2010 Public Sector Employment Law Update
2010 promises to be a year of great change. The public sector workplace remains vibrant with seemingly unending changes in policy and the law. Public employers continue to face significant challenges. As a result, the human resources community is being forced to do more with less, while legal issues multiply and the stakes climb higher.
To help you persevere, the City of Surprise and the law firm of Littler Mendelson have put together an Employment Law Update for 2010. During this day-long program for human resources leaders and legal counsel, Littler attorneys will identify and discuss the most important developments in federal and state labor and employment law in the public sector. Additionally, we will provide practical suggestions for responding to and implementing necessary changes in your workplace to assist you in responding to new developments.
Topics up for discussion include:
- Public Sector Wage and Hour Litigation
- Public Sector Statutory Rights
- Public Sector Labor Relations . . . Meet and Confer Updates
- Meet and Confer Obligations
- Discipline and Discharge
- Tips for Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations
- Legislative Updates
We look forward to an informative program as well as a valuable opportunity to meet, network and brainstorm with our colleagues from communities around the state.
We hope you can join us for this complimentary program.
9:00 am to 5:00 pm (lunch included).
Reserve your seat early; space is limited.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Tracy Everett at email@example.com or 214.880.8156.
This program may qualify for CLE accreditation. We will request SPHR/PHR credit.