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    Employment Law Update

    Date: February 8, 2012, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    Human Resource Association of Southeast Michigan
    The Steele Carriage House
    123 Main St.

    The Carriage House sits behind the 123 Main Street Address and the front of the building faces Toledo Street. It is a brick, 2 Story building. Parking is off of Toledo Street, in the Croswell Opera House parking lot
    HRASM Members: Free, Non-Members: $30
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    HRASM Chapter Meeting
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    The Human Resource Association of Southeast Michigan (HRASM) invites you to join us for a discussion with Thomas Dixon, attorney with Eastman & Smith LTD, concerning legal issues currently affecting your business.

    Thomas practices in the area of management labor and employment law. His practice covers counseling and advice on a wide range of employment subjects, including policy development, training, discrimination, union prevention, negotiation and administration of labor contracts, harassment, labor law guidance, as well as a variety of other areas.

    The legislature, agencies and courts continue to challenge the ability of organizations to effectively and productively manage workforces without incurring liability and litigation fees. Our upcoming seminar will provide attendees with an update on recent developments. Our focus is providing guidance on "best practices" and offering strategies to avoid litigation.

    Some topics to be discussed include:

    NLRB – Recent change to the Board, the potential impact to your organization

    FMLA, ADA & Pregnancy Discrimination – Practical steps for leave and accommodations

    EEOC – Insight on the recruitment and hiring process related to protected classifications

    Lunch will be served. The reservation deadline is February 1st. Please RSVP to, or call Kristy at 517-438-5368.

    The Human Resource Association of Southeast Michigan (HRASM) is a professional association providing educational and networking opportunities to human resource professionals in southeastern Michigan. To learn more about HRASM and the benefits of membership, please visit or contact our chapter President, Angie Atkin at