A Legal Compliance Update for Small Businesses: How to Avoid Employment Law and Wage and Hour Traps - A Guide For the Unwary

7:30 AM

Small businesses must navigate a myriad of constantly changing state and federal employment laws and wage and hour requirements. This presentation will provide:
  • A legal update on emerging employment laws and wage and hour requirements under NH and VT law.
  • An overview of some common mistakes for small businesses to avoid.
  • Legal compliance tips for small businesses.
This program will be presented by Elizabeth Bailey of Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green, P.A. and is geared towards business owners, managers, CEOs, COOs, and Human Resources professionals.

Please join us for this complimentary seminar and breakfast!

7:30 - 7:50 a.m. - Breakfast and Networking Time
7:50 - 8:50 a.m. - Welcome Remarks and Presentation
8:50 - 9:00 a.m. - Questions / Close

As always, the room will be available until 10:00 for those who would like to stay and network informally.

Don’t forget about our resource table, where you are welcome to display materials/information about your business.

Courtyard by Marriott
10 Morgan Drive
Lebanon, NH

Please RSVP to Sarah Salo by Monday, October 20th 603.640.2665 or sarah.salo@ledyardbank.com

Space will be limited - Reserve your seat today!

Elizabeth A. Bailey

Liz’s practice is in employment and labor law. She represents both public and private employers. Her practice includes counseling and training employers about ways to effectively avoid and/or defend against employment disputes or claims. She has extensive experience handling matters before the New Hampshire Department of Labor, the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the New Hampshire Public Employee Labor Relations Board. Liz also has wide-ranging litigation experience including jury trials in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts state and federal courts, bench trials, arbitrations and mediations. Her client base ranges from private corporations to municipalities and counties. She is often asked to participate in seminars and/or serve as a panelist at labor and employment related workshops.