Thompson Hine Presents: End-of-Year Wrap Up and Look Ahead for 2020 – Webinar

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Date(s) - December 05, 2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Thompson Hine Presents: End-of-Year Wrap-Up and Look Ahead for 2020 – Webinar

Employment Compliance in Government Contracting
A complimentary webinar series for HR professionals, corporate legal counsel, and procurement, contracting and compliance personnel

We are pleased to present a series of five hour-long webinars examining the unique employment-related compliance requirements faced by federal government contractors and subcontractors, including affirmative action, prevailing wages and benefits, paid sick leave, and recordkeeping and reporting. We will also discuss the current efforts of the U.S. Department of Labor to monitor and enforce all aspects of a government contractor’s employment compliance obligations. Join us for all five sessions or just those of greatest interest to you.

All webinars will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. EDT. Click the link(s) below for more information or to register; you must register for each session individually.


Part 5: End-of-Year Wrap-Up and Look Ahead for 2020

In the final installment for 2019, the program will summarize the developments and key enforcement activities from the Department of Labor over the past year, as well provide best practices for closing the door on 2019 and preparing for your new compliance obligations in 2020. This discussion will include guidance on appropriate applicant tracking practices, reviewing personnel processes and recruiting efforts, and evaluating the effectiveness of your affirmative action efforts and setting goals for the new year.

Employment Compliance in Government Contracting:
A Five-Part Series

In five 60-minute webinars, Thompson Hine will offer an overview of, and guidance on, the unique employment-related requirements faced by federal government contractors and subcontractors. Led by Matthew R. Kissling, this series will cover all aspects of an organization’s employment compliance obligations when doing business with the federal government, including affirmative action, prevailing wages and benefits, paid sick leave, and recordkeeping and reporting. Our lawyers will provide practical guidance on how contractors and subcontractors can stay compliant and avoid significant penalties from the federal government.

This series is designed for anyone who is seeking or currently fulfilling a supply or service contract with the federal government, or is engaged as a subcontractor to perform work in support of a government contract. Attendees who will benefit from this series include human resources professionals, in-house legal counsel, procurement or contracting officials, compliance officers, and operations and management personnel.


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