With spring nearly upon us (one can only hope, right?), there are a number of upcoming programs that I’ll be attending or speaking at.
Some are free while others are related to the sponsoring entity. I hope you can attend one and please feel free to come up to me to chat while we’re there.
- First up, on March 17th, our firm is putting on our Labor & Employment Spring Seminar focusing on public sector topics.
Among the topics being explored: Crisis Management; Security in Schools and Workplaces; Title IX Compliance; Trending Topics in Public Sector Negotiations; and, Off-Duty Misconduct.
Registration is now open and is on first-come, first-served basis. We expect this to sell out, so please be sure to register today here.
- On March 23, 2016, my colleague Jarad Lucan and I will be speaking at the CBIA 2016 Human Resources Conference.
Our topic is one that certainly hot: Namely, Why the NLRB May be Your Biggest Headache in 2016 — Particularly If You Don’t Have a Union.
Registration is now open for this program as well.
- And then on May 2, 2016, I will be making a return engagement to the Tri-State SHRM Bi-Annual Conference.
The event, which is taking place in Rhode Island this year, features a number of tracks. I’ll be kicking things off on Day 1 with a program on Document Retention and Documentation Issues. My colleague Ashley Marshall will be joining me for this interactive and informative presentation.
I look forward to seeing you at one of these upcoming programs.