Wednesday, March 1, 2017
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

The Mansion on Main Street
3000 Main Street, Voorhees, NJ 08043


Labor and Employment Outlook Under Trump Presidency  

Peter L. Frattarelli, Esq., Partner
With the dawn of a new Presidential administration, employers face significant uncertainty as to the future of existing labor and employment laws and regulations. Not only are significant new policies expected from the new President, but numerous policies in place from the Obama administration are now uncertain. Listen for the latest legal updates as well as a discussion on the substance and timing of anticipated changes.
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FMLA Basics: Overlap with Leave Laws

Tracy A. Wolak, Esq., Of Counsel 
The Federal Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) presents unique challenges for employers, from time off to medical certifications. Yet, how the FMLA interacts and overlaps with other leave laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, Workers Compensation laws, and even company policies and procedures, often poses the greatest confusion for employers. Learn how the FMLA works and how it needs to be approached to offer your company the best and smoothest overlap among these overlapping laws. 
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Paid Time Off: Challenging Issues for Employers

Laura Link, Esq., Associate 
Paid time off given by employers– often thought of as a benefit at the discretion of the employer– is subject to a number of laws and regulations. From municipalities which require paid sick time, to whether these paid days are guaranteed to employees after termination, employers face a multitude of restrictions that can affect productivity and staffing. Learn from the experts all of the nuances of paid time off and also find out how to best limit your risk.   
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Managing the “Always On” Workforce

David A. Rapuano, Esq., Partner 
In the age of social media and constant communication, the definition of the workplace can be stretched far beyond a fixed time and place. Today's "always on" employees routinely continue working and interacting with each other even after the end of the formal workday. Employers can face significant responsibilities associated with these activities, from whether employees are "on the clock" to social media harassment. Learn how to minimize your risk in this changing environment. 

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Reservations are binding unless cancelled in writing three working days prior to the event. 

Please Note: Online registration for this event closes as of 12 p.m. (Noon) 2/28/17. If registration has closed and you wish to attend, please register at the door. Price for late registration (after February 24) is $35.

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

This course is pending approval by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey. 


$25 pre-registered attendees
$35 late registration (after February 24)*

*Please note our new late registration policy. We still welcome walk-ins at our events.

Questions about this event? Contact Andrea Giannini at or (856) 424-7776 ext. 122. 

Not a member and interested in attending? 
Contact Lisa K. Hurd at or 856.424.8980

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