Join Jacqueline Shulman, Partner – Labor Relations & Employment Law Department of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP to learn and discuss how recent Employment Law changes may impact the Family Business. The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, April 19th, at 09:00 AM EST.
Jackie states many family business owners believe their “close-knit” Family approach provides them with protections not enjoyed by the typical private employer.This wrongly held belief could be costly on two fronts. Aside from poor morale, it could lead to legal fees being expended for failure to comply with specific laws (especially discrimination lawsuits).
Several of the topics Business Families need to be aware of will be covered in this seminar. There have been some confusing Media and Press reports regarding children of business owners working in the business and what their compensation may or may not be. How should the Family Business manage a Family Member who is not performing as expected? Three individuals have been “appointed” to the Labor Board; what implications will that have for Business Families?
Social Media is exploding; what should a Family’s Social Media Policy consist of?
Does every Family Business need a handbook and what should or should not be in that Handbook?
Don’t miss this critical and timely topic.
Registration to join The Network of Family Businesses and be eligible for the On-Line Educational Seminar is available at: https://www.netfamilybusiness.com