March 9, 2007
New record-keeping compliance regulations featured at seminar
Employees now have a constitutional right to review certain payroll records. Staying compliant with record-keeping obligations has never been more important in light of these new regulations. What kind of self-audit should organizations conduct to determine if they are creating, maintaining and/or posting legally required documentation without burying themselves in paper and file cabinets? What security measures should be taken to protect private information in personnel and other employee records?
Priscilla L. Hapner will examine these and other record-keeping requirements for employers in “Ohio Nonprofit Labor and Employment Law Update: Spring Cleaning Your Employment Policies and Practices” to be presented on Tuesday, March 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., offering 5.5 hours of CLE credit. This seminar designed specifically for attorneys and nonprofit organizations is designed to help nonprofit executive directors, board members, office managers, human resources managers and legal personnel understand how some of the latest labor and employment developments impact their policies and personnel practices.
Other featured topics include a session on cleaning your handbook with Jonathan J. Downes of Downes Hurst & Fishel; a discussion of Ohio’s new minimum wage constitutional amendment and statute and the consideration of possible pending federal changes regarding wages with David T. Ball of Schottenstein Zox & Dunn; a discussion of problem cases with regard to the latest techniques for preventing and addressing harassment and hostile work environment claims in the workplace with Donald M. Collins of Lane Alton & Horst; an investigation of the topic of avoiding employee-related liability with Jill S. Kirila of Squire Sanders & Dempsey; and a discussion of individual liability for employment decisions on the part of members of boards of directors and how to insulate them from individual liability for employment decisions with Christopher Hogan of Moots Carter & Hogan.
Register online at www.cbalaw.org or phone 614/221.4112 for event # 3669. The cost is $150 prepaid/$160 day of for members, $175 prepaid/$185 day of for non-members.