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The 14th Annual Labor & Employment Law
April 11 - 13, 2018 • Caesars Palace • Las Vegas
The 2018 HR. I.Q. Quiz:
You are part lawyer … part psychologist … part referee … part private eye.
The job of an HR professional has grown more complex in the past few years as your legal compliance responsibilities have grown.
How well do you know employment law? Today's LEAP Letter tests your knowledge with our annual employment law quiz. (You'll find the answers at the end.)
And because "compliance with confidence” is your ultimate HR goal, come learn from 25 of the top employment lawyers in the country at next month's Labor and Employment Law Advanced Practices (LEAP) Symposium. It's your annual dose of employment law immersion, served with a side of humor and fun.
1. NEW ENFORCEMENT A federal agency has announced that in 2018 it plans to increase by "four to five times” its number of:
a. Wage-and-hour violation violations
Note: The Trump administration wants to use employers as a "virtual wall” against undocumented workers. Learn how HR must respond at LEAP's Immigration & HR session and our special three-hour, pre-LEAP workshop, The I-9/E-Verify Summit.
2. PEFORMANCE REVIEWS What frequency of performance reviews do HR professionals say provide the most accurate appraisal of an employee's performance?
Note: At our new LEAP panel on Performance Reviews. discover the future of reviews, the best practices and the legal pitfalls you need to avoid.
3. EMPLOYEE LEAVE HR professionals are well versed in Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). But what percentage of U.S. workers say they have never heard of the law?
Note: Employee leave is one of the most vexing (and legally dangerous) issues you face. Get answers to all of your specific leave-related questions at …
NEW at LEAP 2018: Employee Leave Interactive Roundtables! You can rotate between different tables (staffed by expert attorneys) on FMLA, return-to-work, pregnancy, ADA and more. LEAP is famous for providing this kind of interaction with top employment law minds.
4. MARIJUANA The percentage of positive employee drug tests hit a 12-year high last year. What percentage of urine drug tests in U.S. workplaces were found positive for drugs?
Note: As more states legalize marijuana, HR decisions become much hazier. Learn the best practices for your policies, testing, safety and privacy rules at LEAP's new Marijuana & Prescription Drug Issues in the Workplace breakout session.
5. POLITICAL DEBATES More than half of U.S. workers (54%) say they've discussed politics at work, and four in 10 say it's caused at least one negative outcome in their jobs, says an American Psychological Association study. Which gender is more likely to engage in political debates with co-workers?
Note: The divisive political culture is forcing HR to make risky decisions about what it allows employees to say – and when. Make sure everyone's rights are preserved at our special LEAP presentation: HR & The First Amendment: Free Speech and Political Speech at Work.
6. HIRING Amazon and Wells Fargo this year are just the latest companies to stop asking job candidates about their:
a. Salary demands
Note: Wage-and-hour and payroll issues are more complex than ever. Stay in compliance and out of trouble with advice from …
On the first morning of LEAP (April 11), join our special three-hour Payroll Compliance Workshop, led by attorney Alice Gilman, the editor of Payroll Legal Alert. Get timely insights and advice on the new tax law, withholding rules, travel pay, timekeeping, ACA reporting, expense reimbursements and more. Learn more at PayrollComplianceWorkshop.com.
7. #MeToo & HR What percentage of sexual misconduct at the workplace gets reported to HR, according to a new Challenger, Gray & Christmas study?
Note: Is your workplace vulnerable to a bombshell #MeToo complaint? How would you (and your policies) hold up? Discover the changes needed to stay in compliance at LEAP's HR in a #MeToo World session.
How did you score? Don't worry if you didn't ace the quiz. Employment law is changing rapidly these days. But you can quickly get in compliance with the expert advice you'll find at LEAP 2018. Plus, you'll have a fabulous time with your peers at the legendary Caesars Palace.
See you in Las Vegas!
Joseph L. Beachboard, Esq.
P.S. Two FREE Bonus Gifts. All LEAP 2018 attendees will receive six months of our HR Specialist: Employment Law newsletter PLUS six months of our HR Specialist: Premium Plus online HR information service – a combined $298.00 value – yours FREE!
P.P.S. Book Today! We have arranged for a very special room rate for LEAP attendees at Caesars Palace. Act now to guarantee your spot for our 14th annual conference. Click here for your discounted rate at Caesars Palace.
P.P.P.S. We Promise You'll Be Satisfied. If, after attending LEAP 2018, you decide it wasn't everything we've promised AND MORE, you get a full, 100% refund – every penny you paid. No hassles, no questions asked – and, your course materials and FREE bonus gifts are all yours to keep.
Why attend LEAP 2018?
Plus, you'll receive 17 SHRM and HRCI credit hours:
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"I've attended seven consecutive annual SHRM conferences. This blows those away. I appreciate LEAP's commitment to having one-on-one access with the expertise of numerous attorneys" - John Farrell
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