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2019 Pittsburgh SuperVision
Tuesday May 07, 2019 1:00 PM TO
Tuesday May 07, 2019 5:00 PM
PNC Park Press Room
115 Federal St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
April Bias
Marketing Specialist

Spilman's 2019 SuperVision™  will address the following cutting-edge labor and employment topics: conducting workplace investigations in the wake of backlash against the #MeToo movement; the ongoing challenge of employee accommodations; how to find and implement employee training that actually works; and best practices for emergency preparedness.
Join us for cocktails following the presentations to speak directly with attorneys on additional hot labor & employment topics.
SuperVision™ is offered at no charge to our friends and clients who would benefit from education on labor and employment issues, including company CEOs, presidents, human resource directors, general operations managers and in-house counsel. West Virginia CLE, HRCI and SHRM credits have been approved for this course. Pennsylvania CLE credits are pending approval.



12:30     Registration

1:00       Welcome and Introduction

1:10       Emergency Preparedness: From Industrial Accidents to Viral Sensations, How to be Ready for Any Emergency - Hon. Tom Corbett, Mark E. Heath, Stephen D. Yslas

2:00       Accommodations 2.0: Unseen Disabilities, Marijuana and the Impact of Technology on the Reasonable Accommodation Process - Sarah E. Kowalkowski, Peter R. Rich

2:50       Break

3:00       #MeTooFar: Conducting Workplace Investigations Despite the Backlash Over #MeToo - Carrie H. Grundmann, Jeffrey D. Patton

3:50        ROI on Training Dollars: What Works and What Doesn't in Employee Training - Kevin L. Carr, Chelsea E. Thompson

4:40        Cocktail Conversations

Labor & Employment Law Kevin L. Carr
304.340.3877 Carrie H. Grundmann
336.631.1051 Eric W. Iskra
304.340.3875 Sarah E. Kowalkowski
304.720.4096 Peter R. Rich
412.325.3319 David L. Robertson
412.325.3305 Jeffrey D. Patton
336.725.4491 Chelsea E. Thompson