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    Columbia Basin SHRM Presents Fall Half Day Seminar

    Date: September 18, 2014, 8:00am – 12:15pm
    Organizer:
    Columbia Basin SHRM
    Location:
    TRAC
    6600 Burden Blvd, Pasco, WA
    Price:
    Members - $60.00 Non-Members - $85.00 Students - $25.00
    Event Type:
    Conference
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    Seminar Agenda:

    7:30 – 8:00 AM     Registration and Breakfast 

    8:00 – 9:00 AM     Employment Law Update:  From Pay to Pot    Presenter:  Jodi Slavik

    This one hour seion is a comprehensive review of employment law changes that occured in 2014 and changes expected in 2015, including Supreme Court rulings (and those accepted for review), state and federal legislation, and agency rule making.  This class is designed for business owners, HR professionals, payroll and benefit specialists, attorneys, and other consultants.   

    9:00 – 9:15 AM      Break 

    9:15 – 12:15 PM    Hand-On I-9 Workshop    Presenter:  Rick Labado and Sean Brown

    In this I-9 workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about filling out the Form I-9 form accurately.  The class will filling out sample I-9 forms, audit sample I-9 forms ad discuss the law and tricky situations to avoid.

    About our Presenters:

    Rick Laboda is an Employment and Labor Attorney with Vigilant.  Rick is licensed to practice in two states is often requested at member's bargaining tables and is Vigilant's go-to resource for all of the hot-button topics in employment law.

    Sean Brown is an Employment Attorney with Vigilant.  He is licensed to practice in Washington state.  He brings hands-on transactional HR experience Vigilant members.  Some of the topics he deals with are recruiting talent, on-boarding employees and drafting termination letters and much more.

    Jodi Slavik, is an Employment Attorney and Regional Service Manager.  She was previously with the Building Industry Association of Washington.  She has counseled corporate leaders, passed controversial legislation, and negotiated sticky agency rules which have taught her how to anticipate problems, forge relationships, and draw the line when necessary.  She is able to distill and convey complex information in an immediately useful, entertaining

    Click here to register and reserve your seat or complete this form returning it to the contact listed.