Practice Areas: Education, Program Development, Meeting Planning
Career Level: Entry, mid - senior-level professionals
CAE Domain and Credit Hours: 3 - Administration; 1 hour
Other: This is an online webinar.
Weapons, Medical Marijuana and the Workplace
In July, Illinois became the last state to pass a concealed carry law. The law has broad ramifications for employers.
Think about the following situations:
In addition, the new medical marijuana law has significant implications for employers. We will cover the basics of the new law and explore how it affects your organization’s substance abuse policy and human resource practices including hiring, discipline and the firing of employees for marijuana use.
After attending this session, you’ll be able to:
About the presenter:
Kelly is director of employment law services/general counsel for the Management Association. In her role, Kelly provides representation to employers before the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the Illinois Human Rights Commission, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Illinois Department of Labor and other state and federal agencies. She also assists employers with hiring, discipline and termination procedures; preparation of release and severance agreements, employment contracts, executive agreements and vendor agreements; and the drafting and reviewing of employment policies and employee handbooks. In addition, Kelly provides employment law compliance training for managers, supervisors, and HR professionals covering many topics including harassment, discipline and discharge, the FMLA, ADA, drug and alcohol testing, and union free/union contract administration issues.
Kelly is a member of the American Bar Association and its Section on Labor and Employment Law. For more than nine years, Kelly has served as a fire commissioner for the Village of Frankfort Fire Protection District.
Connect with Kelly before the program via LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/kelly-hayden/87/5a6/65a or email firstname.lastname@example.org.