Best Practices for Avoiding the Top 10 Labor & Employment Pitfalls Facing Public Employers
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
As public entities, municipalities and authorities are vulnerable to a whole host of labor and employment issues on a daily basis. This webinar focuses on the most common—top 10—labor and employment issues facing municipalities and authorities and provides the audience with practical and effective advice which can be implemented now in order to avoid significant liability down the road. Everything from the basics to the most complicated issues will be addressed—for example:
Employee due process rights
Protected employee conduct
Conflict between elected/appointed officials
Cory A. Iannacone, Principal, Pillar Aught
Lindsey E. Snavely, Principal, Pillar Aught
Cory A. Iannacone is a founding member and principal of the Harrisburg based law firm, Pillar Aught where he represents both public and private sector employers with regard to a full range of labor and employment issues they face on a daily basis. Cory's experience includes day-to-day employment advice, collective bargaining negotiations, arbitrations (grievance and interest arbitration under Act 111 and Act 195), defense of unfair labor practice charges, mediations, and contesting discrimination and retaliation claims brought before the PHRC, EEOC, state court and federal court.
Lindsey E. Snavely is a founding member and principal of the Harrisburg based law firm, Pillar Aught where she provides counsel to both public and private sector employers on various workplace issues, including disciplinary matters, leaves of absences, and wage and hour questions. In addition, she represents employers in state and federal courts, as well as before the PHRC and EEOC, and also routinely speaks at seminars and other workshops about labor and employment issues such as the Affordable Care Act, navigating employees’ leaves from the workplace, and compensation and benefits.