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Employee Regulations and the Workplace of the Future
Employers across the nation are confronting a host of new or amended employment laws addressing pay equity, pay inquiry, and paid sick leave. For instance, various U.S. municipalities and states, including New York City, Philadelphia, New York, California, and Puerto Rico have also enacted new legislation that prohibits employers from asking applicants about their current or past salary, creating additional compliance and recruitment challenges for employers. Additionally, various states and localities have adopted or are considering mandatory paid sick leave laws, adding to the assortment of new employer requirements. So what will the future workplace look like for women?

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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New Tactics for Case Management: Maximizing Efficiency & Minimizing Cost
In this session, we will explore new case management techniques that can bring litigation and its costs under control and instill a greater measure of predictability into the process.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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GDPR Triage: In the Midst of 10,000 Contracts to Review, Picking the Spots to Mitigate the Biggest Risks
In this session, we’ll uncover what in-house practitioners need to know going in as this new regulation takes effect.

SuperConference

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Revamping Employee Data, Cloud & Social Media Policies and Training to Mitigate Legal Risks
Nowadays, everybody is on social media -- including your bosses and employees. Because today’s employee is always-on and connected 24/7, companies are having a harder time determining the right balance between instilling a culture of data protection vs. where to draw the line on employee monitoring. Having a predetermined company policy on social media is the norm, but its open forum still presents a huge risk that many organizations don’t know how to deal with.

This session will discuss how companies can train their employees to mitigate legal risks on social media.

SuperConference

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