Discount Available for Clients of the Firm on the 20th Annual Advanced Employment Issues Symposium

Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C., is pleased to announce that Marylou Fabbo, Esq., Partner in the firm and Editor of the Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, has been invited to speak at the 20th Annual Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS).

AEIS is a premier national employment law conference, and given our affiliation with BLR and your valued association with us, we’ve made special arrangements to provide you with a $400 registration discount for this important event!

The standard fee is $999, but because of Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C.’s affiliation with BLR, and your valued association with our firm, we’ve made special arrangements to discount your fee to $599.

AEIS 2015 takes place:

November 4, 2015 – November 6, 2015

Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas

This year’s symposium will provide critical information for employers in four significant areas:

  • Hot Topics in Labor and Employment
  • Legal Compliance
  • Compensation & Benefits
  • HR Strategy

Here’s a sampling of what will be covered:

  • NetFlix, Hulu, Apple TV and Employees? How to Legally and Strategically Manage On Demand Contingent Workers
  • Union Organizing: Vulnerability Audits in Light of  the New “Ambush Election” Rule
  • High-Octane Team Building for HR Pros
  • How to Align Your Performance Management System with Your Total Rewards Strategy
  • Affordable Care Act Update: New Employer Reporting Obligations for 2016
  • FMLA Update for HR: Key Rulings, New DOL Rule Change, and More
  • Reality-Based Inclusion: How to Shift Mindsets to Embrace Diversity and Maximize Success
  • Compensation for Recruiting and Retention: Market-Based Pricing and Job Factoring for Fruitful Results
  • Exempt or Eligible Supervisor? When Managers Are Entitled to Overtime Under the FLSA
  • Disabled or Not? How to Evaluate if an Employee Is Qualified under the ADA
  • HR Metrics: How to Identify Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities to Achieve Competitive Advantage
  • Innovations in Health Plans: The Plan Sponsor’s Perspective on What’s Working, What’s Not
  • Family Friendly Workplace: How to Meet Emerging Paid Leave Obligations While Boosting Productivity and Employee Satisfaction
  • Mock Trial: Pregnancy Discrimination or Legitimate Termination?
  • Digital Recruitment and Engagement: Sell Applicants and Remind Employees Why They Want to Work for You
  • Gated Benefits and Wellness Programs: Health Risk Assessments, Plan Design Changes and Legal Pitfalls to Avoid
  • And much more!

For more details about the symposium, including information about add-on pre conference workshops you may be interested in attending, please visit www.aeisonline.com, e-mail service@blr.com , or call (800) 727-5257 and enter SPEAK40AEIS in the discount code section.

Thank you; we hope to see you at AEIS 2015!

CREDIT INFORMATION:  The main program has been approved for 10.25 HRCI recertification hours through the HR Certification Institute. Preconference sessions have been approved for 5.5 credit hours.  For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.
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