Your HR Documents on Trial:
Compliance Workshop

HR Documents on Trial

More than ever, each of your employment documents could trigger major liability. Your employees (and HR) may be working remotely and dealing with massive changes, but your compliance responsibilities have stayed the same … and, in some cases, increased.

From FMLA certification to job descriptions to layoff notices, one mistake can lead to a messy, expensive battle in court or with a government agency. Plus, new HR recordkeeping requirements from the Families First Coronavirus Response Act just added a new layer of complexity.

Don't leave all these new compliance responsibilities to chance.

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Discover the legally airtight steps for your HR document and recordkeeping obligations to comply with all federal and state employment laws (even the brand-new laws this spring) and to keep your HR operations running smoothly.

You will learn:

  • Which documents are most frequently used as trial exhibits
  • Special compliance obligations with remote employees
  • What the new FFCRA requires in terms of records and documentation
  • What your application forms should ALWAYS and NEVER ask
  • The specific phrases to include in offer letters to protect your company
  • What each job description must include, and how to revise them now
  • Changes needed to your arbitration agreement based on recent case law
  • How to document performance to stay out of court (3 simple steps)
  • Wording to include in every performance improvement plan
  • Special steps to take with your electronic documents
  • Legally safe retention and destruction schedules for documents
  • Answers to YOUR questions on this complex topic

At some point, your personnel documents will likely become trial evidence – favorable or unfavorable. How confident are you in your compliance?

This fast-paced workshop from a pair of expert (and entertaining) attorneys will examine the best practices, newest trends and common errors that come into play when dealing with your HR documents.

Take 75 minutes to get in compliance with new and existing document-compliance rules … and avoid major trouble down the road. Get your copy of Your HR Documents on Trial now!



Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
HR Specialist

P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Your HR Documents on Trial fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid – no hassles, no questions asked.

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About Your Speakers:


Richard Brann is former chair of the labor and employment law practice at Baker Botts LLP in Houston, where he specialized in representing management in all aspects of labor and employment law. Mr. Brann is the past chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Houston Bar Association and is a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.



Amanda Jones is a partner with Cades Schutte in Honolulu, where she represents employers in state and federal courts, in arbitrations and in administrative proceedings before the EEOC and the Department of Labor. She has successfully defended employers against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation and whistleblowing. Prior to her legal career, Amanda was a news reporter and anchor for an ABC affiliate in Mississippi.

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