ABA Telephone Briefing*
With the presidential election over, the banking industry must now confront the new employment obligations and interpretations that will take hold in 2013.
The OFCCP will release final regulations significantly increasing veteran affirmative action duties. We may also see release of final regulations which will add requirements for banks to attract disabled employees. The NLRB remains focused on issues impacting banks, including employee use of social media and employee discussion of compensation matters. We are also witnessing unprecedented state legal and regulatory activity.
This recording of the live, ninety-minute program held on February 13, 2013 updates human resources professionals concerning how to make sure your bank is in compliance with the most recent directions from Washington.
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The Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB) is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of performance and ethics within the financial services industry.
- New affirmative action obligations to veterans
- New affirmative action obligations to disabled individuals
- New NLRB enforcement activity and interpretations
- Managing state employment law compliance
- Current litigation trends – retaliation claim risks.
- Cristeena Naser, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Center for Securities, Trust and Investment, American Bankers Association
- Steve Greene, Managing Member, Helms & Greene, LLC
- Marian Exall, Co-founder, Employment Law Compliance
Who Should Attend?
- Human Resources Professionals
- Compliance Officers and Managers
- Bank Counsel
- Risk Managers and Auditors
- Senior Bank Managers
**Each site license (registration fee) entitles you to one connection (when there is a simultaneous webcast presentation) where an unlimited number of listeners can participate.
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