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2014 Employment Law Seminar

Complimentary Seminar
11.12.14

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

 8:30 AM   Registration
 9:00 AM   ADA Training
12:00 PM   Networking Lunch

Oak Ridge Country Club 
700 Oak Ridge Rd
Hopkins MN 55305

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Lindquist & Vennum’s Employment Law Group invites you to a complimentary seminar presented by David Fram, a nationally-recognized authority on ADA.

As NELI’s Director of ADA and EEO Services, David Fram conducts in-house ADA training and covers other EEO issues for employers, including manufacturers, service providers, colleges and universities, law firms and bar associations, and Federal, state and local governments.

Mr. Fram will provide an update of the dramatic ADA developments over the past year, including:

  • Significant federal court cases
  • EEOC’s latest policies, including its brand new policy on the ADA and pregnancy
  • Fast-breaking changes on a number of issues including attendance
  • Handling stress and lifting as essential functions
  • The importance of accurate job descriptions and performance evaluations
  • Reasonable accommodation issues including irritant-free workplace requests, extensive leave requests, work-at-home, and reassignment

Seminar attendees will receive a copy of The Human Resource Guide to Answering ADA Workplace Questions.

Contact
LaFromboise, Antoine J.
Communications and Brand Manager
T 612.371.3269

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