May 16, 2018
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
3300 Golf Rd.
Brookfield, IL 60513
Boot Camp... Making Proper Employment Decisions and Handling Post Termination Issues
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Registration is open!
The federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies, continue to make changes that impact how employers should handle employment issues and post-termination issues. In this interactive session, employers will obtain updated information about some of those key changes and what it means for public employers faced with employment-related complaints and possible litigation. This session will also examine what employers should do if they are served with an administrative charge or litigation complaint.
You Will Learn:
- How to address accommodation requests related to disability, pregnancy, and religious beliefs
- How to address harassment and bullying complaints, particularly in light of the current #MeToo movement
- How to address issues regarding transgender employees
- What to do if an employee files an administrative charge or litigation complaint against their employer
- How to effectively document performance problems and discipline
Meet the Speaker:
S. Leigh Jeter, the principal and founding partner of Jeter Law Firm, represents public and private sector employers in labor and employment matters. Ms. Jeter's litigation experience includes representing clients in state and federal courts across the nation involving a broad range of labor and employment laws, including Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FMLA, and the NLRA, as well as a variety of other federal and state laws. Ms. Jeter has extensive experience investigating and handling matters filed with the EEOC, the IDHR, and related agencies.
Over the course of her career, she has conducted numerous investigations into allegations of workplace misconduct, including those alleging discrimination, harassment, bullying, retaliation, failure to accommodate, performance or misconduct issues; wage and hour violations, embezzlement, fraud, assault and battery, collective bargaining agreement violations, and ethics and compliance violations. As part of her proactive approach to helping clients, Ms. Jeter regularly conducts training for employers and their employees on a wide range of employment matters.
This training is intended for management personnel who are not represented by a labor union.
To register and pay via check HERE. Payments due by May 16th.
- Online registration ended May 11, 2018
$65 Members & Organizational Associates Of Members (OAM)*
- $85 Non-Members
*Organizational Associates of Members are other employees of the same employer as a current IPELRA member.
Member registrants will be entered into a drawing for a free 2018 Annual Conference Registration on 9/18/18 (winner need not be present at drawing).
Registration confirmation and any other communications to program registrants will be sent via email. If you do not receive a confirmation by May 11, 2018, please contact IPELRA Secretariat, Debi Stensland. Please insure your internal network security will allow email communications from email@example.com to avoid your confirmation being lost in a spam filter.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing and received by May 11, 2018 to qualify for a refund. An administrative fee based on current per person costs may be deducted. Cancellations received after May 11, 2018 are non-refundable. No-shows are non-refundable.