Barran Liebman Breakfast Seminar: 6 in 60: Advanced HR Strategies & Best Practices for 2019

6 in 60: Advanced HR Strategies 

& Best Practices for 2019

-Presented By Chris Morgan-

In this presentation, Chris Morgan will cover 6 advanced, need to know strategies and best practices for human resource professionals heading into summer 2019.  In addition to covering hot-topic HR and compliance issues, Chris will demonstrate how companies can leverage their human capital to maximize the efficiency of workplace operations and get the most out of their employees.

On May 14th, join Chris Morgan for a crash course on the following topics:

  • Advanced Techniques for Managing an Exiting Employee &  Mitigating Risk
  • Advanced Onboarding Practices: Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Background Checks &
    I-9 Compliance
  • Effective Performance Reviews: Finding the Right Balance Between Affirmation & Constructive Feedback
  • Meal & Lunch Break Compliance: Avoiding Micromanagement While Properly Managing Legally Required Break Periods
  • Best Practices for Drafting & Enforcing Drug Testing Policies
  • Motivating & Leveraging Human Capital to Get the Most out of Employees

Designed for HR professionals, business owners, and in-house counsel,

this seminar is eligible for one OSB CLE credit or one self-reported HRCI credit.

Breakfast and materials will be provided. 

Date & Time
May 14, 2019 | Check-In opens at 7:15 am | Program from 7:45 – 8:45 am

Location
Multnomah Athletic Club | 1849 SW Salmon St. | Portland, OR 97205

Cost
$35 per person. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, or check accepted.

To RSVP, please email Jessica at jtimm@barran.com with your name and the name/email addresses of any guests. We will then email you a link for payment and completion of registration.

If paying by check, please make checks payable to Barran Liebman and mail them to:
601 SW 2nd Avenue, Suite 2300 | Portland, OR 97204

       About the Speaker

Chris Morgan specializes in the defense of complex and high-profile employment matters. Chris is known for his aggressive defense of a wide range of employment-related claims—including those alleging wrongful termination, sexual harassment, age and race discrimination, and wage and hour violations. He represents employers of all sizes and industries in state and federal courts, as well as in front of regulatory agencies such as BOLI and the EEOC.  Clients agree that Chris is experienced, aptly responsive, and genuinely invested in their success.

In addition to his litigation experience, Chris is a frequent speaker, author, and adviser in a variety of media, including the Daily Journal of Commerce and Cascade Business News.  He is passionate about helping businesses succeed, and provides interactive trainings on topics related to management, employment law, legal policy, and compliance.