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Employment Law Basics

This two-hour workshop will review what you need to know to avoid legal and practical issues and to meet your obligations to your employees based on both federal law and NH state law. 
The topics covered include:
Major employment laws 
NH DOL top ten violations
Case studies and discussion to include:
Legal issues to avoid when interviewing, hiring and discharging employees
Working effectively with disabled employees
Handling basic FMLA issues
Managing workers’ compensation claims
Identifying and avoiding harassment problems

About the Presenter:

Amy Cann is the Founder and Senior Consultant at HR ROI, a full-service HR consulting firm located in Pease Tradeport and serving clients in NH, MA, and ME.  Her background includes 20 years of HR and safety experience in-house for US-based organizations and seven years of teaching a variety of Human Resources and Business-related subjects as an Adjunct Instructor at Southern NH University and at the University of NH.
Her educational background includes an MBA in Global Studies and Graduate Certificates in Human Resources Management and Social Media Marketing from Southern NH University.  Her undergraduate degree is a dual B.A. in Human Resources Administration and Psychology from Saint Leo University.
Amy maintains Senior HR certification through the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) and teaches the online SHRM preparation course through SNHU. She also maintains her Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP).
On the volunteer side, she is the President for the Seacoast HR Association, a Board Member and Head Coach with the Rochester Youth Soccer Association (RYSA), and the Founder and Chairperson of the new Feminine Hygiene Project of NH.


Date/Time: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 10:00am to 12:00 pm
Location: Community Campus , Portsmouth
Fees: Member - $20; Not yet member - $40

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