Every year, as the calendar turns from August to September and mornings and evenings get a little cooler, I start to look forward to all things fall. For “normal-person me,” this means getting excited for back to school, the return of college football (GO GREEN!), and giving myself permission to bake some of my favorite pumpkin flavored treats! For “employment attorney- nerd me,” this means getting excited for Miller Johnson’s Annual Employment Law Seminar.
We are back- with two live in-person sessions, and virtual on-demand recordings- covering the hottest legal issues and situations our employer clients deal with every day. No matter an organization’s size or industry, we’ll help you steer through confusing (and, sometimes contradictory) guidance, regulations, and laws to equip you to address your workplace issues. Hey, we don’t write the laws- we just help you navigate them!
Over the course of a few hours, we’ll update you on the latest workplace developments across the legal landscape and take a deep dive into some of the most complex issues facing employers in this post-COVID world. Let’s face it- the world post-COVID has gotten more complicated with legal issues, not less. Wondering how to prevent cyber-attacks, how to retain and attract talent in spite of the Great Resignation, and how to manage remote work requests and employee mental health in a post-pandemic world? Don’t worry- we’ve got you covered!
We’d love to host you in Kalamazoo on September 27 or in Grand Rapids on October 5, both from 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. If you can’t join us in person, don’t sweat it! Starting October 13 and over the course of three weeks, we’ll provide the recordings from all of the presentations offered at our live in-person seminars in Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids. That’s right, whether you attend in person or virtually, you don’t have to miss a second of content from all of our presenters and breakout sessions.
To learn more about our agenda, speakers, breakout sessions and continuing education credits, hop over to this page on our website or reach out to any Miller Johnson attorney.
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