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The Lincoln Circle by joe gerstandt 9:00 am
The Lincoln Circle by joe gerstandt
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
*Event From The Lincoln Circle* The Lincoln Circle by joe gerstandt November 1st Event Nebraska Heart Hospital 7500 South 91st Street, Lincoln, NE 9:00am-10:30am Join us for our November meeting. You can RSVP here. Coffee, tea, water and continental breakfast items will be provided. Description of The Lincoln Circle We are a community of people involved in designing, organizing, supporting, and leading Organizational Diversity and Inclusion efforts in and around Lincoln. We believe strongly in the power and the importance of Diversity and Inclusion, for our organizations and for our community. We meet to support each other, share resources and information, and to move this work forward. We meet on the 1st Friday of each month from 9:00 – 10:30am and we try to do three things with our meetings: -We try to make it easy for folks doing this work to find and connect with other folks doing this work. -We try to learn from what local organizations are doing and have done relative to Diversity and Inclusion. -We try to help each other get better, by sharing our experiences and expertise. joe gerstandt Inclusion Strategist  
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November Program & Workshop 11:00 am
November Program & Workshop
Nov 12 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
November Program & Workshop @ Isles Reception Hall | Lincoln | Nebraska | United States
November Program & Workshop Location: Isles Reception Hall 6232 Havelock Ave, Lincoln, NE 68507 11:00 – 11:30 am: Registration 11:30 – 12:00 pm: Lunch & Announcements 12:00 – 1:00 pm: Keynote Session 1:00pm – 3:00pm: Workshop (normally 2 hours) Topic: The New Overtime Rule—Are you Ready? Lunch Presentation Description: The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced its final rule to make an estimated 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. The new rule will become effective January 1, 2020. Is your organization ready? Rembolt Ludtke employment law attorneys Mark Fahleson and Tara Paulson will discuss the history of the FLSA, the new requirements under the final rule, and strategies to help avoid an audit or lawsuit in the coming months. Workshop: The Fair Labor Standards Act—It’s Over 80 Years Old and Chances Are You Are Still Violating It. The law has been around for over half a century, yet it is estimated that over 60 percent of employers are in violation of some provision of the FLSA. The afternoon session will give attendees a chance to learn about recent FLSA developments and opinion letters and will include law school-type hypotheticals to help foster a greater understanding of the complexities of the FLSA and what is required for compliance. Credits: This program & workshop is valid for 3 PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. Presenters Mark Fahleson is a partner with Rembolt Ludtke LLP where his practice centers on employment and labor law. Fahleson also serves as an adjunct professor teaching Employment Law and Employment Discrimination at the University of Nebraska College of Law. Fahleson’s zealous yet cost-effective representation has resulted in numerous successful verdicts from federal and state court judges and juries. Fahleson’s expertise and skill have earned him recognition, including being named as the Employment Law (Management-Side) Attorney 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” for Lincoln by The Best Lawyers in America©. Tara Paulson is a partner at Rembolt Ludtke LLP where her practice primarily focuses on employment and labor issues and civil litigation. Paulson has significant experience in employment litigation, including matters involving federal, state, and local employment laws. In addition to her litigation practice, Paulson regularly represents clients in responding to administrative charges before federal, state, and local agencies, counsels employers regarding various labor and employment law issues, negotiates and prepares employment and separation agreements, reviews and revises employee handbooks, and drafts personnel policies. Paulson, a Lincoln native, has a demonstrated ability to identify and lead matters effectively, manage projects according to budget and implement improvements to help businesses succeed. She is recognized by clients and peers for anticipating needs, an acute attention to detail, a strong work ethic and her ability to develop strong business relationships. Register: Lunch Program Registration Fee: LHRMA members – $15 All Other Attendees – $25 Workshop Registration Fee: All Attendees—$35 College Student LHRMA Members *Luncheon attendance is free for SHRM designated student chapter members. Current SHRM designated chapters include: University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Students must register through Jenessa Keiser, College Relations Chair, college.relations@lincolnhr.org for free meeting attendance. Toys for Tots Campaign In support of our annual Toys for Tots campaign, we are asking LHRMA members to bring an unwrapped toy to the November 12th meeting at the Isles Reception Hall. Toys should be purchased for kids up to age 12.   Registration For This Event Is Now Closed.
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The Lincoln Circle by joe gerstandt 9:00 am
The Lincoln Circle by joe gerstandt
Nov 15 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
*Event From The Lincoln Circle* The Lincoln Circle by joe gerstandt November 15th Event Highlander Accelerator 2112 North 30th Street, Omaha, NE 68111 9:00am-10:30am Join us for our November 15th meeting. You can RSVP here. Coffee, tea, water and continental breakfast items will be provided. Description of The Lincoln Circle We are a community of people involved in designing, organizing, supporting, and leading Organizational Diversity and Inclusion efforts in and around Omaha. We believe strongly in the power and the importance of Diversity and Inclusion, for our organizations and for our community. We meet to support each other, share resources and information, and to move this work forward. We meet on the 3rd Friday of each month from 9:00 – 10:30am and we try to do four things with our meetings: We try to make it easy for folks doing this work to find and connect with other folks doing this work. We try to learn from what local organizations are doing and have done relative to Diversity and Inclusion. We try to help each other get better, by sharing our experiences and expertise. We try to love each other. joe gerstandt Inclusion Strategist  
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