Leadership Training for Illinois Managers and Supervisors

 

Leadership Training for Illinois Managers and Supervisors

 

 

Thursday, March 3, 2022

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Illinois Chamber of Commerce

215 E. Adams

Springfield, IL 62701

 

 

Every year, the State of Illinois makes changes to legislation that transforms the employment landscape. Supervisors and managers need to know how to navigate particular topics to remain in compliance with the new Illinois laws. This full day seminar, utilizing the Supervisor’s Handbook newly updated in January 2022 by Litchfield Cavo, LLP in partnership with the Illinois Chamber, will present that direction. Supervisors will receive the necessary information using the 2022 Supervisor’s Handbook as a guide for the day and provide a necessary update for 2022 and beyond. Join Sean Darke as he gives a thorough comprehension of the ever-changing employment laws in the State of Illinois and learn just how to handle those situations BEFORE they come up.

 

Topics will include:

 

·    Overview of the Numerous New and Updated Employment Laws in Illinois

·    Tips on handling unique and everyday occurrences ranging from Hiring through Firing

·    Integrating EVERY recent employment law change into your workplace

·    Handling Marijuana and Drug-Testing Issues in 2022 - updates

·    Do’s and Don’ts for Supervisors moving into a new management role

·    And More!

 

Seminar will include the 2022 Supervisor’s Handbook!

 

2nd Date/Location Available!

 

March 10, 2022 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

NIU Center | 1120 E. Diehl Road Naperville, IL

 

 

Our Speaker:

 

Sean Darke is an experienced employment and labor law attorney and focuses his practice on advising and litigating employment and labor law matters. He successfully defends companies in both state and federal courts and state and federal administrative courts, specifically on matters involving wage and hour laws, employment discrimination, independent contractor agreements, non-competition agreements, harassment claims, unemployment claims, unfair labor practices, state and federal agency audits, and several other key areas under both state and federal laws.

 

 

Continuing Education Offered:

 

·    6.00 HRCI credits for approval

·    6.00 SHRM credits for approval

·    5.75 CLE credits per attendee request prior to event

·    6.00 Management/Supervision Compliance Certificate Credits

 

 

Contact Information

 

 

Questions on this event or other IL Chamber Business Services events?



Contact the Business Services Coordinator,

Kirsten Constant

 

P: 217-522-5512 Ext. 227

E: kconstant@ilchamber.org

 

 

 

 


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