Whether you’re hiring, firing, disciplining, promoting, considering requests for leave or dealing with any of dozens of other employee issues, when you make decisions and carry out personnel duties, it can be a legal minefield, and you need to be aware that expensive legal consequences are possible at every step. This session will address new developments in employment and labor regulations, along with practical applications for your small business. Covering the fundamentals of FLSA, IRCA, USERRA UGESP, OSHA, TITLE VII, ADA, FCRA, ADEA, COBRA, FMLA, EEO-1 and more.
Workshop objectives include:
- Awareness of the various employment regulations and understand how to apply them for your business.
- Determining the laws with which you must comply based on # of employees.
- Identify what errors or omissions you might be making with employee on-boarding procedures.
- Understand Title VII discrimination and learn procedures and tools to mitigate the risk of litigation.
Sponsored by the City of Deerfield Beach.
Presenter: LISA I. PEREZ, SPHR, SHRM, SCP
Human Resources Consultant Lisa Perez brings over 25 years of Human Resources experience as President of HBL Resources, Inc. and holds two nationally recognized HR Certifications. She is a consultant/trainer to organizations such as Virgin Hotels, Banesco USA, The Clevelander Hotel and Best Buddies International among others. Lisa speaks regularly at local HR Associations, State‐wide HR Conferences, and facilitates S.C.O.R.E. Workshops in Broward County. She is a Certified BridgeBuilder Trainer facilitating Generational Diversity in the Workplace, and a DISC Certified Human Behavior Specialist. She is actively involved in her local chamber of commerce and has volunteered for Broward County's KIDS AND THE POWER OF WORK (KAPOW) Program since 2011. During her career, prior to re‐launching her firm 7 years ago, she was the VP of HR for a local hotel management company, a Corporate Director of Recruitment and Succession Planning, and was the Director of HR at the famed Fontainebleau in Miami when she received the 2003 Florida Hotel Motel Association Outstanding Manager of the Year.