Date(s) - 11/13/2020
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
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How Employee Engagement
and Sound Legal Advice Can Keep Everyone Smiling
Happy Employees Don’t Sue is a half-day virtual conference that is framed around the concept that employees are less likely to bring litigation against a current or former employer when they are engaged, feel valued and part of a team. Tom will share the employe engagement strategies that are proven to keep employees in good spirits and result in increased productivity, profitability, retention, and innovation. David will demonstrate wh disgruntled employees are more likely to sue, identify what went wrong, and provide best practices for how to avoid litigation. He will explore the commonly made mistakes that lead to expensive legal action.
This is a VIRTUAL EVENT
COST: $49 EARLYBIRD pricing in effect until 11/9/2020. $75 thru the day of the event
Two of your favorite presenters
Two of your favorite topics
Fast Paced, highly interactive, and educational
Engaging, challenging, and fun
4 SHRM and HRCI Business Credits
David will also provide a timely, Covid-19 employment law legal update that you won’t want to miss!
Tom Topping SHRM-CP, is a former college basketball coach and HR manager turned professional speaker and employee engagement expert with a master’s degree in Human Resources Management. He has led large-scale pilot programs in performance management, re-envisioned an entire human resources department, and managed the implementation of a $5 million educational grant. His company, Training Perfected, is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals maximize the performance and happiness of their employees. He is a keynote speaker, trainer, human resources consultant, and business coach.
David Miklas owns a Labor & Employment law firm and for 20 years he has practiced all types of labor and employment law exclusively representing Florida employers. He has written hundreds of employment law articles, is a frequent employment law presenter and is a nationally recognized speaker and an invited guest lecturer addressing employment law and human resource issues with over thirty universities, including Harvard. He graduated from the University of Florida College of Law.