Meeting Archive:
2017 Roundup of Labor Law Poster Changes: What the Latest Trends Mean for Your Business


Meeting Description:

2017 has marked the start of federal deregulation efforts under a new administration. But history shows that when federal regulation slows, state and local regulatory activity increases. Nowhere is this more evident than in the area of employment law. Depending on your state, you may now be required to post up to 21 labor law notices. And that doesn’t include local postings: more cities and counties are issuing mandatory posters than ever before.

This insightful webinar will summarize the mandatory posting changes for 2017 and what they mean for your business. It will also explore the legal trends impacting posting compliance, including new city/county posting ordinances, state minimum wage increases and expanded sick pay laws. Plus, you'll discover how to manage postings for remote and mobile workers.    

Register Now and Learn:

  • Top federal, state and city/local posting changes for 2017
  • Poster changes still pending as we enter 2018
  • How to satisfy rapidly changing city/county posting requirements
  • Electronic posting solutions for remote workers 

 

Details
Date: Tue, Dec 19, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): ComplyRight
 Presenter Information
Ashley Kaplan, Senior Employment Law Attorney
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Ashley Kaplan, Esq. has practiced labor and employment law for more than 20 years representing employers in a variety of matters -- from discrimination and harassment litigation to defending FLSA class action lawsuits. In her current role as in-house Senior Employment Law Attorney for ComplyRight, Inc., Ashley handles our legal compliance and also oversees the teams responsible for researching and developing Poster Guard® services and HR compliance solutions for businesses of all sizes. Ashley is a frequent presenter on employment law topics, and she has trained thousands of employers, HR professionals and supervisors on compliance matters, HR best practices and trends, and lawsuit avoidance.