Educational HR Series: Designed to Help Local HR Directors and Small Business Owners

Continental Breakfast & Registration - 7:45am - 8:15am 


Identity Theft: Employer’s Risk, Liability, & Responsibility -  8:15am-9:15 am

Presented by Scott Viette, Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc.

Come see why IDENTITY THEFT, America’s Fastest Growing Crime, ranked as the #2 concern on SHRM’s National Study of Trends, is a REAL threat affecting 1 in 4 US households and ALL employers across the nation regardless of size. 

  • Why should all Businesses, Corporations, Schools, Government, Financial Institutions, and Health Care be concerned about Identity Theft, FACTA, HIPAA, and GLB?
  • What is Identity Theft? How does this devastating crime occur? Why are HR Managers, Executives, and Employers at risk? What proactive measures and “Affirmative Defense” steps should we be taking to protect our company, its employees, and its clients?

Improving Your Human Resource Practices - 9:30 am - 10:30am

Charlotte Mason, PHR, The Advantage Resource Group, Inc.

Christine Lockhart Poarch, Poarch Law Firm, PC


Human Resource practices affect attitudes and performance on the job, and employee actions and motivations influence company performance.  Learn HR practices that foster strong connections between employees and employers which in turn improve employee satisfaction and retention and overall operations.  Some of the HR practices and processes to be covered include:  Interviewing/Hiring process, New Employee Orientation, evaluating and developing employees, and legal compliance issues such as ADA, FMLA and I-9’s.


A special guest, Christine Lockhart Poarch, an immigration attorney, will discuss the most recent changes in immigration law as it affects employers and Human Resource professionals, including the status of Social Security No Match regulations and a description of the kind of enforcement actions immigration practitioners see going on around the country.  She will also provide an update on when additional regulation may be coming, how it will affect your businesses, and how heavily it will be enforced.  Because all seriously considered legislation and regulation includes some aspect of employer compliance, this is information your business can’t afford to miss.


All attendees will receive a copy of “Handbook for Employers” published by the Dept. of Homeland Security, US Citizenship & Immigration Services.

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Attendee   Ended $20

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