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September 2020 - MOST Meeting

  • 15 Sep 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:20 PM (CDT)
  • SEPTEMBER will be: Zoom Virtual Meeting

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  • For MC-SHRM Members registering for the MOST Meeting after the deadline.
  • For MC-SHRM Members Registering for the MOST Meeting before the deadline.
  • For Students registering for the MOST Meeting that are not a MC-SHRM Member.

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Back to School for Employers

NOTE: 3rd Tuesday of September Due to Labor Day Holiday

Program 1 - MC-SHRM Members Only Special Topic (MOST)    2:15*PM-3:20PM (*Registration 2:00PM-2:15PM)

Presented by: David L. Barron, Attorney - Cozen O'Connor 

Employees with school-aged children are quickly learning that back to school will not be a return to normalcy. Schools are implementing modified education plans to provide for student and teacher safety in light of coronavirus concerns. Plans include mandatory and optional remote learning and hybrid models of in-person and remote learning. How will this impact your employees’ ability to perform their jobs and your company’s ability to accomplish its business objectives? 

We will discuss what employers must do to comply with applicable laws and effective strategies to meet business needs and address workplace issues.  


Participants Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss employer obligations to provide parental leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) under various school operating plans

  • Identify legal obligations and options if an employee needs to be at home with children but has no FFCRA leave available

  • Discover best practices and potential pitfalls for employees working from home due to lack of childcare or school closures

   

    David Barron is board certified in Labor and Employment law. David assists his clients with labor and employment needs, including representing clients at trials involving wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, collective action overtime claims, and whistle-blower suits. He counsels clients on labor negotiations, elections, strikes, and corporate campaigns by unions; litigates disputes before the National Labor Relations Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Department of Labor; and advises management on various employment issues, including wage and hour, federal contractor compliance, employee terminations, discrimination and harassment claims, drafting and enforcement of non-compete agreements, Sarbanes Oxley, and OSHA matters .

    To Learn more about David Barron, visit: www.cozen.com

     

    Contact us:

    MC-SHRM

    P.O. Box 8796

    The Woodlands, TX 77387

    (936) 321-2370


    Montgomery County Society for Human Resource Management is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

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