which, if enacted, can affect our jobs as HR professionals and the employees in our organizations. Segal focuses on trends at the state level, provides suggestions for how to evaluate a bill critically as opposed to viscerally and closes with specific recommendations designed to increase your effectiveness as a grass-roots advocate. Among the trends discussed will be bills that focus on: legal prohibitions on bullying; restrictions on the ability of an employer to adopt a no-weapons rule; unpaid leave for victims of domestic violence; increasing the minimum wage as well as the penalties for state wage and hour violations; and restrictions on credit and other background checks.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Presenter: 

Jonathan A. Segal

Jonathan A.
Segal

Jonathan is a partner at Duane Morris in its Employment Practice Group.

 

Jonathan provides counseling, strategic planning, leadership training, policy development and/or privileged audits in areas including harassment, pay equity, wage and hour compliance, criminal background checks, high-level terminations and investigations of misconduct.

 

Jonathan has provided training to federal judges on various employment issues across the country for 20 years.

 

Jonathan testified before the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues on how employers can prevent and respond to harassment in Male-Dominated Jobs.

 

Jonathan was appointed by the EEOC in 2015 to its Select Task Force on Harassment.

 
Location: 
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
Amount of Credit: 
1.50
Credit Type: 
Business Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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