Events & Webinars

Human Resource Fundamentals

June 17, 2004

The firm's Labor & Employment Law Group participated in a two-day seminar entitled Human Resource Fundamentals. The seminar explored fundamental issues faced by human resource professionals, including compensation and benefits, immigration, employee performance and evaluation, attendance and leave issues, discipline and termination, workplace safety, alternative dispute resolution, record retention and current trends and developments.

Firm Highlights

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Supreme Court Reaffirms and Clarifies Ministerial Exception to Employment Discrimination Laws Under First Amendment’s Religion Clause

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U.S. Supreme Court Settles Issue of Title VII Protections for LGBTQ+ Employees

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The Tale of OCS and the Coronavirus

How has Opportunity Community Services survived during this pandemic and Phase 1? Rose Kukwa of Opportunity Community Services and Dennis Van Norman with Van Norman & Associates share their experience.  Rose and her team...

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The Importance of Strategic Transitions

Transitions versus change, what’s the destination and why is this important for a business?  Kevin talks with Gwen Gierke from Gierke Jungbauer on how they help to manage transitions. Transition happens in three stages: the ending, the neutral zone, and...

Experience

COVID-19 Response Team - Resources and Updates

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Thompson Coe Welcomes Partners Kenya Bodden and Patrick Kelly

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ICHRAs

Individual Coverage HRA. What is it? What are the benefits and drawbacks? What companies are a good fit for ICHRAs versus group health plans? Kevin talks with Matt Hollister, President and CEO of Business...

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The COVID-19 Vaccine Part 1

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The 2020 HR Recap

We’ve made it to the recap episode! The good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between. Join Kevin and Elaine (Lainey) Luthens as they discuss it all including FFCRA legislation, OSHA, what they...

Experience

Thompson Coe Saves Client $100Ks in Damages After 3-Day Trial