The Drummond Woodsum Employment and Labor Group invites you to its quarterly complimentary Human Resources get-together. Employers face a myriad of challenges when attracting and hiring new employees. Everything from initial communications and offer letters, setting job expectations, and new-hire administration implicates legal compliance. This program will focus on helping employers put themselves on sound legal footing for a positive start to the employment relationship.
Drummond Woodsum attorneys will be presenting on this topic at 6 locations throughout New Hampshire. Can a municipal employee or official say anything they would like on Facebook or Twitter about town government, city officials, other citizens, and issues of the day? Can a city remove derogatory comments from its own Facebook page? Towns and cities are using social media more often to communicate with citizens, both to provide up-to-the-minute information and to allow citizens to ask questions and give feedback. Just as often, municipal employees and officials have their own social media accounts which they might use to post their own thoughts about municipal government, other citizens, and issues of the day. Social media creates a variety of issues regarding 1st Amendment free speech rights of the public, employees, and officials; protected union activity by employees; legally protected speech of New Hampshire’s public employees; electioneering...
NNAHRA and Drummond Woodsum have joined forces to provide Tribal Human Resources Professional (THRP) training to HR Professionals in Indian Country. This 3-1/2 day course provides HR Professionals with the practical knowledge and skills they need to handle the unique employment challenges facing tribal governments and their enterprises.
Many of you have heard our 504 overview. But this conference is much more, and meant as a hands-on deep dive into how to manage your 504 system. Erin, Eric and Allen will provide an overview of the controlling legal principles, but the vast majority of the session will be interactive and hands on, and focus on key 504 issues facing districts across the State. Attendees will work through difficult eligibility, programming, discipline, and other examples; and learning groups will have to consider and address the relationship between 504 and special education within their school systems. How does 504 fit within your school? And what changes might you pursue? Together, we will tackle these and other common, yet complicated issues.