Does the alphabet soup of FMLA, ADA, FLSA and other employment laws leave you scratching your head sometimes?
In celebration of HR Professionals Week (Feb. 28-March 4), we’re extending a special offer to friends of The HR Specialist like you. If you’re one of the first 100 people to register, you can participate in our “Ask the Attorney Q&A” webinar on March 2nd absolutely free. (Once we hit 100 registrants, you can still participate at a reduced fee of just $49.)
During this 60-minute session, participants can fire their HR law-related questions at one of the true experts in the business—attorney Nancy Delogu, a Washington, D.C.-based attorney with Littler Mendelson and the moderator of our “Ask the Attorney” feature at TheHRSpecialist.com.
What’s the catch? Nothing. We’re offering this free webinar to introduce you to “Ask the Attorney,” available exclusively to members of our HR Specialist Premium Plus online service. Members receive personalized answers to their employment law questions from Ms. Delogu. Some examples of recent questions:
- Does the FMLA 1,250-hour threshold count "hours worked" or "hours scheduled"?
- Can we fire an employee who's out on workers' comp leave?
- When is it illegal to yell at employees?
- Is it illegal to tell employees to lose weight?
- Can we pay employees a lower rate for driving time?
- When does the flu qualify for FMLA leave?
- Must we lay off 'least senior' employees first?
Unlike any other webinar, this time YOU call the shots. Ask any employment law question and our Ms. Delogu will provide a practical answer that you can apply today. It’s that simple.
We trust that you’ll be so impressed with Nancy’s advice that you’ll want to become a member of the HR Specialist Premium Plus online information service. In addition to Ask the Attorney answers, members receive:
Compliance Guidance: Access to 7,000 HR news articles, updated daily, sorted by state
State-by-State: Summaries of HR laws in all 50 states
FastTrack HR Self-Audit to spot your compliance mistakes and fix them
Memos to Managers for simple staff training
Sample Policies, Weekly Podcasts, Q&As and much, much more ...
Remember that this 60-minute webinar is free only to the first 100 registrants! Plus, you can earn 1.00 HRCI recertification credits for participating.
Editorial Director, HR Specialist
P.S. Ask the Attorney is just one of the many benefits of HR Professionals Week. Check your e-mails for other special deals and FREE gifts!