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      Employment Law Update in Bloomington

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      June 28, 2012


      1201 West 94th Street
      Bloomington, Minnesota 55431

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      Employment Law Update


      Get the training you need to avoid compliance confusion and expensive litigation.

      Prevent the financially crippling employee claims and lawsuits that plague employers in hard financial times. Register for this seminar and get the money-saving employment savvy your company has been looking for.

      Let local experts teach you how to create compliant practices and bulletproof policies. With a slew of responsibilities already on your plate, how can you keep up with all the new developments? Easy - enroll today and discover the latest techniques to keep your company out of trouble.

      Benefits for You

      • Prevent claims from the beginning - learn the right way to hire
      • Stop pay claims before they start - keep your wage and hour policies in line with the law
      • Protect yourself and your company with up-to-date discrimination and harassment policies
      • Find out what most managers don't understand about at-will employment and its exceptions

      Who Should Attend?

      This seminar is designed for human resource managers, operations managers, presidents, vice presidents, supervisors, managers, controllers, accountants and attorneys.

      Continuing Education Units
      • CPP/FPC
      • HR Certification Institute 6.5
      • HRPD 1.0
      • CPE 8.0 including Personnel/HR 8
      • MN CLE 6.5

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