ASA Washington Council Presents: Washington State Employment Law Update
November 10, 2016 3-4 Eastern Time
Who Should Attend
All human resources officials, company owners, managers, and supervisors
2016 has been a year of major change in the human resources arena. From paid sick leave ordinances to an overhaul of federal wage and hour law, there have been significant changes to the employment law landscape. Littler Mendelson employment law attorney Deidra Nguyen will help you relive the good, the bad, and the ugly changes that occurred in 2016 and provide practical solutions and guidance on how they will impact your HR strategy in 2017 and beyond. Topics will include revisions to the federal rules governing white collar exemptions, EEOC and NLRB developments, evolving joint employer rules, and more.
Deidra A. Nguyen, attorney, Littler Mendelson
Deidra A. Nguyen
Nguyen advises employers of all types and sizes regarding various employment and personnel issues and claims, including noncompetition and non-solicitation agreements, wage and overtime, unemployment, discrimination and harassment, and disability and accommodation. She helps clients stay current and compliant with an ever changing legal landscape by providing workplace training and counseling, and drafting employee handbooks, policies, and employment agreements. As part of her employment litigation work, Nguyen has represented clients in matters under investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Washington State Human Rights Commission, the Washington Department of Labor and Industries, and various other state and federal employment agencies.
Each webinar in this series qualifies for 1.0 continuing education hour toward maintaining your ASA credential.