Employment partner Meg LePage was invited by the Kennebec Valley Human Resources Association (KVHRA) to present their Annual Employment Law Update to its members. The program provided attendees with HRCI recertification credits.
Meg provided the KVHRA updates on recent developments in the areas most likely to cause HR professionals problems including FMLA, ADA and FLSA; EEOC Compliance; Workplace Investigations and staying current on the newest legal hot spots, such as Maine’s new definition of Independent Contractors and The Maine Law Court speaks: No supervisor liability for discrimination and harassment.
Clients look to Meg for help on a wide range of workplace disputes and seek her counsel when looking to minimize legal risks in connection with hiring, discipline and discharge, discrimination and harassment complaints, family medical leave requests, wage payment disputes and a wide variety of other employment issues. She also presents for groups regularly on a variety of employment issues and provides workplace training programs for employers on a variety of issues, including unlawful harassment and discrimination, workplace diversity, performance management, accommodating disabilities, attendance and leave management and individual and group terminations.