Information about upcoming educational opportunities, including workshops and seminars presented by Skoler Abbott attorneys.

Nov
12
Seminar

2019 FMLA Master Class: Connecticut

Speaker(s):

Master employee leave management in one day with this in-depth, solution- focused training. Avoid costly penalties by staying on top of your compliance obligations and add to your professional value by enhancing your advanced practitioner skill set.

The DOL has made it clear: In 2019, employers will see an increase in on-site FMLA investigations.

Learn how to adjust your policies and practices to ensure compliance with the changing regulatory landscape
at the 2019 FMLA Master Class: Connecticut. Invest just one day to become even more proficient in

FMLA decision making and handle top management and employee questions with even greater confidence.

Nov
14
Seminar

Advanced Employment Law

Speaker(s):

This program will give senior leaders advanced information about employment law; plus skills and strategies for managing agency staff that can help to avoid employment litigation.  Attorneys Murphy and Gannon will provide executives with in depth training on new and changing issues that affect the nonprofit sector.

Past Events

Oct
24
Seminar

Employment Law 101

Speaker(s):

Many supervisors do not understand how their decisions about employee issues can create liability, not only for the agency but also for themselves personally.  This program will give supervisors basic information about employment law; plus skills and strategies for managing agency staff that can help to avoid employment litigation.

This is a great program for new supervisors learning the material, and seasoned supervisors needing a refresher!

Oct
22
Seminar

Mental Health in the Workplace – A Panel Discussion

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In today’s workplace landscape, the impacts of mental health issues can be felt across all departments and levels in the organizational structure. HR leaders are at the helm of managing these issues and crafting policies and strategies that both support their workforce (and their families) and also keep the company compliant and productive. This interactive panel session is designed to help managers and leaders build a better understanding of mental health (i.e. Depression and Addiction) and the impact on the workplace and the HR role. Participants will gain strategies to manage and mitigate the impact of mental health on employees, employers and the workplace overall.