HR Recertification Credits
If you need HR recertification credits, here are the HRCI, SHRM, and CLE codes.
Title: 2023 Employment Law Update
Date: March 9, 2023
HRCI: 619010 – 5.25 HR (General) Credits
SHRM: 23-4PR3R – 5.25 PDCs
CLE Activity Code: 478833
Total CLE Hours Approved: 5.25
Session 1: The Year in Review & the Year Ahead
Kate Bischoff, k8bisch, LLC
Has the past year's events and pending legislation left you wondering how to prepare for the upcoming year? Join us, as we review what has happened over the past year and how it sets the stage for what to expect in 2023.
- MRA’s Quick Reference Guide to Minnesota Employment Laws
- MRA’s Quick Reference Guide to Federal Employment Laws
Session 2: Remote Work is Here to Stay
Thomas Henke and Kristin LeBre, Fredrikson & Byron
Remote work is no longer a temporary accommodation. It is a current and future reality. Regardless of whether your employees are working from home or in another state, this session will help ensure you are in compliance with applicable employment laws. It will also cover the risks associated with the usage of contractors in other states.
Session 3: Labor Practices for All Employers. What's Fair and Unfair?
Jessica Nelson and Randi Winter, Spencer Fane
This fast-paced session will cover the labor law developments that all employers should pay attention to in 2023, even those organizations that do not have unionized workforces. Spencer Fane attorneys Jessica Nelson and Randi Winter will breakdown the current priorities of the National Labor Relations Board, in addition to providing practical guidance for ensuring that your managers do not unknowingly engage in unfair labor practices. They will also provide suggestions for responding to potential union organizing activity among employees, as well as tips for updating employee handbooks and policies that might conflict with recent changes to legal opinions from the NLRB.
- MRA Guide - Five Tips for Remaining Union Free
- MRA Guide - Vulnerability to Union Organizing Checklist
Session 4: Dazed and Confused: What to Do About Marijuana in the Workplace
Brent Kettelkamp and Colin Hargreaves, Ogletree Deakins
Given the challenging legal landscape of marijuana in the workplace, this session aims to provide best practices for employers in handling these often sticky situations. Additionally, these changes have also caused employers to rethink drug testing and/or revise their respective policies. This session will outline additional considerations for drug testing and troubleshooting drug testing policies.
- How to effectively manage the continually changing workplace landscape of marijuana usage
- How to prepare effective drug testing policies
Session 5: Conducting Effective Investigations and Climate Assessments
Stephanie Sarantopoulos, Littler Mendelson
Assessing when and how an investigation should be done, determining how to manage the communication and process of the investigation, and conducting an effective and meaningful investigation is critical to an employer’s compliance obligations and instilling a healthy workplace. The recent full-tilt shift to virtual video conferencing provides an opportunity to expand an investigator’s efficiency but also poses challenges regarding effective interviewing and information-gathering techniques in the virtual context.
- MRA’s Guide to Conducting Effective Internal Investigations
- MRA’s Guide to Investigating a Discrimination or Harassment Complaint
- MRA’s Sample Investigation Questions and Guidelines for Handling Harassment Complaints
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