KPA Webinar: What you need to know about Religious Discrimination, Harassment, and Accommodation

Author: Amy Volk | Posted: 2/7/2014
Thursday February 13, 2014

The HR Implications of the Changing Face of the American Workforce.

What You Need to Know About Religious Discrimination, Harassment, and Accommodation

Thursday February 13, 2014

FREE Registration

The HR Implications of the Changing Face of the American Workforce

Join attorneys Andy Tanick and Brian Cunningham from the Minneapolis office of the national labor/employment law firm of Ford & Harrison LLP, as they discuss how to balance the demands associated with religious accommodation and discrimination in the workplace. You will develop useful knowledge on how to enforce religious policies that comply with federal and state anti-discrimination laws. You will also learn how to balance employees' right to self-expression with while also maintaining control at work, as well as avoiding claims of religious discrimination.

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If you are unable to attend the webinar at this time, please register anyway and you will be sent a link to a recording of the webinar along with the presentation slides.

Date: Thursday February 13, 2014
Time: 9:00am - 10:00am Pacific
10:00am - 11:00am Mountain
11:00am - 12:00pm Central
12:00pm - 1:00pm Eastern

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Andrew Tanick
Andrew Tanick
Managing Partner, Minneapolis Office, Ford and Harrison, LLP

Andy Tanick is the Administrative (Managing) Partner of Ford & Harrison's Minneapolis, Minnesota office. He has over 25 years of experience defending employment claims and helping businesses of all sizes develop effective policies and avoid litigation. Andy is a Labor and Employment Law Specialist, certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association.

Brian Cunningham
Brian Cunningham
Labor and Employment Law Attorney, Ford and Harrison, LLP

Brian Cunningham concentrates his practice primarily on representing employers in employment law disputes. He represents clients in matters involving federal and state employment discrimination laws, harassment, wage and hour, and FMLA. He has defended clients in a range of industries in EEOC charges and in litigation in state and federal courts. Brian's practice also encompasses the drafting of employee handbooks, employer policies, and employment agreements. In addition to his employment law focus, Brian advises employers on their business immigration needs, such as handling non-immigrant petitions and applications for adjustment of status.