Due to the winter weather, CCSNJ’s HR Bootcamp originally
scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 12th will be POSTPONED.
We are working to reschedule this event and will notify members
as soon as the new date is confirmed.

Tuesday, February 12, 2018 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  The Westin Mount Laurel
555 Fellowship Road, Mt. Laurel, 08054



Latest Update on
Wage and Hour Laws

Peter L. Frattarelli, Esq., Partner 

With the dawn of 2019, wage and hour laws, regulations and case decisions continue to evolve. In New jersey, employers now face a newly-passed pay equity law along with an expected new law to significantly boost minimum wage. Learn the latest developments in this ever-changing field for employers, along with an overview of common wage and hour pitfalls.  

Top 10 Employee
Handbook Issues

Douglas Diaz, Esq., Partner 

An employee handbook can be a critical tool for employers to not only set expectations, but also limit employee rights under various employment laws and regulations. And, employee handbooks increasingly need to be written not as “one size fits all” but instead tailored to the size and nature of a business. Learn the Top 10 issues for employers to know about employee handbooks.    


Anatomy of a Workplace 
Harassment Investigation

David A. Rapuano, Esq., Partner

With the #MeToo movement garnering national attention, employers are having to address harassment complaints more than ever before. A carefully planned and executed harassment investigation can be the key element in avoiding liability, but also in providing employees with a safe working environment. Listen as the inner workings of a workplace harassment investigation are dissected, from start to finish.

Paid Leave – 
Laws and Regulations

Laura Link, Esq., Associate

New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Act is now in effect, but its implementation remains in flux, with only recently issued and proposed regulations, as well as confusion during the transition. This Act is only one piece of the puzzle, as other laws and regulations impact what is permissible for paid time off. Hear the latest on the Paid Sick Act and its regulations, and also a back-to-basics summary of the legal issues related to paid time off.  



              8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.    Registration, Networking & Breakfast
              8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Program & One-on-One Sessions

          $25 pre-registered CCSNJ members
          $35 late registration (after February 7) 

Members who attend will be
eligible to receive 3.5 SHRM
professional developmental credits.

Questions about this event?
Contact Avery Bedics at abedics@chambersnj.com or 856-424-7776 ext. 122. 

Are you a non-member interested in attending this event?
Contact Lisa K. Hurd at lhurd@chambersnj.com or 856-424-8980.

Reservations are binding unless cancelled in writing three working days prior to the event. Non-members must pay in advance.

Please Note: Online registration for this event closes as of 12 p.m. (Noon) 02/11/19. If registration has closed and you wish to attend, please register at the door.
Registration is $25 per CCSNJ member and $35 per late registration (after February 7) & walk-ins.