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new year 2024

2023 was filled with labor and employment law changes that upended the workplace.

From federal agency attacks on non-compete agreements to changes to what severance agreements can say to a host of standard personnel policies likely becoming unlawful, there was a lot to track. 2024 looks to be equally dizzying.

Good news: At this seminar, Barnes & Thornburg’s Labor and Employment attorneys will cover the critical developments from 2023 you need to know and also preview major issues on the horizon in the New Year. With 2024 being a leap year, that’s one more day for federal agencies and/or Congress to make changes affecting how you manage your workers. See you there!

1.5 hours CLE credit and 1.5 hours HRCI credit pending. This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.

Questions? Email Blakelee Kortz or call 317-231-7316.


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