2020 Labor and Employment Law Update
Time & Location
About The Event
PRE-REGISTRATION & PAYMENT IS REQUIRED. Seating is limited - Register early!
Free for HRACO Members - $25 per RSVP for Non-Members
Summary of Presentation
What more could 2020 throw at HR? The pandemic and more brought legal changes and challenges... it’s time for a summary of changes and developments in the law, and how they impact employment and human resources issues!
This presentation will also cover Oregon and federal legal and legislative updates, as well as key court decisions from late 2019 through the present. Notable topics include the FFCRA, the CARES act, protected leave, disability accommodations, discrimination claims, teleworking, and unemployment benefits.
Join us for a lively discussion filled with practical tips!
SPEAKER: Kurt Barker, Karnopp Petersen LLP
A partner at Karnopp Petersen LLP, Kurt serves as Chair of his firm’s Employment Law department. He is the current Legislative Affairs Chair of HRACO (and a past President of its board), and also serves on the boards of the Oregon Employer Council’s Central Oregon Chapter and Volunteers in Medicine. Kurt has been representing employers in all aspects of the employment relationship for over 19 years, including counseling regarding terminations and medical issues, drafting handbooks and contracts, conducting anti-harassment and other trainings, helping employers avoid claims, and defending them before agencies and in state and federal courts. Since 2012, peers repeatedly have selected Kurt for listing in Best Lawyers in America for his work in Management-side Employment Law and Labor and Employment Litigation. www.karnopp.com
This program is pending for 2.0 General Credits by HRCI & 2.0 PDCs by SHRM
SPONSOR: Bend Chamber of Commerce
It’s been a rough year for business and the Bend Chamber has stepped up to provide resources, funding and help take on some of the most pressing issues for businesses and the workforce during COVID. Join us to hear why the Bend Chamber endorses Measure 9-135, the City’s Transportation Bond, how the Chamber dispersed $1M in COVID relief funds into the business community and a new pilot to help employees find childcare.
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