Foulston Siefkin will be hosting seven lunchtime workshops for HR Professionals at our offices in the Waterfront. Each session will address HR issues that are important and relevant to businesses.
Wage & Hour and Wage Payment Issues — July 17, 2013
The Kansas Wage Payment Act (KWPA) received some attention in the legislature and this session will provide an update on those changes as well as discuss a range of Wage & Hour topics.
OSHA Compliance — July 31, 2013
What would you do if OSHA showed up at your office wanting to conduct an inspection? This session will prepare you for that eventuality and provide an overview of what to expect once OSHA issues a citation.
Lessons From a Plaintiff — August 13, 2013
Every case is unique. In some cases, there really is discrimination. Examine what can happen in a discrimination lawsuit when the client presents bad facts and the plaintiff is insistent upon personal vindication.
Amendments to Kansas Unemployment Laws — August 28, 2013
This year the Kansas Legislature amended the unemployment laws in many significant ways that are favorable to employers. Most of the amendments took effect on July 1st. This session will discuss the amendments and the unemployment process in general so that employers can put themselves in the best position to defeat a claim.
Non-Competes and Other Restrictive Covenants — September 11, 2013
Learn the nuts and bolts about non-competition and non-solicitation agreements and get a litigator’s perspective on their enforceability from a legal and practical perspective.
Health Care Reform Update — October 16, 2013
With 2014 just around the corner, we’ll cover the latest updates and answer your questions as you make final preparations for health care reform implementation.
When Government Agencies Investigate — October 24, 2013
When Government Agencies Investigate – When the government comes knocking it usually isn’t to help. In the employment context any one of several alphabet soup agencies could drop by for a visit. Learn about a few of the more common reasons for a visit and some things you can do now to be ready when the knock on the door happens.
Accommodations and the ADA — November 19, 2013
Accommodations and the ADA – Claims under the ADA are on the rise as the ADAAA revisions to the law start to have an impact on EEOC and court decisions. In this climate, the accommodation process becomes even more critical.
Who Should Attend:
These sessions are designed to benefit owners, HR professionals, and benefit administrators responsible for employee benefits plan administration, wrongful and retaliatory discharge claims and race, age, gender, and disability discrimination claims, OSHA investigations and citations, Department of Labor audits, and wage claims under state and federal wage and hour laws.
Seminar Location and Time:
The registration fee is $50 per attendee per session and includes lunch. You can register by fax or mail. Payment may be made by credit card or check. Make checks payable to Foulston Siefkin LLP. Credit card information may be faxed with the completed registration form to 866.790.9482. Payment must be included with your registration by mail.
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Foulston Siefkin LLP
HR Box Lunch Series
1551 N. Waterfront Parkway, Suite 100
Wichita, KS 67206
The 2013 HR Box Lunch Series will be held at the Commerce Bank Center at the Waterfront where Foulston Siefkin’s headquarters are located. Each session will last from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Foulston Siefkin LLP
Commerce Bank Center
1551 N. Waterfront Parkway
Wichita, KS 67206
Comments from past HR Box Lunch Series Attendees:
The 2013 Foulston Siefkin HR Box Lunch Series Sessions have been submitted for 1.0 credit hour each, and have been credited in the past for recertification general credit hours noted above toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org
“Truly enjoyed this session. As a young & new HR professional, I learned a lot.”
“Great presenters! Always appreciate hearing newest updates and what to be aware of.”
“Information provided was very clear and understandable”
“Always informative and entertaining”
“Great speaker and great facility”
“Relevant information, good questions and answers”
“Good session with practical examples from previous litigation”
A full refund, less $25 administrative fee, will be issued for cancellations up to 5 business days before event. No shows and cancellations received less than 5 business days prior to the seminar are not eligible for a refund. Substitutions may be made at any time, including the day of the seminar.