Zwilling to Present Webinar on Top Employment Issues to Watch in 2024

Awareness of recent developments in the law and current employment trends can help employers more effectively run their business and avoid lawsuits.  During this webinar, we will discuss multiple topics that employers need to be aware of including the rise in employment related lawsuits, mental health issues, the end of remote work, labor force shortages, growing restrictions on non-compete agreements and the rise in use of artificial intelligence in the workplace.

This webinar is approved for one hour of continuing education credit by the Department of Insurance in the following states:  AL and KY Approval is pending and expected from the Department of Insurance in the following states: AR, CA, CT, DE, FL, GA, IN, LA, MS, NV, NH, NM, NC, OK, TX, RI, VT, WV, and WY.

This webinar is also approved for one hour of professional development credit by HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) and SHRM (Society for Human Resource Managers) for Human Resource Professionals.

Date:  March 19, 2024

Time:  1:00 central

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