What Was New in 2022,
A Review of Last Year’s Labor and Employment Law Headlines
and What May Be Next to Come in 2023
Join Us at the Delta by Marriott!
Employers witnessed many big legal developments in 2022, as the world continued to put COVID in the rearview mirror. From major changes with the United States Supreme Court to new government agency guidance on a host of topics and workforce trends, it has been enough to make any human resource leader’s head spin! We’ll catch you up with the latest in the year that was and consider what may be next to come in 2023.
• Provide an update on various federal and state employment law topics and
regulations impacting the workplace.
• Provide participants an overview of potential legislation currently pending at
the federal and state level and its effect on human resources.
• Provide analysis and guidance based on recent federal and state case law and its effect on the workplace and the human resource profession.
• Identify legislative priorities for 2023.
Jesse R. Dill (Ogletree Deakins)
Jesse has a wide range of employment law litigation, labor negotiation and arbitration, and compliance counseling experience. He has obtained successful judgments and decisions for his clients in a wide array of forums, including state and federal courts, arbitration proceedings, and administrative hearings before the Equal Rights Division. Jesse also represents indigent parties in federal jury trials through the Eastern District of Wisconsin Pro Bono Program.Jesse has conducted investigations related to a broad range of employment law issues, including workplace violence and harassment. Jesse also has substantial experience presenting in-house and to organizations on workplace topics with audiences enjoying his upbeat, interactive, and entertaining style. Jesse has been quoted as a legal expert for issues related to social media and the workplace by CNN and Fortune.
This session is pending for SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HRCI re-certification credits.
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