Were you expecting this headline to come out this week? I know I wasn’t.
If you saw our Breaking News Alert in your email on Monday afternoon, then you know that the National Labor Relations Board withdrew its December decision overturning the Obama-era joint employment standard — a stunning reversal set in motion by questions of ethical misconduct surrounding one of the board’s newest members.
Of course, most experts (and pundits) are already saying it will get reversed again by the Board in a later case, but when is a legit question given the current 2-2 split amongst Board members.
So, why am I bringing this up, you ask? Because the CUE Conference is coming up in April, and CUE is one of the few places an HR professional can go to get up to the moment information on these kind of changes in labor law and employee relations. Let us help you solve all the mystery about labor and employment law by registering for our conference in Tampa April 15-17th.
We’ve got tons of great legal content and employer best practices featured on our agenda for the conference in Tampa.
Hear updates on from some of the leading labor and employment attorneys from around the globe including Tanja Thompson, Doug Seaton, Larry Oppenheimer, Gerlind Wisskirchen, Rob Buikema, Tom Reddin, and Tammy Rattray.
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Stay current and enjoy awesome networking – enjoy evening receptions, participate in fun activities, savor wonderful meals, and explore the vibrant waterfront of Tampa while staying ahead of the curve on positive employee relations.
Register now. CUE Members: $875 Non-members: $1,250, including all meals.