Our monthly meetings from September through June feature speakers who share valuable information about human resource topics in areas such as motivation, performance management, human resource strategy, compensation, career management, and legal issues such as FLSA, FMLA, sexual harassment, discrimination and other workplace issues. The various subjects presented for discussion help our members deal effectively with the issues they face in maximizing the contributions made by employees in their respective organizations. Our spring legal update seminar provides vital information about State and Federal compliance issues that impact the human resource function. Both members and non-members are invited to attend.
Biden’s Impact on Human Resources
Registration/Coffee/Donuts 8:45-9:00 AM
Join us for our first “IN-PERSON” meeting in over a year!
We will be back at WorkCentral, but in the “Conference Center” room on the 2nd floor (to your right when you get off the elevator)!
Kyle Cullen from the Whitney Law Group will be presenting an update on the Biden Administration’s impact on Human Resources and Employment Law.
Please join us for a “live”-ly discussion and come prepared to have your questions answered.
Kyle E. Cullen – Kyle is an Associate at Whitney Law Group, LLC, a law firm focusing on employment law and civil litigation. Kyle focuses on employment law and business litigation. Kyle is a member of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association (plaintiff-side employment law association) and the Massachusetts Bar Association. As a small employment law boutique, WLG represents employers, executives, and individual plaintiffs. Executive Advocacy represents more than 50% of WLG’s practice, where the WLG team counsel executives on a wide variety of workplace legal issues that they face, including contracts, compensation, investigations, severance negotiation, whistleblowing, trade secrets, and numerous issues surrounding executive mobility. WLG offers an innovative fixed price approach to defending restrictive covenant matters, which gives individuals a fighting chance against large companies to challenge overbroad or invalid post-employment restrictions. WLG also has an active plaintiff-side litigation practice and vigorously prosecutes claims of individuals who have suffered unlawful discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation in the workplace, as well as leave law violations and nonpayment of wages. WLG has offices in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York, and is on the web at www.whitneylawgroup.com; e [email protected]; p 781-631-4400.
SHRM & HR CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE CREDITS
Each year professional must earn continuing education credits in order to retain their credentials for either SHRM or HRCI.
Attendees of MWHRMA meetings may receive SHRM & HRCI credits at our monthly seminars. Prior to each seminar, MWHRMA submits the speaker and content information to SHRM & HRCI. Then SHRM & HRCI approves the program and authorizes credits based on the length of the meeting. We inform attendees that the seminar is approved for credits. At each meeting, we provide a signed certificate listing the credit information that attendees can take home with them and submit directly to SHRM & HRCI.