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Event Details

Date: November 2022
Location: Online
Cost: $25 per session
Hosted By: Fredrikson’s Employment, Labor & Benefits Group

Fredrikson’s Employment, Labor & Benefits Group hosted the following webinars in November 2022:

Key Areas of Focus for Multi-State Employers

Thursday, November 3, 2022

Presenters: Nancy S. Anton and Kristin LeBre

Monitoring and complying with laws that apply to employees in different cities and states can be challenging. This webinar reviewed recent law changes in key areas, including non-competition agreements, paid sick leave, wage and hour, and discrimination.

Union Organization at the Factory (and Elsewhere)

Thursday, November 10, 2022

Presenters: Beverley L. Adams and Bryan J. Morben

In 1978, legendary singer/songwriter Bruce Springsteen released “Factory,” a song about some of the struggles his father and other working-class employees faced at work. Many of these same concerns are leading a current surge in union organizing across the country in all industries. This webinar focused on best practices for preventing and responding to union organizing efforts and elections.

Beyond the Basics: Avoiding 2022’s Hiring Missteps

November 30, 2022

Presenters: Erin M. Edgerton Hall, Jade B. Jorgenson and Ashley R. Thronson

You know hiring basics. This webinar reviewed new and updated laws causing employers the most hiring headaches and will demonstrate how to comply and thrive in today’s job market.

Continuing Education

Live webinar attendees should have received a follow-up email after each webinar with continuing education details.

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