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Employment Laws Affecting Staffing Options

Strategic Issues Facing CAAs Webinar Series


Preparing for uncertain times is not always easy. CAAs are often faced with potential funding cuts and program changes that affect their most valuable resource, their employees. Don’t wait until you are faced with these difficult scenarios to assess your CAA’s staffing options. This webinar covers the applicable employment laws affecting different staffing choices and ways to reduce your employment law liability relating to those choices. In this session we discuss:

  • the wage and hour issues associated with alternative employment arrangements such as furloughs and reductions in an employee’s pay and hours;
  • the discrimination laws that are triggered when an employer is making staffing changes;
  • the application of the federal layoff notice law, the WARN Act, for certain employment actions;
  • and the documentation and evaluation procedures that every employer should have in place to help protect it from potential claims.

Presented by: Rick Pins, Esq., Stinson LLP
Presented on: March 12, 2014

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