Businesses and non-profits today face an explosion of EEOC actions and employment litigation that can threaten the organization’s financial stability as well as its reputation. This webcast will update you on, and provide tips about mitigating exposure for the key employment risks that every employer faces: cyber issues such as social media, device and internet use, wrongful termination, retaliation, whistleblowers, all types of discrimination and harassment, workplace safety, wage and hour laws, immigration issues, laws such as the FMLA, ADA, HIPAA, COBRA, FLSA, and more. Know how to react to developing employment issues, understand recent trends in employment claims, and arm yourself with the knowledge and assessment tools that can make a difference for your employer or your clients.
Employment issues related to social media, e-device and BYOD, internet use, and website contents
Wrongful termination, at-will employment, constructive discharge and retaliation
Age, race/national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, genetic, religious, disability, and other forms of discrimination
Dealing with whistleblowers in all types of organizations
Wage and hour issues and immigration/undocumented workers
Using mediation and arbitration to resolve employment disputes
Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, HIPAA, COBRA, ERISA, and more
When and why some employers are hit with multimillion dollar verdicts in favor of former employees
Noncompete, nondisclosure, and nonsolicitation agreements, and what works
Key trends in recent employment cases and legislation
When you complete this course you will be able to:
Measure risk in the primary areas of employment exposures
Determine if your organization is current and compliant in cyber related issues affecting websites, devices, social media, and more
Develop and enhance policies and procedures in response to identified employment risks
Understand trends in retaliation, discrimination, disability, wrongful termination, and other high-risk areas of employment law
Identify and implement measures to deter and reduce developing employment-related legal exposures
Designed For:CPAs in business and industry and
non-profits, and CPAs in public
practice who want to increase their
knowledge of employment law
issues encountered by businesses
Prerequisites:Experience in, and knowledge of, employment law issues encountered by businesses and non-profits
Member/Nonmember Fees:249 / 319
CPE:Business Law 8 hour(s)
Yellow Book Credit:No
Cancellation or transfer requests made six(6) business days or more prior to the program, no fee assessed.
Cancellation or transfer requests made two(2) to five(5) business days prior to the program, $25 fee assessed.
Cancellation or transfer requests made one business day prior to the program, $50 fee assessed.
Day of program or no notice of cancellation, 100 percent course fee assessed.
If you transfer from an in-class course to a webcast, the above policies apply.
Remember, the COCPA reserves the right to cancel a course seven days prior to the program date. Please keep this cancellation policy in mind when making your travel plans and airline reservations. The COCPA will not be liable for flight cancellation penalties due to our cancellation.
To cancel or transfer a course, please contact the Member Services department at 303-773-2877 or 800-523-9082.