Meeting Archive:
The State of Employment Law: Top Compliance Issues Facing Small Businesses


Meeting Description:
The State of Employment Law: Top Compliance Issues Facing Small Businesses
A record number of state and local employment laws were passed in 2018, and many more are pending. With each new law that passes, employers must struggle to understand and comply with ever-increasing obligations. 
 
Join us for an insightful presentation exploring the state of employment law today. The first in a two-part series, this webinar will highlight the latest state and local laws likely to impact small business employers, including: minimum wage increases, paid sick leave, predictable scheduling and opportunity, anti-discrimination and harassment, and pay equity.
 
Attend this free webinar to get a clear understanding of how these laws change your responsibilities as an employer. In addition, you’ll learn:
 
  • What to do when federal, state and local laws conflict
  • Steps to take today to manage the new requirements
  • Practical tips to keep your company in compliance
 
Details
Date: Wed, Mar 27, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): ComplyRight
 Presenter Information
Ashley H. Kaplan, Esq., Senior Employment Law Attorney
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Ashley H. Kaplan, Esquire is the Senior Employment Law Attorney for HRdirect, a leading provider of human resource solutions and employment compliance products. Ashley handles all aspects of legal compliance and oversees the teams responsible for researching and developing Poster Guard services to meet our customers’ diverse needs.
 
Before joining HRdirect, Ashley practiced law with a national firm representing employers exclusively in labor and employment-related matters. With more than 20 years of experience as a labor and employment attorney and litigator, she has successfully defended businesses of all sizes in federal and state court and government agency proceedings. She also has trained hundreds of employers on how to manage HR compliance matters to avoid legal trouble.