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Webinars - HR Series With Campbell Durrant Beatty

HR Series with Campbell Durrant Beatty

October 11, 19 & 25, 2017 - Start time for all three webinars is 12 Noon
Member Rate: $45.00 per webinar or all three for $125.00.
Non Member Rate: $80.00 per webinar or all three for $200.00
10/11/2017 - 10/25/2017

Program

   

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

 
Please choose this one if you would like to register for the three part series:
10/11/17 - Handling Employment Investigations
10/19/17 - Proper Legal Employee Write-Ups
10/25/17 - Personnel Files and HIPPA Laws
10/11/2017 - 10/25/2017
If registering for only the webinar on 10/11/17 - Handling Employment Investigations, please choose this one.

Part one of this human resources series for municipal employers will explain how to legally conduct an employment investigation. This webinar will address the key legal and practical issues for investigating employee misconduct including Weingarten issues, special rules for criminal misconduct and Loudermill due process requirements. Shon K. Worner, labor and employment attorney with the law firm will be the presenter.

Thursday, 19 October 2017

 
If registering for only the webinar on 10/19/17 - Proper Legal Employee Write-Ups, please choose this one.

Part two of this human resources series for municipal employers will explain the essential elements for proper legal employee write-ups. This webinar will explain the critical elements of any good write up and will explain the proper use and creation of this all-important part of the disciplinary record. Shon K. Worner, labor and employment attorney with the law firm will be the presenter.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

 
If registering for only the webinar on 10/25/17 - Personnel Files and HIPPA Laws, please choose this one.

Part three of this human resources series for municipal employers will address the maintenance and inspection of personnel files. The law establishes what information constitutes a personnel file and establishes the way employees may access the information contained in the file. This session will answer the questions you have regarding proper maintenance of the files, information that should and should not be contained in the files, and the employee's right to access that information. We will also explore the impact of other laws on the way you maintain personnel files as well as the limitations that exist for those, other than the employee, who may want to review information contained in the file. Michael Palumbo, labor and employment attorney with the law firm will be the presenter.

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