Conducting Effective Employment Investigations and Combating Workers’ Compensation Fraud Seminars
California employers are regularly charged with performing internal investigations regarding discrimination, retaliation, harassment & workers compensation fraud. Michael Sullivan & Associates will be hosting a series of seminars throughout California to discuss these issues and other cross-over dilemmas faced by risk managers and human resource professionals. In these interactive seminars we will discuss the full scope of the investigation process and leave you with some useful tips to protect your organization from exposure and fraudulent workers compensation claims.
This is one seminar that you won’t want to miss!
Our FREE half-day seminar will be coming to the following areas:
- San Jose - June 12, 2019 → REGISTER HERE
- Sacramento - TBA
- Fresno - TBA
- Los Angeles - May 21, 2019 → REGISTER HERE
- Ontario - TBA
- Orange County - TBA
2019 Employment Law Updates
This article, available on the Michael Sullivan & Asociates blog, covers the latest updates to significant 2018 employment law statutes and cases. Subjects covered include: leaves of absence, hiring practices, harassment protections, wage and hour, and liability issues. The article also offers an analysis of significant employment cases from 2018, such as Dynamex Operations v. Superior Court and Troester v. Starbucks Corp.
2019 DMEC FMLA/ADA Employer Compliance Conference
May 6-9, Hilton Portland Downtown.
A MUST-ATTEND EVENT FOR COMPLIANCE PROFESSIONALS
Implementing and managing Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities (ADA) programs can be frustratingly complex. Adding ever-changing state and local leave laws to the mix creates a level of difficulty that is challenging to even the most seasoned professional. And compliance, as we see from court cases each year, has far-ranging consequences for your organization, whether it is large or small.
The 2019 DMEC Compliance Conference is the place to find answers and solutions that help you minimize risk in your organization and ensure you’re on the path towards ongoing compliance. You’ll gain perspectives from DOL and EEOC regulators, gather expert feedback from top employment lawyers in the industry, and discover how your fellow employers are dealing with FMLA/ADA complexity head-on in their programs.
Tuesday, May 7 from 3:00-4:00 pm
Eric DeWames, JD, Of Counsel, Michael Sullivan and Associates
Megan Sullivan, JD, Senior Partner, Michael Sullivan and Associates
Effectively Handling an Increasingly Clever ‘Bad’ Employee While Staying Compliant
In this session, we’ll take a look at anecdotal, yet relevant, case examples of issues facing the workforce today, with a focus on managing employees who use the FMLA, the ADA, and workers’ compensation (WC) to pre-empt a good faith termination or disciplinary action. We will examine the use of WC by employees to create employer liability, protect against termination, and establish facts for an otherwise speculative disability claim. We will examine complicated issues that arise when there is legitimate cross-over between WC/FMLA/ADA and RTW issues and accommodations. Lastly, we will explore creative ways of leveraging litigation in WC cases to help secure outcomes in civil employment suits.