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Coastal HR Employment Law Conference set for July
MADISON, Wis. (5/28/09)--Credit union professionals can check if they are in compliance with all new and updated labor and employment laws by attending a conference presented by the Credit Union National Association. The Coastal HR Employment Law Conference, July 23-24 in Hilton Head, S.C., will explain current and upcoming changes to human resources acts, laws and regulations, and how they affect credit unions. Topics to be covered include:
* What has already changed--explains credit unions’ legal obligations under the new Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADA), new Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) regulations, and the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act; * What will change--outlines amended, expanded, or significantly revised labor and employment legislation passed during the Obama administration and the effects on credit unions; * What hasn't changed--helps credit unions avoid common pitfalls that produce liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the most violated and least understood of all federal employment laws; * What will never change--teaches how to motivate employees to excellence in difficult economic times by creating a management culture of servant leadership, which means the leader is a servant first; * Toolkits for ADA, the new FMLA, and the Ledbetter law--supplies sample language for position descriptions, policies for employee handbooks, how-to guides, and other information to address challenges; * Credit union high-spot review--provides checklists and a review of human resources practices, and suggestions to improve practices that may leave a credit union open to scrutiny; and * Measuring effectiveness of employee satisfaction--reviews some of the best methods for measuring employee satisfaction and performance, and provides tips to achieve the results for long-term satisfaction and performance.
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