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Upcoming Webinars

A New Dawn for DEI: How To Bring About Real Change in Your Organization

Webinars On-Demand

Wage and Hour Considerations for Employers

Leave Considerations for Employers under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Health and Safety Considerations for Employers

Remote Work Engagement Solutions for Employers

Benefit Considerations for Employers

Payroll Considerations for Employers

Leave Considerations for Employers on the State and Local Level

Furloughs and Layoffs - Strategies for a COVID-19 and Post-COVID-19 World

FFCRA – Practical Considerations for Employers

Safety Considerations as Workplaces Reopen

Preparing for Employees to Return to Work When Reopening Occurs COVID-19

FMLA and ADA Compliance When Dealing With Employee Mental Health

COVID-19 Wage and Hour Considerations During Reopening

Handling COVID-19 Related Accommodation Requests During Return to Work

Key COVID-19 Challenges Facing Employers Post-Reopening

Teleworking Compliance Issues Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Open Enrollment 2021: How to Handle This Year's Unique Challenges

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Leave Update

COVID-19, Civil Unrest, Paid Sick Leave, and Your 2021 Employee Handbook

2021 HR Challenges: How to Prepare for the Expected and Unexpected

Is Your Workplace Ready for the COVID Vaccine? What HR Needs to Know

Retaining Top Talent in Another COVID Year

Untangling the Web of Leave Laws: How to Comply and Succeed During COVID and Beyond

New COVID-19 Employee Training and Prevention Plan Requirements

A New Dawn for DEI: How To Bring About Real Change in Your Organization

Wednesday May 19 at 2PM ET

In the wake of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Duante Wright and others, organizations have reexamined their commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This focus has motivated employers to reinvigorate their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs.

Join us for this 60-minute program with Matthew Camardella, co-leader of Jackson Lewis Affirmative Action, OFCCP and Government Contract Compliance practice group, and John Bryson II, co-leader of Jackson Lewis Corporate Diversity Counseling practice group, to learn the benefits of diversity, the holistic nature of DEI programs, related legal considerations, and best practices in designing and implementing such programs.

In this program you will learn how to:

  • Make the business case for diversity,
  • Conduct a qualitative and quantitative organizational self-examination, and
  • Leverage analytics to remove barriers to DEI.

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John M. Bryson II is a principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He is co-leader of the firm's Corporate Diversity Counseling practice group engaging in diversity assessments and counseling, preparing comprehensive action plans and related litigation issues. He is also a nuclear engineer by training. John was recently honored with the BTI Client Service MVP Award as one of 28 nation-wide employment lawyers selected by General Counsel of the country's largest corporations for dedication and commitment to superior client service. John has more than 30 years of experience in employment law litigation and diversity counseling, addressing complex, sophisticated enterprise-wide issues.

Matthew Camardella is a principal in the Long Island, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He is the co-leader of the Affirmative Action, OFCCP and Government Contract Compliance practice group. Matt directs the preparation of more than 1,000 AAPs each year and has defended hundreds of OFCCP audits for a broad range of employers across the country. He also serves as the practice group lead on responding to OFCCP allegations of class-based discrimination.

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Wage and Hour Considerations for Employers

Wage and Hour Considerations for Employers
March 27, 2020
XpertHR Senior Legal Editor Michael Cardman addresses the top wage and hour concerns confronting employers in light of the pandemic and provide tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Leave Considerations for Employers under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Leave Considerations for Employers under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
March 31, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Melissa Silver addresses the top leave issues confronting employers in light of the pandemic and provide tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Health and Safety Considerations for Employers

Health and Safety Considerations for Employers
April 2, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Melissa Boyce addresses the top health and safety issues confronting employers in light of the pandemic and provide tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to reduce the risk of exposure.

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Remote Work Engagement Solutions for Employers
April 7, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Robert Teachout addresses issues confronting employers in light of the pandemic and the increasing prevalence of remote workforces.

Benefit Considerations for Employers

Benefit Considerations for Employers
April 9, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Jessica Webb-Ayer addresses the top benefits issues confronting employers in light of the pandemic and provide tools and insights on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Payroll Considerations for Employers

Payroll Considerations for Employers
April 14, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Rena Pirsos addresses the top payroll issues confronting employers in light of the pandemic and provide tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Leave Considerations for Employers on the State and Local Level

Leave Considerations for Employers on the State and Local Level
April 16, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Melissa Silver covers how states and localities are responding to this pandemic and the implication for HR.

Furloughs and Layoffs - Strategies for a COVID-19 and Post-COVID-19 World

Furloughs and Layoffs - Strategies for a COVID-19 and Post-COVID-19 World
April 22, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Marta Moakley, JD, addresses the top-of-mind issues employers are facing with furloughs and layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic and will face when workers begin to return to work.

FFCRA – Practical Considerations for Employers

FFCRA – Practical Considerations for Employers
April 29, 2020
XpertHR's Head of Content Amanda Czepiel, JD, addresses the top-of-mind issues employers are facing with the applying the FFCRA's emergency paid sick leave (EPSL) and paid public health emergency FMLA leave (EFMLA) requirements in the workplace.

Safety Considerations as Workplaces Reopen

Safety Considerations as Workplaces Reopen
May 6, 2020
XpertHR Legal Editor Melissa Boyce, JD, addresses the top-of-mind issues employers are facing in the implementation of safety measures in the workplace and provides tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Preparing for Employees to Return to Work When Reopening Occurs COVID-19

Preparing for Employees to Return to Work When Reopening Occurs COVID-19
May 13, 2020
XpertHR's Head of Content Amanda Czepiel, JD, discusses the guidelines for implementing a phased-in approach for returning to work, factors to consider when rehiring laid-off employees and more.

FMLA and ADA Compliance When Dealing With Employee Mental Health

FMLA and ADA Compliance When Dealing With Employee Mental Health
May 20, 2020
Fisher Phillips employment attorneys Joshua Nadreau and Jen Barrett DiMarzo discuss how to identify, address and accommodate mental health issues under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and tie these issues in with current events.

COVID-19 Wage and Hour Considerations During Reopening

COVID-19 Wage and Hour Considerations During Reopening
June 03, 2020
XpertHR's Senior Legal Editor Michael Cardman addresses the top wage and hour concerns confronting employers in light of the pandemic and reopening and provide tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Handling COVID-19 Related Accommodation Requests During Return to Work
June 17, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Robert Teachout discusses how to address employees' concerns about returning to the workplace, what to do when an employee requests to not return to onsite work, PPE and associated disability and religious accommodations, Accommodation options and more.

Key COVID-19 Challenges Facing Employers Post-Reopening

Key COVID-19 Challenges Facing Employers Post-Reopening
July 15, 2020
XpertHR Legal Editor David Weisenfeld, JD, discusses continuing concerns about returning to the workplace, back to school and related care issues, addressing nonadherence to safety protocols and OSHA and EEOC guidance updates.

Teleworking Compliance Issues Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Teleworking Compliance Issues Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
August 12, 2020
Robin Shea, partner with Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP, discusses compliance issues relating to telework, data security regulations, wage and hour laws for both exempt and non-exempt employees, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Open Enrollment 2021: How to Handle This Year's Unique Challenges

Open Enrollment 2021: How to Handle This Year's Unique Challenges
September 30, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Jessica Webb-Ayer addresses the top benefits concerns confronting employers in light of COVID-19 and open enrollment and provide tools and insight on how HR can and must respond to its employees' most pressing concerns.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Leave Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Leave Update
October 7, 2020
XpertHR's Legal Editor Melissa Silver, JD, addresses the top-of-mind leave issues employers are facing with the DOL's recently issued temporary rule clarifying paid leave requirements under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

COVID-19, Civil Unrest, Paid Sick Leave, and Your 2021 Employee Handbook

COVID-19, Civil Unrest, Paid Sick Leave, and Your 2021 Employee Handbook
November 18, 2020
Littler Mendelson's Meredith Shoop covers the foundations of what you need to know as your organization prepares its 2021 employee handbook. Shoop details the unprecedented handbook changes that this unprecedented year has created.

2021 HR Challenges - How to Prepare for the Expected and Unexpected

2021 HR Challenges - How to Prepare for the Expected and Unexpected
December 3, 2020
Attorney Jonathan Segal of Duane Morris and HR consultant Adam Calli of Arc Human Capitol explore the results of XpertHR's Survey of HR Challenges for 2021 and discuss steps HR and people teams can take to prepare for the year ahead.

Is Your Workplace Ready for the COVID Vaccine? What HR Needs to Know

Is Your Workplace Ready for the COVID Vaccine? What HR Needs to Know
January 20, 2021
Attorneys Phillip Bauknight and Kevin Troutman, partners at Fisher Phillips, a leading labor and employment law firm, share the crucial issues employers need to consider when determining how to address COVID vaccinations for their employees.

Retaining Top Talent in Another COVID Year

Retaining Top Talent in Another COVID Year
February 10, 2021
Phillip B. Wilson, founder of Approachable Leadership and nationally recognized labor and employment expert, helps participants understand the signs top talent is going to quit (including "pre-quit" behaviors that show up months before someone leaves).

Untangling the Web of Leave Laws - How to Comply and Succeed During COVID and Beyond

Untangling the Web of Leave Laws - How to Comply and Succeed During COVID and Beyond
March 18, 2021
In this 60-minute webinar, Katharine Weber, co-chair of Jackson Lewis's Disability, Leave and Health Management Practice, addresses the top leave management issues confronting employers.

New COVID-19 Employee Training and Prevention Plan Requirements

New COVID-19 Employee Training and Prevention Plan Requirements
April 7, 2021
In this 60-minute webinar, CEO Michael Johnson and Attorney Shannon Farruk of Clear Law Institute, discuss COVID-19 employee trainings and prevention plans. New guidance issued by OSHA indicates that employers nationwide should provide these trainings and plans.