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Employment Law Basics 2012

Content Partner:  Boston Bar Association
Price: $180.00*
Member Price:  $150.00
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This program is designed for anyone new to employment law, who needs an understanding of employment law basics.  The intended audience includes attorneys who want to develop an employment practice: in-house counsel, corporate counsel, and business counsel who find themselves advising clients facing employment law issues; and human resources professionals who need to be able to identify employment law issues before they develop into employment law problems.  The panel of experienced employment law practitioners will provide an overview of relevant federal and state employment laws, and highlight the application of those laws for the participants through the life cycle of the employment relationship – from hiring, to managing the employment relationship, and finally to terminating the employment relationship, and post-employment considerations.  

Specific Topics:

Laws Affecting the Workplace
Hiring Considerations and Practices
Managing the Employment Relationship
Investigations Into Complaints of Harassment and Other Inappropriate Conduct
Employee Leaves Of Absence
Approaches to Discipline 
Managing the Termination Process
Post Termination Considerations and Issues

Practice Areas: Employment Law, Labor Law
Online Media Type: Video
Production Date: 03/23/2012 8:30 AM EDT
Level: Basic
Category: Standard
Duration: 3 Hours, 30 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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Total Credits: 3.25
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Status: Reciprocal Credit Available
Expiration: N/A
Training Type: Online

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