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Join Offit Kurman attorney Howard Kurman for the next installment of the Labor & Employment breakfast seminars: Employment Audits – Part II.
Thursday, November 21, 2013 | Four Points by Sheraton BWI
This second part of the two-part employment practices audit series addresses some issues that pose particularly large exposure for companies today: wage/hour liability; proper handling of a variety of administrative charges from various government agencies; and assuring that your termination and post-termination procedures protect you from dramatically large monetary claims.Specifically, this seminar will address in-depth:
Investigative process for discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation complaints, including responses to administrative charges
Employee performance management
Key takeaways from Employment Audits – Parts I and II
There is no cost for this seminar, however, space is limited, and will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis so early registration is encouraged.
2 hours CLE pending
About the Presenter:
Howard K. Kurman is an employment attorney and chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Mr. Kurman regularly counsels clients on all aspects of proactive employment/labor issues. He represents employers ranging in size from as small as 20 employees to those employers with geographically disparate locations consisting of over 4,000 employees. Mr. Kurman assures, through regular contact with his clients, that they promulgate and maintain the most effective employment policies that will, to the extent possible, minimize their legal exposure in today’s litigious workplace.