HR Boot Camp
Friday, March 1, 2013
8:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Registration, Networking & Buffet Breakfast
8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
10:30 – 11:00 a.m.
One-on-One Session with the Panelists
The Mansion on Main Street
3000 Main Street, Voorhees, NJ 08043
Latest update on Social Media and What employers must know
Peter L. Frattarelli, Esq.
The legal landscape for employers and social media is literally changing by the day. Recent court and administrative decisions are in total flux, and even the authority of the federal agency issuing some of these decisions (NLRB) is now in doubt. This presentation will provide the latest update on how social media can be used by employers, and also what employers must be wary of with regards to employees’ use of social media.
Wage And Hour – Good Practice Tips
Douglas Diaz, Esq.
Even the most sophisticated employers can make common mistakes handling payroll issues. From improper deductions to overtime eligibility and calculations, employees’ paychecks present a potential minefield of legal issues. This presentation will offer practical guidance and avoidance tips for the most common wage and hour issues, so employers can avoid the harsh penalties when these laws are not followed.
Employee Background Checks: How Far Can You Go?
Tracy Wolak, Esq.
Employers understandably wish to check into the background of job applicants, and at times their own employees, in order to protect their business. But, new case decisions, administrative rulings and laws have begun to significantly limit the criminal, credit and other background checks that can be run on potential and existing employees. This presentation will cover the basics of background checks and provide a complete summary of the new legal limits on this useful screening tool.
When Employees Leave: Top Ten Rules
David A. Rapuano, Esq.
When employees leave your business, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, employers face a number of different decisions and options – from whether to pay severance to how to protect your confidential information. This presentation will go over the “Top Ten” rules that employers should follow when employees become “ex-employees,” including advice on policies and procedures that should be put in place in order to protect your company’s bottom line.
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