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Employment Law update is June 6, in Alexandria [UPDATED]

Published 9:10am Monday, May 6, 2013 Updated 11:12am Monday, May 6, 2013

The 10th annual West Central Minnesota Employment Law Update will be presented at the Alexandria Technical and Community College in Alexandria from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 6.

The field of employment law continues to change and evolve at a fast pace and these changes will be the focus of the event.

Sessions will include:

• Hot off the press news to use – the Latest in Employment Law

• The elephant in the room; The employer mandate and its effects on the employment relationship – health care reform

• Don’t get tripped up by Federal Labor Law – Examination of recent NLRB decisions

• Legal implications of bullying and workplace violence – Exploration of types of bullying and the impact on workplace

The seminar will also include a panel discussion with legal experts to answer your questions about the featured sessions and other timely topics on employment law.

Seating is required and limited. A registration form and additional information on the event can be found at

Registrations are due by Wednesday, May 29.

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