#HRSocialHour #TwitterChat June 27

We’ve seen a lot of changes to employment law over the past year — some temporary changes to help companies manage the pandemic and some permanent changes. The change from a Republican to Democratic presidential administration means changes to who is sitting on the NLRB, changes to presidential executive orders, and many other “behind the scenes” work that we may not know about until policies start getting voted on. It’s important for us to stay informed on changes at the federal, state and local levels that may affect our employees, our companies and even our own careers.

This is why we are so excited that Louis Lessig is going to join us for the chat on June 27, 6 pm CT. We’ll chat about what we are paying attention to and how it has or may affect us. And of course, this is, in my opinion, the best way to learn about federal policy changes! The HR Community has been the best teacher for me and has helped me get more involved at the local and state levels — unsurprisingly, not everyone cares about policy changes in South Dakota!

So mark your calendar & join us on Sunday!

Q1.  What’s in your glass?

Q2.  How do you keep up to date with changes in employment law?

Q3.  Which recent law change has been most challenging for your organization and why?

Q4.  Are you currently completing drug tests of all or some of your employees? Are you testing for marijuana?

Q5.  How is your organization preparing for the potential passing of the PRO (Protecting the Right to Organize) Act?  Do you think it will affect your employee relations strategy?

Q6.  Which recent law or policy change has had the biggest effect on your ability to support staff with disabilities?

Q7.  Which recent law or policy change (or potential change) has had the biggest effect on recruitment?

QTG.  What’s one question you’d like to ask an employment attorney right now?

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