WNC Human Resource Association hosts annual Legal Update Program

Press release from the WNC Human Resource Association: 

WHAT: WNC Human Resource Association (WNC HRA) annual Legal Update Program to bring the business community up-to-date on employment law changes.

WHO: The Western North Carolina Human Resource Association & Constangy, Brooks, Smith, & Prophete, LLP.

WHERE: Lioncrest at Biltmore, Asheville.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 9th. Check-in begins at 8:00 am and the program goes to 4:00 pm. Breakfast and lunch are included.

INFO: The WNC HRA hosts an annual Legal Update Program in conjunction with law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith, & Prophete, LLP, to help business owners, managers, HR specialists, and other professionals stay up-to-date on changes to employment law. For example, there are many 2018 changes that specifically effect small business and hourly employees. Compliance and other pertinent issues are also covered.

WNC Human Resource Association is an affiliated Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Established in 1955, the WNC HRA joins professionals together to share ideas and best practices within the region to promote a productive, healthy and happy workforce. The WNC HRA holds monthly continuing education programs for members and guests with speakers addressing timely and pertinent topics, including employee recruitment, conflict resolution and performance management.

The Legal Update Program is $75 for members and $150 for non-members with $100 credit for annual membership. To register visit www.wnchra.org.

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