As organizations consider their needs and goals in the next one to five years, technology is unquestionably going to be an integral part of any successful operation. To that end, HR needs to consider the breadth of their options to support the organizational strategy. What we know already is how technology has impacted our workplace and how it is reshaping the challenges that exist ahead.
In this engaging webinar, longtime employment attorney Louis Lessig, of Brown & Connery LLP, will have participants considering what current strengths exist in their workplace, including:
- How infrastructure supports the desired results;
- Candidly evaluating weaknesses in present operations and how they impact all aspects of the operation; and
- Exploring the multitude of opportunities that new technologies present for the organization and its growth.
Lessig also will discuss the various threats that exist to reaching and exceeding the needs and goals within the workplace. Through examples, eye-opening statistics and case law, this program will open participants’ minds to the many possibilities and challenges.
In addition, participants will gain ideas to add to their own technological blueprint moving forward including where the pitfalls may exist and how to combat them--all with an eye towards the future of their organization.
Louis R. Lessig
Mr. Lessig regularly represents clients in all types of employment matters in state and federal court as well as before administrative agencies.
He speaks on a variety of employment topics across the country and regularly writes articles that appear in publications nationwide.
In 2012, 2013 and 2014, Mr. Lessig was selected as a “Super Lawyer” in labor and employment law.
In 2010 he was selected by the New Jersey Law Journal as one of the “Top 40 Attorneys Under 40” and was also selected as a Delaware Valley Human Resources Consultant of the Year Nominee.
Mr. Lessig co-authored the 2002 supplement to “Drafting and Revising Employment Policies and Handbooks” published by Aspen Publishing.
He is a graduate of Muhlenberg College with a BA in Human Resource Management with a concentration in entrepreneurial studies.
Mr. Lessig received his law degree from Widener University School of Law in Delaware.
He is an active member in SHRM as the Legislative Affairs Director for Garden State Council-SHRM as well as an active member at the local level for Tri-State HRMA, where he is Vice-President.