2018 Luncheon: Legal Update
November 15 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
2019 Membership Drive:
Join LAHRA as an individual before November 9th and attend this event FREE OF CHARGE!
Event: $25/members; $35/non-members
As 2018 draws to an end, and we turn our attention to 2019, it is a good time to reflect on how recent changes in labor and employment will impact employment practices in the coming year. On November 15, 2018, Terry Bonnette of Nemeth Law will discuss how labor and employment law has changed over the past year and what you need to do to remain compliant in the quickly approaching new year. Topics will include:
- Michigan’s Paid Sick Leave law.
- Increases to minimum wage.
- Medical marijuana, recreational marijuana, and the workplace.
- The impact of #MeToo on workplace investigations and policies.
- The NLRB’s new approach to employee handbooks.
Terry W. Bonnette is a graduate of Wayne State University Law School where he was a member of its National Moot Court Team. Mr. Bonnette received a Bachelor of Science degree from Bradley University and a Master of Science degree from Illinois State University. Before law school, Mr. Bonnette taught courses in argumentation, persuasion and speech writing for both Bradley University and Eastern Michigan University, where he also coached their nationally ranked speech teams. Since law school, Mr. Bonnette has practiced at Nemeth Burwell, P.C. representing and counseling management in labor and employment law.
In addition, Mr. Bonnette is the author of “Know Before you Go Offshore”, CORP! Magazine, “Protecting Your Assets With Non-Compete Agreements”, CORP! Magazine, and has co-authored “Genetic Information in Employment”, the Michigan Bar Journal, “Employment Practices Insurance From A to Z”, the Institute of Continuing Legal Education and the 33rd Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute.
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Sandy Vallance, Program Manager, Michigan Works! SE will be sharing a solution to help solve retention concerns prior to Legal Updates. Business Resource Networks have helped employers experience a 97% retention rate!
Thank you to Michigan Works Southeast and the Livingston Business Resource Network for sponsoring this event!