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    Data Privacy, Immigration, Harassment, Problem Employees Employer Headaches in 2018 and Beyond

    Date: September 26, 2018, 11:00am
    Harry Caray's
    Yorktown Center
    70 Yorktown Shopping Center
    Lombard, IL 60148
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    Join us on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 in Lombard, IL for our fourth annual labor and employment fall seminar! Focusing on the top challenges employers are facing in 2018, our attorneys will discuss everything from immigration and data privacy, to managing problem employees and preventing violence in the workplace.

    This has been approcved for HRCI and 5 SHRM credits.

    Conference Agenda:

    Maintaining a Healthy and Safe Work Environment 
    Presented by Beverly Alfon

    From fostering a positive workplace culture to preventing violence, there are several factors to consider when maintaining a safe and healthy work environment for your employees. This session will touch on potential employer liabilities and proactive strategies for training and prevention aimed at promoting workplace wellness.

    How to Terminate the Problem Employee and Avoid Litigation
    Presented by Jeff Risch

    Problem employees are usually headaches that never go away unless and until management steps in. This session offers "tried and true" recommendations and "tips" to effectively terminate the problem employee while avoiding litigation (or, at least, diminishing risks).

    Electronic Data Storage: How to Secure Employee Data and Guard Against Breaches 
    Presented by Molly Arranz and Julie Proscia

    This session focuses on how to keep employment records secure, protecting electronic systems, establishing protocols when terminating employees, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, and what to do if your company does experience a data breach.

    Immigration Update: Increased ICE Audits - How to Plan for and Address Them and Best Practices for Form I-9 Compliance
    Presented by Sara Zorich

    As ICE ramps up workplace audits, it is important for employers to review their Form I-9 policies and procedures. This session discusses proper Form I-9 completion, preparation for and responding to ICE Form I-9 audits and what to expect, and do if ICE visits your workplace.

    Register here!