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2018 Human Resources Roundtable Breakfast Series

March 29, 2018

Based on the success of our Human Resources Roundtable Breakfast Series over the last several years, we are pleased to announce that we will again offer the series in 2018.

The series includes six one-hour informal and engaging roundtable discussions with our experienced labor and employment attorneys on common and challenging employment and HR issues.

These interactive sessions are designed to provide you an opportunity to learn and discuss strategies for minimizing legal exposure. You will also have an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with other professionals in a relaxed, informal environment.

Topics That We Will Cover

We will have a facilitated discussion at each session about a particular subject area and will provide, when appropriate, sample policies, forms and other written materials. We may invite outside speakers to facilitate the discussion.

The tentative schedule and topics for the sessions is below.  Please note that the schedule is tentative in anticipation of noteworthy developments.  

January 30:  Rethinking Sexual Harassment Prevention

March 29:  Common Issues Related to Restrictive Covenants (Confidentiality, Non-Competition and Similar Agreements)

May 31:  Employee Benefits: The Impact of New Legislation on ACA and Employee Fringe Benefits

July 26:  Responding to a CHRO Charge: Hot to Put Your Best Foot Forward

September 28: Handling Generational Issues in the Workplace

November 29:  Developing a Safety Program and Other Common OSHA Safety Issues for the HR Professional

Who Should Attend

The sessions are designed principally for Human Resources professionals and in-house counsel. Some sessions, however, may be of interest to other company departments such as workplace diversity, corporate compliance, and information technology. 

Agenda and Location

The sessions will be presented from our Waterbury office, but individuals may also participate by video conference in our New Haven and Stamford offices. We will provide a complimentary continental breakfast in each office from 8:00 a.m. until 8:15 a.m. The roundtable discussion will be from 8:15 a.m. until 9:15 a.m.

Attendees & Cost

Attendees may register for any one or more of the six sessions at the price of $65 per session or for all six sessions at the discounted price of $325. If you've registered for the Rethinking Sexual Harassment Prevention Seminar, you may sign-up for the remaining sessions for $250. Space will be limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, so it is important to register as soon as possible.

Parking

Our Waterbury office is located at 50 Leavenworth Street, Waterbury, CT. Parking will be available at the Center Street Parking Garage and the Center Street Parking Lot and will be validated by the firm. Click here for a map showing these locations.

Our New Haven office is located at 195 Church Street, 18th Floor, New Haven, CT. Parking will be available in the building's parking garage and will be validated by the firm. The entrance to the parking garage is on Elm Street.

Our Stamford office is located at 707 Summer Street, Suite 300, Stamford, CT. Parking will be available in the building's parking garage and will be validated by the firm.  

Click here to register!

For questions, please contact Angelika Stamos at 203-578-4247 or astamos@carmodylaw.com.