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We are excited to host our Tampa Labor & Employment Law Seminar this year. Our annual seminars draw hundreds of human resource professionals, in-house counsel and senior executives from Florida’s top businesses. And for good reason! No one does events quite like we do – our seminars are not just lectures, they are learning experiences. This year will not disappoint.

Find out more and register below. We are also planning our Annual Miami Labor & Employment Law Seminar for the fall, so stay tuned for details!


MONDAY, MAY 20, 2024

Aloft Tampa Midtown | 3550 Midtown Drive, Tampa, FL 33607

8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. | Registration & Breakfast

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Presentations

12:00 p.m. | Lunch

Topics include:

Independent Contractors | Andrew McLaughlin

The “old” U.S. Department of Labor rule was out, now it’s back in, or is it? Who is and isn’t an independent contractor? What about the IRS rule and common law rule? How many different rules do I need to worry about?

Joint Employers | Robert Turk

The “new” National Labor Relations Board rule is back, or is it? What is the old rule and new rule and who are joint employers and why do I need to know this?

Writs of Garnishment | Darrin Quam

What is a writ and why is it garnished? Let’s discuss Florida’s law on how these writs may affect employees’ wages and other payments for services.

Life Cycle Issues for Working Women | Ingrid Ponce

We will discuss issues that primarily affect working women who are at the forefront of a changing workplace landscape.

Going Into Overtime Folks! | Robert Turk

I paid those former employees a salary so why are we being sued for overtime? And don’t those employees have to provide proof that they worked overtime? We will discuss the most common wage and hour “need to knows.”

Andy’s Corner-Employee Benefits | Andrew McLaughlin

Want to screw up employee benefits? We will discuss the top ways to do so (and how to avoid them).

OK Boomers! | Andrew McLaughlin, Robert Turk & Ingrid Ponce

We will discuss managing the multi-generation workforce: Boomers (fax machines, word processing), Gen Xers (personal computers, iPods), Millennials (Nintendo and iPhone), Gen Zs (Social Media, Taylor Swift) and the coming Gen Alphas (TikTok, AI)

Pending HRCI Credits, SHRM Credits & The Florida Bar CLE Credits

We look forward to seeing you!