Please join me and my colleagues for the 10th Annual Master Class Series on Labor Relations and Employment Law. The 2023 program will be offered virtually on Tuesdays from Feb. 7 through April 11, 2023. Sessions are one hour, 2-3pm ET.
This years’s topics include:
- The New Employment Laws: Out with the Old and In with the Unknown
- Remote Work in Transition: Trends and Compliance Considerations
- The New Union Organizing Model: The Force of Gen Z
- Debriefing the Dobbs Decision: Unpacking What Employers Face in the Aftermath of the Overturning of Roe v. Wade
- Contingent Workforce Update: The Gamemakers Are At It Again
- Workplace Privacy: The Ever-Increasing Risks of Breaches and Maintaining Data and Information
- Back to the Future Part II: The NLRB and the Uncertain State of Labor Law
- Take the Target Off Your Back: Avoiding Common Wage and Hour Practices That May Lead to Litigation
- Federal Agencies Are Talking About You – and You Can’t Just Ignore It Anymore
- Unique Issues in Workplace Investigations: Not Your Typical ‘How To’
I will be presenting on March 7, 2023:
Contingent Workforce Update: The Gamemakers Are At It Again
In The Hunger Games, Seneca Crane and Plutarch Heavensbee make up
the rules for the games as they go along. The players never quite know what they’re getting into. While companies in the contingent workforce space don’t face literal death upon a misclassification or joint employment finding, the ramifications can be pretty harsh. Taking their cue from the gamemakers, the Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board keep changing the rules of the game. The states are updating their tests too. Learn what’s changing in 2023, and may the odds be ever in your favor.
Register here as my guest, or paste this link into your browser: www.bakerlaw.com/masterclass2023
There is no charge to attend. All sessions are virtual.
Feel free to invite your colleagues or other connections, including outside of your organization. When you register, please include my name as your BakerHostetler contact.
I look forward to seeing you then!
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