Annual Employment Law Wrap-Up: What Happened in 2016 and What it Means for 2017 - Portsmouth
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Pierce Atwood LLP
One New Hampshire Avenue #350 Portsmouth, NH 03801
2016 was another busy year for employment lawyers and human resources professionals! Of course, the new overtime regulations have dominated the headlines this year, and with good reason. Before the presentation, the significant change to the salary threshold for exempt employees was scheduled to go into effect, and many employers were scrambling to determine how best to implement the new regulations. And that’s not all. We saw important developments at the federal and state levels in all areas of employment law. In November, Suzanne King and Christine Worthen (formerly of Pierce Atwood) hosted a lively discussion of the most significant developments in 2016 and the impact of these developments on employers in 2017.
Changes to the overtime regulations
The new Defend Trade Secrets Act
News from the EEOC
Revisions to EE0-1 regarding summary pay data
Updated Strategic Enforcement Plan
Joint employment issues
Significant federal and state court decisions
State law update
Recreational and medical marijuana
Massachusetts pay equity
We were pleased to also offer this program in Boston and Portland.