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2017 BREAKFAST BRIEFING SEMINARS

315 Union Street, 8th Floor, Seminar Room
Nashville, Tennessee 37201

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Are Your Documents in Order?
Friday, September 15, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Approved for 2 hours of General CLE, 1 Hour of Dual CLE
Approved for HRCI Credit

Join us on Friday, September 15th for a comprehensive discussion of what employment documents you should have and what they should contain to protect your business interests in today’s workplace. We’ll take a look at various aspects of employment agreements – including non-competition provisions – as well as take a look at what you should be doing to be able to conduct criminal background checks and comply with the requirements of the new Form I-9. In addition, we’ll look at job descriptions, handbook policies, severance agreements, and other important employment-related documents. Our presenters will be Howard Kastrinsky, Mark Hunt, Elizabeth Holt, and Kyle Watlington.

Ethics Hour
Eddie Wayland and Michael Ransom will lead a discussion on practicing law in the age of the internet.

The EEOC's Strategic Enforcement Plan: A Look Back and A Look Ahead

FLSA Wage & Hour Update
Friday, September 23, 2016
Seminar 8:30 a.m. - 10:40 a.m.; Ethics Hour - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Approved for 2 Hours of General CLE
Pending Approval for 1 Hour of Dual Ethics CLE
Approved for 2 Hours of HRCI Credit

Are you prepared for the upcoming changes to the FLSA salary regulations?

The time is fast-approaching for the new Department of Labor regulations to take effect.  As of December 1, 2016, salaried employees must earn, as a threshold, a weekly salary of at least $913 to be exempt from Federal overtime requirements.  You should be evaluating your staff and determining your strategy for dealing with the new salary regulations.

Join us at our September 23rd Breakfast Briefing, FLSA Wage & Hour Update, where a team of King & Ballow attorneys headed by Eddie Wayland and Mark Hunt will help you prepare for these changes.  We’ll also take a look at independent contractor and joint employer developments under the FLSA that will also affect all employe