Expecting The Unexpected: Tackling Wage Issues and Protecting Employer’s Confidential Information and Client Relationships

October 17, 2013

The time to prepare for employee departures is before they happen.

Wage and hour claims continue to rise and can wreak havoc on an organization, particularly because they tend to be filed by employees long after they depart, challenging well-established pay practices and seeking attorneys’ fees in the process. Likewise, employees leave companies vulnerable when they depart with little notice, taking with them valuable confidential information and important client relationships.

Dilworth Paxson invites corporate decision makers with employee relations responsibilities, human resource executives and professionals, and in-house counsel for a seminar addressing the thorny issues that arise with respect to wage and hour law compliance and the protection of confidential information and proprietary employee and client relationships.

Thursday, October 17, 2013 | 8:30 am – 11:00 am
Dilworth Paxson LLP | 35th Floor Conference Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Moderator
Marjorie McMahon Obod, Co-chair, Labor & Employment practice
Dilworth Paxson LLP

Panelists 
Gino J. Benedetti, Partner, Labor & Employment practice
Dilworth Paxson LLP

Katharine Virginia Hartman, Partner, Labor & Employment practice
Dilworth Paxson LLP

Eric B. Meyer, Partner, Labor & Employment practice
Dilworth Paxson LLP

Jennifer Platzkere Snyder, Partner, Labor & Employment practice
Dilworth Paxson LLP

Summary:

PART 1: Are your employees properly classified as exempt or non-exempt under wage and hour laws? Or do you have the paperwork you need to back up your pay practices?

PART 2: Is your corporate “house” in order when it comes to protecting your most valuable information? What about your most valued relationships – whether they be with employees, contractors or clients? Do you have safeguards in place to allow you to maintain stability when employees leave?

These questions, and many more, will be addressed by our team of experienced labor & employment partners who will offer practical solutions by addressing real-world scenarios in an interactive format. Come join in our discussion so you can expect the unexpected!

Please RSVP by emailing ehughes@dilworthlaw.com  

CLE Credits to be provided
Event is Free of Charge

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