2015 Annual Maine Employment Law Seminar

September 29, 2015 at 7:45am3:30pm
DoubleTree by Hilton

363 Maine Mall Road
South Portland, Maine (across from Maine Mall)

REGISTER HERE

Join our Employment Law attorneys at our 21st annual full-day seminar covering the most up-to-date legal issues in employment law and for practical tips on implementing these requirements within your workplace.

Topics Include:

  • The Year in Review in the Courthouses
  • Legal Challenges Posed by the Changing Workplace
  • Managing Mental Impairments and Substance Abuse Under the ADA and MHRA
  • Evolving Health Care Strategies for Employers Under the Affordable Care Act
  • Deconstructing the New FLSA Overtime Regulations
  • Maine's Anti-Discrimination Laws: Presenting Your Best Defense
  • Basic Maine Workers' Compensation for Employers
  • What's New in 2015? Legislative Summary of Labor and Employment Laws
  • Managing the Difficult Employee: Yes, You can Actually Manage Them, and Discipline if Appropriate
  • What's New in Maine Workers' Compensation and Practical Tips to Avoid Employee Claims
  • Good Help is Legally Hard to Find

Special Guest Speaker: Amy Sneirson, Executive Director, Maine Human Rights Commission

Cost:  $125/per attendee

PHR/SPHR and CLE credit approved.

Questions should be directed to Suzanne Pierce, [email protected] or 207.791.3142.

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