• 2018 Is Coming... Are You Prepared?

    2017 has been a crazy year as far as HR and employment law is concerned - you name it, it’s happened. And we have a good feeling the changes will easily continue to make their way into employer conversations in 2018.

    If you’re an HR manager, business owner, or practice administrator, this webinar is for you!

    Experts will discuss topics such as sexual harassment in the workplace, medical marijuana, employees on social media, cybersecurity, HR trends they see coming, and so much more!

    The best part? It’s FREE. But spaces are limited so sign up quickly.

  • What You'll Learn:

    How to Avoid Scandal in a Scandalous World

    by Daniel Harrell, Attorney at Clark Partingon

    Every employee has the right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment and laws exist to prohibit workplace harassment. Accordingly, employers, both large and small, must take preventative measures to safeguard their workforce from discrimination and harassment claims of all types. Recent claims involving high profile individuals have raised societal consciousness on workplace harassment, and employers must be on high alert. While employers cannot necessarily control the behaviors of each employee, employers must implement policies to stop harassing behavior, either before it ever begins or promptly after it is reported.  In this webinar, Employment Lawyer, Daniel Harrell, discusses how employers can take preventative measures to prevent their workplace from the next scandal.

    He's also going to touch on medical marijuana in the workplace and how that could affect your organization, as well as how to handle employees and social media (what you can and cannot do!). You won't want to miss this explosive, informative portion of the webinar.

     
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    5 Easy Ways Employers Can Stay Protected From Cyber Threats

    by David McCullough, Chief Technology Officer at LandrumHR

    Did you know that the biggest threat to your organization is not an outside hacker, and it isn’t an internal employee looking to do harm?

    David has spent the last twenty-five years in the tech world, and is excited to not only explain to you what’s going on in cybersecurity – but offer you five [EASY] things you can take back to your office to start better protecting your company in the New Year!
     
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    Gazing into the Crystal Ball: HR Trends We’re Sure to See in 2018

    by Becki Haines, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Director of Training and Consulting at LandrumHR

    Get the inside scoop on 2018 human resources trends from HR thought leader, Becki Haines. We all know that in order to remain current and relevant in the marketplace, we must stay ahead of the game by preparing for some of the hot-button HR topics coming our way.

    Becki has over 20 years of human resources experience and wants to use this webinar to help business leaders understand the “why” behind these trends and give them the tools to address these trends with confidence in the New Year.

  • The Speakers

    Moderator - Amie Remington, Esq.
    Amie Remington is General Counsel for LandrumHR. Amie advises the LandrumHR companies on all business and employment-related legal issues.  She is also a regular speaker at national and state-wide events, discussing all aspects of employment law that affect all employers, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the National Labor Relations Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the state counterparts to these laws.
     

    Daniel E. Harrell

    Daniel Harrell is a shareholder in the General Litigation department of Clark Partington. His practice focuses primarily on labor and employment litigation and counseling, non-compete and restrictive covenant litigation, and general civil litigation.

    Daniel’s labor and employment experience includes: Title VII actions involving race, gender and national origin discrimination, as well as sexual harassment, hostile work environment, constructive discharge and retaliation claims; claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act; Fair Labor Standards Act single-plaintiff and collective actions; ERISA actions alleging breaches of fiduciary duties; and union negotiations, disputes and arbitrations.


    David McCullough
    David McCullough serves as Vice President and Chief Technology Officer.  Prior to joining LandrumHR in 2017, David spent twenty five years in the technology, PEO and staffing industries with roles in sales, operations, client relations and executive management.







    Becki Haines, PHR, SHRM-CP
    Becki has 20 years of Human Resources (HR) experience and holds a business degree with a concentration in HR.  She is certified as both a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and a Certified Professional through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-CP). Becki is passionate about helping organizations best manage their greatest resource – their people.   A teacher at heart, Becki focuses on helping business leaders understand the “why” behind the “what” so that they can move forward with confidence in their decisions.