HUMAN RESOURCES SEMINAR
Thursday, July 12 | Capitol Plaza Hotel, Montpelier
On July 12, Associated Industries of Vermont will host a special seminar focusing on key human resource developments and issues facing Vermont employers. The seminar will cover issues impacting private and public sector employers and the professionals who serve them, and will feature presentations, commentary, and audience Q&A with expert government and private sector presenters.
Both members and non-members are welcome to register to attend. Registration is required by July 9 and costs $50 for AIV members and $75 for non-members. Complementary registrations and other benefits are available for sponsors and new members. Check-in is from 8:30 to 9:00, and the agenda should run to 2:30.
For questions and suggestions, as well as information about the seminar, registration, sponsorship, membership, or other matters, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register online by going to the links under the Events section at www.aivt.org or email as above.
CLE: approval pending for general credits of continuing legal education.
- New Health Care Legislation and Related Developments
- Driving for Work: Tune up your Employer Liability and Authority
- Data Privacy and Security
- Marijuana and the Workplace: H.511/Act 86, Marijuana Legalization, Related Issues and Developments
- Sexual Harassment: H.707/Act 183, Sexual Harassment Legislation and Related Issues and Developments
- Other New State Laws: H.294/Act 126, Prohibition on Salary History Inquiries; H.711/Act 184, Employment Protections for Crime Victims; H.333/Act 127, Gender Neutral Bathrooms; H.731/Act 148, Miscellaneous Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Safety Updates
- Luncheon Address and Q&A with Commerce and Community Development Secretary Michael Schirling
- Legislation Expected to Return in 2018: S.40, Minimum Wage; H.196, Paid Family Leave; S.105, Unconscionable Contract Provisions, Other Issues
- Federal Developments: Decisions and Prospects from the Supreme Court, EEOC, and NLRB; IRS and Other Developments and Outlook
- Wrap Up: Issues to Watch, Final Q&A
- Emily Adams, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Unit, Office of the Vermont Attorney General
- Stephen Ellis, Director, Ellis Boxer & Blake
- Susan Graham, HR Services Consultant, NFP
- Susan Gretkowski, Senior Government Affairs Strategist, MVP Health Care
- Heather Rider Hammond, Shareholder, Gravel & Shea
- Cynthia E. Horan, Director, Client Solutions and Business Development, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont
- Elizabeth Rattigan, Chair, Labor and Employment Group, Downs Rachlin Martin
- Brenda Sabin, Director of HR Compliance & Payroll Solutions, Hickok & Boardman HR Intelligence
- Michael Schirling, Secretary, Agency of Commerce and Community Development
- Kerin Stackpole, Director, Paul Frank + Collins
- Julio Thompson, Director, Civil Rights Unit, Office of the Attorney General
- Benjamin Traverse, Associate, Downs Rachlin Martin
- Michael Wasco, Director, Paul Frank + Collins
- Aimee Ziter, Director, Project Roadsafe, Associated General Contractors of Vermont