End the Year in Compliance: Everything HR Needs to Know
Recap legal updates from 2022 and get ahead of what’s next with prominent employment lawyer Kate Bischoff.
Close out 2022 with confidence and enter 2023 prepared
The past year left HR no shortage of legal and compliance challenges, many still lingering effects of COVID-19. On top of that, there's been the added pressure of retaining talent that’s increasingly on the move.
That’s why we’re making it easy for you to stay on top of changing legal details.
In this webinar replay, Kate Bischoff, Employment Attorney and HR Consultant, k8bisch LLC, gives a rundown of the most significant rulings in 2022, forecasts what’s to come in 2023, and covers which actions will keep your organization in good standing.
Specifically, she explains how to:
- Respond to employee requests to continue to work remote full-time
- Address privacy and confidentiality concerns, as well as wage and hour issues, that result from hybrid/remote work
- Prepare for possible changes to overtime requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act
- Navigate the rising tide of mental health problems and the corresponding requests to accommodate mental health conditions
- Make sense of the patchwork of leave and sick-time laws as states continue to enact paid family and medical leave laws
- Decipher the National Labor Relations Board’s rulings on union organizing, recognition, and the definition of protected and concerted activity in the workplace