Luncheon: The Times They Are A Changin’: Evaluating The Impact of the 2016 Elections

October 11, 2016 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Wilderness Ridge
1800 Wilderness Woods Pl
Lincoln, NE 68512
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The Times They Are A Changin’: Evaluating The Impact of the 2016 Elections, Presented by Christopher Hoyme of Jackson Lewis

By now, you probably have heard many things about the election that will be held in just a few short weeks to determine who will serve as the 45th President of the United States. What you may not have considered though, is how the election of our next President could impact the profession of HR across America. Prudent employers will want to be mindful of issues such as minimum wage, paid family leave and many others that could drastically change as a result of the election and have a significant impact on businesses. This session will evaluate those key legislative issues and assist in preparing HR professionals for the potential results.

Learning Objectives:
Participants will gain the knowledge of potential legislative and regulatory changes and their potential impact to the organization, as well as start to understand how to take appropriate proactive steps to support, modify, or oppose the proposed changes. 

Participants will also be able to ensure that human resources and employment activities will remain compliant with potential federal laws and regulations.

Christopher Hoyme’s Bio:

Program Registration Fee: LHRMA members—$15
All Other Attendees—$25
College Student Chapter Members—FREE (You must register with Jenessa Keiser, College Relations Chair)

Workshop Registration Fee: All Attendees—$35

MENU:  Fresh Spring Mix Salad, Vegetable Beef Soup with Fresh Baked Bread, Brownies and Blondies, Coffee, Tea and Water.

DEADLINE: Register/cancel your registration by 12:00 noon, Friday, Oct. 7th.

REMINDER: There is a $10 fee for late registrations and for no-shows. This $10 fee is in addition to the regular registration fee. Please try your hardest to register on time, as late registrations and no-shows make it difficult on everyone involved.

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