Finger Lakes Opportunity for Tourism Growth, the Not for Profit Arm of the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance Presents ‘Updates on Labor & Employment Laws That Will Impact Your Business in 2020
The Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance (FLTA) and Finger Lakes Opportunity for Tourism Growth (FLOTG), are providing an educational and informational session covering labor and employment law updates on Tuesday, January 28, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Bond Schoeneck & King Attorneys out of Rochester will be the presenting on the human resource updates that took place last year, and will impact your business throughout 2020.
FLOTG provides educational and informative sessions important to regional businesses and those in the tourism industry particularly, so they can be brought up to speed in the constantly changing professional landscape. This seminar on labor and employment law updates will educate business owners, managers, and staff about harassment and discrimination policies, LGBTQ+ workplace rights, along with several other updates, and laws that could impact how employees are managed.
Theresa Rusnak, Esq. from Bond Schoeneck & King Attorneys will be providing information and presenting. Rusnak, is a labor and employment law attorney who counsels employers in a wide variety of labor and employment law matters, including addressing wage and hour issues, responding to claims of employment discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge and retaliation, and more.
Bond Schoeneck & King Attorneys is a full-service law firm counseling individuals, companies, not-for-profits and public sector entities in a wide spectrum of practice areas.
This seminar will take place Tuesday, January 28th from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM at the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance Office, located at 309 Lake Street, Penn Yan NY 14527. For more details on this seminar and to RSVP, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/finger-lakes-opportunity-for-tourism-growth-2019-employee-legal-updates-tickets-88728377967
Founded in 1919, Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance is recognized as the first regional destination marketing organization in the United States. FLTA is an association of private-sector attractions, tourism-related businesses and partnering county tourism offices working together to enhance and promote visitor businesses for the 9,000 square-mile Finger Lakes region of New York State.