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Workplace Violence Prevention: Focusing on Employees

By: | 08.11.21 | HR Compliance
At our Weekly Growth & Recovery Webinar on June 29, 2021, former federal agent and chief people officer for several healthcare companies Phillip Deming joined us to discuss red flags regarding workplace violence and how organizations can prevent these incidents. ...

Conducting Workplace Investigations in a Virtual World

By: | 07.21.21 | HR Compliance
Employment Lawyer, Internal Investigator, and HR Consultant and Trainer Kelly Day led a discussion about Conducting Virtual Workplace Investigations at the 2021 HR & Employment Law Conference. In her presentation, Day emphasizes that the framework for conducting inv...

The Importance of Job Descriptions

By: | 07.13.21 | HR Compliance
On June 8, 2021, HR Advisor Jane Disher, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leader and Senior Employment Counsel, Ciana Williams, delivered a webinar on Effective Job Descriptions. Jane opened the webinar by discussing ...

Medical & Recreational Marijuana and the Workplace

By: | 07.07.21 | HR Compliance
Shareholders and practicing attorneys at Ogletree Deakins, Janice G. Dubler and Dan O’Meara, presented the impacts of marijuana in the workplace at our 2021 HR & Employment Law Conference. Specifically, they talked about the legalities surrounding marijuana in...

Employment Law 2021… and Beyond: What Happened, What’s Next, and What to Do About It

By: | 06.30.21 | HR Compliance
During our 14th Annual HR & Employment Law Conference, Michael G. Trachtman, Esquire kicked off our event with a discussion on Employment Law. Specifically, Trachtman discussed 6 topics that he believes will be the most impactful t...

Marijuana Trends Affecting Employers and the Workplace

By: | 04.13.21 | HR Compliance
Medical marijuana is now legal in 36 states, the District of Columbia and several United States territories. In addition, sixteen states have legalized adult recreational marijuana use. Does this affect the rights of employees in the workplace? Short answer: yes, an...