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    What's The NLRB Got To Do With Me?

    Date: May 18, 2017, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    South King County SHRM
    Location:
    CenterPoint Conference Park
    Conference Center/Commons Building
    Adjacent to Alki Bakery
    20809 72nd Ave S
    Kent, WA 98032
    Price:
    Early Registration: SKC-SHRM Chapter Members are $29.00, Non-SKC-SHRM Chapter Members are $35.00 and Students are $17.00 (Meal Deal Card Holders save 10%)
    Event Type:
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    In this hour-long seminar, attorney Jose Klein will provide an introduction to National Labor Laws and the potential impact of the NLRB on non-union employers. The presentation will include an overview of employee rights to engage in concerted protected activity, as well as the areas where non-union employers are most vulnerable to being found guilty of labor law violations. Jose will also discuss the most recent NLRB case law developments and provide some analysis of what employers may expect from the NLRB during the Trump presidency, and from the Supreme Court in the wake of the Gorsuch appointment.

    Some of the take-aways that Jose will provide include:

    • An overview of the constitution of the NLRB and the matters that the Board will rule on;
    • Issue spotting of the areas in which an employer handbook may run afoul of national labor standards;
    • Insight into the most impactful recent decisions from the NLRB; and
    • Some predictions about where labor law may be heading in the coming years, and what employers can do to prepare themselves for those eventualities.

    Menu: Beef and Chicken Enchiladas served with Spanish rice, southwest salad, tortilla chips and salsa, and dessert. Includes hot coffee and tea. Request special Gluten Free or Vegetarian plated entrée when registering online.

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