2019 Employment Breakfast Series: Evolving Workplace Protections for Pregnant Employees

February 26, 2019 at 8:00am9:30am
Preti Flaherty

One City Center - Penthouse Floor

Session 1:  Evolving Workplace Protections for Pregnant Employees

For 25 years the attorneys in Preti Flaherty's Employment Law Group have been keeping clients, business partners, and friends up to date on recent developments in employment law.  Each session in this 3-part series will focus on a specific employment issue in a talk and discussion format.  

On February 26, 2019, Betty Olivier will begin our series with a conversation on the various laws that define an employer's obligations to pregnant employees.

Session 1 program topics include:

  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • Pregnancy accommodation
  • FMLA and ADAAA protections
  • Other legal considerations

Click Here for more information or to register.  The series is complimentary but advance registration is appreciated.

Future Sessions

Session 3 - April 23, 2019
From Augusta:  A Legislative Update for HR Professionals
Presenter:  Steve Langsdorf

Attend one or all three sessions and receive HRCI recertification credits!

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