Labor and employment conference tackles issues impacting southeast Michigan employers on October 28, 2016
Butzel Long hosts 29th Annual Labor, Employment, Benefits and Immigration Law Forum at MGM Grand Detroit
DETROIT, Mich. – Human resources professionals, general counsel, business owners and all who deal with employees need a playbook to keep up with changing laws, regulations and other issues impacting today’s workplace. Butzel Long’s 29th Annual Labor, Employment, Benefits and Immigration Law Forum will focus on a variety of these legal matters on Friday, October 28, 2016 at the MGM Grand Detroit, located at 1777 Third Avenue. Complimentary valet parking will be available.
The seminar begins with registration at 7:15 a.m. The conference takes place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The $190 registration fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch and seminar materials.
“We plan our annual conference to meet the evolving informational needs of human resources professionals and all those who deal with employee issues,” said Daniel B. Tukel, Chair of Butzel Long’s Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Department. “Our objective is to provide attendees with the latest information to help them day-to-day.”
The Butzel Long seminar begins with an update on new developments in labor and employment law. Next, participants can select three of the 12 workshops offered on a wide-range of labor, employment, employee benefits and immigration issues faced by most employers.
Workshop session topics include:
- Concerns of an Aging or Unhealthy Workforce
- Employee Benefits: Traps for the Unwary
- New overtime exemption regulations
- LGBT issues
- Everything you always wanted to know about 401(k) plans, but didn’t ask
- Accommodation Issues
- Know the rules of the Immigration Game
- New Protection for Trade Secrets?
- Regulating Employees’ Off Duty Conduct
- Don’t Gamble with I-9’s
- Dealing with the Troubled Employee
- Proactively Managing Leave Issues
A highlight of the program will be a panel discussion titled, “Talkin’ ‘Bout Our Generations: Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce.” The panel discussion will be moderated by Butzel Long employment attorney Jim Rosenfeld. Panelists include:
- Rebecca Davies and John Hancock, Jr. labor and employment attorneys, Butzel Long,
- Jonathan Hughes, CFO, Shinola Detroit, and,
- Louis Theros, Vice President and General Counsel, MGM Grand Detroit
This discussion will consider issues in the workplace which may differ among Gen X; baby boomers and “Millennials;” what motivates the different generations; how retention issues differ; and, how to manage employees with these different generational perspectives.