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8th Annual Virginia Labor and Employment Law Seminar

September 12, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
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Location:

Hemlock Haven Conference Center
Hungry Mother State Park
Marion, Virginia

Date/Time:

September 12, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Topics:

  • Employment Law Update: What the Folks in the Black Robes Have Been Up To
  • Workplace Bullying: An Ounce of Prevention...
  • Avoiding Equal Pay Lawsuits
  • Building a "Dynasty" Through Effective Employee Relations & Management
  • EEOC Update: New Guidance and Trends 
  • Keeping Temperatures Down When Terminations Arise
  • Employee Law Management Training - Mandatory?

Download the seminar brochure for more information.
 
Fee:
The fee for the seminar is $150 per attendee.  If you are a member of one of the co-sponsoring organizations, the fee is $125 per attendee.

Continuing Education:
This program is pending approval for HRCI credit and has been submitted for 6.0 hours of CLE credit in Tennessee.

Special thanks to our Seminar Partners:

  • Appalachian Chapter of the Virginians – SHRM (Bluefield and Tazewell)
  • Bristol Chamber of Commerce
  • Buchanan County Chamber of Commerce
  • Dickenson County Chamber of Commerce
  • Marion Employer Advisory Committee
  • Mountain Empire Human Resources Association
  • Norton Employer Advisory Committee
  • Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce
  • Scott County Chamber of Commerce
  • Smith County Chamber of Commerce
  • Southwest Virginia Chapter – SHRM (Norton/Wise)
  • Tazewell County Chamber of Commerce
  • The Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce
  • Triad Employer Advisory Committee (Buchanan, Russell & Tazewell Counties)
  • Twin County Chamber of Commerce
  • Twin County Employer Advisory Committee (Grayson and Carroll Counties)
  • Washington County Chamber of Commerce
  • Wythe Manufacturing Council
  • Wytheville-Wythe-Bland Chamber of Commerce

Events Contact

 
Ashley Siskey
T: 615.726.7301
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