7th Annual Southeast Financial Human Resource Conference

7th Annual Southeast Financial Human Resource Conference – “Creating Some Certainty in the Midst of Workplace Uncertainty” November 2-3, 2017 Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW/Wildwood To Register: Contact either: Donna Coutant: donna@cbaofga.com | 770-541-0381, OR Ashley Cloud: acloud@jurisi.com | 404-991-7300 The CBA is pleased to host the 7th Annual Southeast Financial Human Resource (HR) Conference being held

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New workplace place – White Collar Exemptions

FLSA – WHITE COLLAR EXEMPTIONS The Fair Labor Standards Acts (“FLSA”) guarantees most employees a minimum wage and time and a half for all hours worked over 40 hours in a work week.  The FLSA exempts certain employees from the minimum wage and overtime coverage.  Major changes occurred in 2004 when the Department of Labor

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New Workplace Police – Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Are Back

Overview Confluence of Conditions American employers face a familiar but forgotten challenge. In the 1990s and early 2000s, employers feared litigation championed by Plaintiffs’ lawyers. Congress had enacted new workplace laws and employees looked to Plaintiffs’ lawyers to enforce them. During the Obama years, the risks posed by Plaintiffs’ lawyers faded as employees tended to

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WORKSHOP: Technology and People Must Work in a Bank – How & Why?

“Technology and People Must Work in a Bank – How & Why?” Date: Thursday, July 20th from 10am – 3pm EST Location: Idle Hour in Macon, Georgia Register: Contact either: Donna Coutant: donna@cbaofga.com | 770-541-0381, OR Ashley Cloud: acloud@jurisi.com | 404-991-7300 In 2008, community banks began a decade-long battle for survival. Overcoming subprime lending, overregulation, branding,

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WORKSHOP: Financial Workplace Law Update – The Legal Foundation for Division and Reconciliation

“The Legal Foundation for Division and Reconciliation” Date: Thursday, March 23rd from 10am – 3pm EST Location: Brickyard Country Club in Macon, Georgia Register: Contact Elizabeth Fish by email or phone at 404-991-7300  In 2017, worker division threatens the success of a financial organization. From worker discontent to a newfound taste for lawsuits, every financial organization

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Noon-Time Forum webinar

WEBINAR: “Coming & Going – Recruiting & Onboarding (Phase I) – For Financial HR”

“Coming & Going – Recruiting & Onboarding (Phase I) – for Financial HR” Date: Tuesday, February 14th from Noon – 1pm EST Price: $75 Register: Call Elizabeth Fish at 404-991-7300 or email SIO In 2017, community banks must locate, hire, and position new financial workers –  Some will be veterans; Some will be inexperienced; Some

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President-elect Trump’s Impact on the Financial Workplace

I. The Election and the Trump Impact – Change             How will the election of Donald Trump impact the financial workplace?  In addition to the uncertainty about the overtime salary threshold, gender identity discrimination, the expanded meaning of protected concerted activity, the immigration “wall,” and countless other HR rules and regulations, should a financial HR

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Overtime Regulations Stayed – More (a lot more) to Come

Overtime Regulations Stayed – More (a lot more) To Come November 30, 2016 Decision On Tuesday, November 22, 2016, Judge Amos Mazzant, an Obama appointee to the federal court for the Eastern District of Texas, issued a nation-wide preliminary injunction barring the implementation of the DOL’s well-publicized, proposed overtime regulations. State of Nevada, et al.,

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