Agency Activism: Key DOL, EEOC and NLRB Initiatives and Developments Companies Need to be Aware of Heading Into 2015
Tips All Employers Need To Know To Stay Clear Of The NLRB In 2015
The National Labor Relations Board had a very busy 2014 that affected all employers. On the dance card for 2014 was the NLRB striking down numerous handbook policies and practices that have been utilized by employers for decades and overhauling long-standing rules regarding employee communications and representation elections. Hear a summary of the NLRB activity from 2014 and what they mean for you and your company. The speakers will help you identify any policies, practices and approaches at your company that may need a second look before getting too deep into the new year.
What Employers Should Expect From The EEOC and DOL In 2015
We are now heading into year three of the EEOC’s 2013-2016 Strategic Enforcement Plan and to date, the plan has had mixed results. This seminar will review some of highs and lows of the strategic enforcement plan’s progress and take a look at what’s next. While the DOL has not made headlines like the EEOC, it too continues to push the envelope with respect to employers and their obligations to their employees. Hear about what to expect this year from the DOL.
- Nathan Baker
- R. Anthony Prather
- David Pryzbylski
When: Jan. 28
Time: 8 - 8:30 a.m. (Eastern)
Registration | 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. Program
Where: Barnes & Thornburg | 11 S. Meridian Street | Indianapolis
This program offered compliments of Barnes & Thornburg's Labor and Employment Law Department.