Podcasts and Webinars

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  • Podcast: What Key 2018 Ballot Measures Mean for the Workplace

    Date:
    November 29, 2018

    XpertHR Legal Editors David Weisenfeld and Beth Zoller discuss the midterm election passage of state ballot initiatives affecting employers, including transgender rights, minimum wage increases and marijuana legalization measures.

  • Podcast: California Dreaming - New Employment Laws Send Shock Waves

    Date:
    October 26, 2018

    This podcast features an in-depth look at the dizzying array of new California employment laws with Littler Mendelson shareholder Bruce Sarchet, with a particular focus on sexual harassment plus a novel mandate for diversity.

  • Podcast: #MeToo Movement Sparks New Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws

    Date:
    October 18, 2018

    This podcast examines new policy and training requirements affecting all New York employers, and the trend of these laws elsewhere, with Cozen O'Connor employment attorney Michael Schmidt.

  • Podcast: What HR Must Do to Survive and Thrive

    Date:
    September 5, 2018

    On this podcast, Steve Browne shares tips for how the personal approach can improve the HR profession and greatly enhance employee communications. Browne is the author of "HR on Purpose."

  • Podcast: Why Zero-Tolerance Policies Are a Bad Idea

    Date:
    August 16, 2018

    On this podcast, employment attorney Robin Shea discusses why these one-size-fits-all discipline policies do not work for employers and, in fact, may be far more harmful than helpful.

  • Podcast: Sexual Harassment 2.0, What Now?

    Date:
    July 31, 2018

    This podcast examines sexual harassment, workplace relationships and the role HR can play with employment attorney Jonathan Segal, managing principal of the Duane Morris Institute.

  • Podcast: Is the Gig Economy More Myth Than Reality?

    Date:
    July 17, 2018

    This podcast looks at a Bureau of Labor Statistics survey that suggests a decline in the number of US workers employed in alternative work arrangements. Fisher Phillips attorney Rich Meneghello called the report flawed, but said it is not good news for HR professionals.

  • Podcast: SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor Discusses Key Issues Affecting HR

    Date:
    June 27, 2018

    On this podcast, SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor Jr. discusses the key challenges affecting HR today, along with the biggest concerns he hears from his members, in a wide-ranging conversation you cannot afford to miss.

  • Podcast: Supreme Court Aids Employers in Arbitration Cases

    Date:
    June 21, 2018

    This podcast features the Supreme Court's ruling that companies may force their employees to arbitrate their workplace disputes individually rather than as part of a class action, with insights from Seyfarth Shaw employment attorney Gerald Maatman.

  • Podcast: How Opioids and Marijuana Are Changing the Drug-Testing Landscape

    Date:
    May 10, 2018

    This podcast examines what the opioid crisis and increasing number of marijuana legalization laws have meant for employer drug testing programs, with insights from New Hampshire employment attorney Jim Reidy.

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