"The Top 10 Mistakes Employers Make That Lead to Significant Liability! …. And How to Avoid Them"
presented by: James M. Reid IV, Esq., Employment Attorney & Counselor, Maddin Hauser Wartell Roth & Heller, P.C.
- Spot unintentional discrimination, harassment, and retaliation issues;
- Understand the Overlap between the FMLA, ADAA, GINA, and Worker's Compensation; and/or
- Manage Unemployment Tax Liability (i.e. Practice tips to be successful at UIA hearings);
- Resolve Employee Misclassification Issues (i.e. Understanding the fine line between independent contractors and employees);
- Classify Exempt v. Non-Exempt Employees (i.e. How to determine which employees are entitled to overtime);
- Update Employee Handbook
- Amend Confidentiality provisions to comply with Whistleblower Protection Updates
Upon completion of the webinar, HR professionals will gain understanding of:
- Reducing unemployment tax liability and how to be successful at UIA hearings;
Identifying Employee Misclassification Issues;
Exempt versus Non-Exempt – train employers and managers to perform analysis to determine employee status and if employees are to be paid overtime
How to reduce employer liability by understanding the overlap between, ADAA, GINA, and Worker's Compensation; and
Employee Handbook – tips and strategies to reduce employer liability by maintaining and enforcing appropriate written handbook policies.
HRCI - Approved for 1.0 General Credit.
SHRM - Pre-approved for 1.0 Credit.
Complimentary for Detroit SHRM Members
$25 for Non-Members of Detroit SHRM
Cancellations must be received in writing to email@example.com by January 12th. Refunds for non-members cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
James M. Reid is an employment/corporate attorney with over 10 years of experience representing employers with employment matters ranging from employee handbooks/employment agreements to separation agreements. When the need arises, James represents employers in wage and hour audits, and administrative proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Michigan Department of Civil Rights and the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency.
In addition to his new appointment as Labor and Employment Law Section Council for the State Bar of Michigan, James is the Director of Resource Partners at the Michigan Society of Human Resources Management and, previously, Chaired the Oakland County Bar Association’s Employment Law Committee.