Let’s face it, EEOC regulations (and there are plenty of them) are confusing. The Department of Labor and EEOC are slated to receive a record amount of funding in 2010 and this means more enforcement is imminent. Are you aware of your obligations in order to be an equal opportunity employer? How big of a company do you need to be to worry about this? What are the basics that you need to be aware of?
We’ll cover these basic questions and more with Jonathan T. Hyman, a labor and employment law expert. Jonathan is a Partner at Kohrman, Jackson & Krantz, an industry blogger and a frequent guest on various employment law related podcasts.
When: Friday, May 14th at 11:30am EDT
Dial in to listen live: (646) 727-1372
Listen anytime: http://www.newtonsoftware.com/blog/category/ned/
About Jonathan: Jon joined the firm in 2006. Jon has spent his career developing a diverse background in innumerable litigation matters. He primarily concentrates his practice in the representation of companies in employment disputes, including litigation with terminated employees and disputes over trade secrets and non-competition agreements. He supplements his employment practice with complex commercial matters, such as fiduciary and shareholder litigation. His representation extends beyond the courtroom, into various state and federal administrative agencies.
Complementing his litigation practice, Jon also advises individuals and companies on a wide-range of employment, human relations, and labor-relations issues. Jon serves an “outside in-house counsel” role for businesses that lack an in-house labor & employment attorney. In this role, Jon drafts policies and handbooks, audits HR practices and procedures, and advises companies on day-to-day HR issues such as employee discipline and terminations and workplace investigations. This role also frequently requires Jon’s service as an author and speaker on myriad employment-related issues.
About NED: NED is a series of interactive, web-based discussions sponsored by Newton Software, makers of Newton, popular, easy-to-use applicant tracking software. NED showcases recruiting industry influencers and innovators who share their tips, tools, techniques and knowledge with our diverse audience. Whether you’re a recruiter, HR professional, business leader or someone generally interested in talent acquisition, we provide valuable information relevant to the business of recruiting. Tune in live or catch up when it’s convenient.