When: Dates, Times and Topics listed Below:
Each webinar is 60 Minutes Long
Webinar 1: The Latest news in Managing Disability and Leave Issues
Thursday, May 23, 2017 2:00pm EST
There has been a shift from the federal to the state level in legislation and laws addressing employers’ obligations to accommodate and not discriminate against employees with disabilities, including pregnancy.
Compare and contrast the extent of employers’ reasonable accommodation obligations;
Review state trends addressing accommodation for pregnancy-related disabilities;
Review updates related to policies and practices under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) as well as ADA.
Webinar 2: Social Media and its Impact in the Workplace
Thursday, June 22, 2017 2:00pm EST
Over the last several years the National Labor Relations Board has issued at least three guidances on employer’s Social Media policies illustrating when and why they do or do not violate the National Labor Relations Act. Concurrently, states have enacted laws related to password privacy. Join this interactive program as we review:
How the NLRA applies to non-union workplaces;
Tips for updating social media and related policies to balance employers’ needs and employees’ rights; and
Other, common employment policies that are also impacted by the NLRA.
Webinar 3: Workplace Harassment: Trends Tips and Tools
September 14, 2017 2:00pm EST
In June 2016 the US EEOC published guidance on employers
practices calling for them to “reboot” practices related to workplace
harassment prevention and correction. Two months later in August the Commission
published guidance on workplace retaliation. The agency also recently filed its
first lawsuits alleging unlawful harassment based on sexual orientation. Join
this interactive program as we review:
•Proactive tips from the guidances;
• Lessons learned from recent cases addressing unlawful
•EEOC’s latest FY reports on charges and trends;
•Practical tips for policy development and related
This is a webinar series and will be taught online and via phone. You will receive instructions once you have registered. AICC uses GOTOWebinar for its webcasts
Members $750 prior to March 1; $1000 after March 1; Non-Members: $1000 prior to March 1; $1200 after March 1
Learning Objectives: To provide Human Resource Managers with current information on Human Resource issues affecting companies today. .
Who should attend: Human Resource Mangers and Directors, Managers who play an active role in supervising and leading teams, anyone responsible for Hiring and Firing employees.
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Christine V. Walters, JD, MAS, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Ms. Walters has more than 25 years’ combined experience in management, HR administration, employment law practice, and teaching. She has received national and regional awards, presented at conferences across the country, been engaged as an expert witness for the defense, and testified before U.S. Congressional and state legislative committees and administrative agencies on employment issues. Her book, “From Hello to Goodbye: Proactive Tips for Maintaining Positive Employee Relations” has been one of the publisher’s (SHRM) “Great 8” best-sellers for six consecutive years and is pre-approved by HRCI for 2.5 continuing education credits!!
Today Ms. Walters works as an independent consultant providing proactive human resources and employment law consulting services and training programs doing business as FiveL Company, “Helping Leaders Limit their Liability by Learning the Law.” SM
Ms. Walters is licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland.