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    January Luncheon

    Date: January 24, 2018, 11:15am
    Organizer:
    NOLA SHRM
    Location:
    The Cannery
    3803 Toulouse St.
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
    Price:
    NOLA-SHRM Member - $25.00 / Non-Member - $40.00 / Student - $15.00
    Event Type:
    Meeting
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     CONDUCTING INVESTIGATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE

    This event was originally scheduled January 17, 2018, but was moved due to weather!

    Employee Investigations present a host of legal issues which must be analyzed before the first step takes place. Decisions regarding strategies for employee investigations may result in criminal and civil liability for your company as well as individuals on your team. Attorney- Client Privilege, Upjohn warnings, federal and state agency cooperation and other legal obligations must be part of the investigation plan to further ensure legal compliance.

    McGlinchey Stafford attorneys, Dan Plunkett and Mag Bickford, who specialize in these topics, will present a thoughtful discussion on how to plan and implement employee investigations which are mindful of civil and criminal legal issues to stay on the right side of the law.  In addition, they will share practical pointers for the best outcome for your organization, including preservation of evidence and post investigation strategies.

    Registration closes Monday, January 22nd at 10:00 AM

    All registrations from the orignal date on January 17th will be moved to the new date on January 24th. If you registered for the event on January 17th and cannot attend on January 24th, you may request a refund. Click here to request refund.

    Sponsored by:

    Aundrea Kloor, Director of External Relations & Corporate Development, at the UNO College of Business Administration, will discuss its new non-credit certificate program in Human Capital Management.  This 4 part certificate will be taught by James Stodd, principal of a management consulting firm specializing in strategic organization planning, change management and compensation and reward management.

    For more information contact Aundrea Kloor, at akloor@uno.edu or 280-3622