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Annual Hawaii Employment Law Seminar Oct. 16

September 13, 2012, 4:55 PM HST
* Updated September 14, 1:26 PM
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The 2012 Hawai‘i Employment Law Seminar will be held Oct. 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Keauhou Beach Resort.

The event, presented by the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce, enables business owners to protect their businesses by providing them with the latest information on workplace law. 

This annual event has become the “must attend” for anyone with responsibility for managing people and policies impacting the workplace.

Attendees will learn the implications of the latest law, legislative changes, and administrative developments in matters critical to employers.

Employers will also discover how to navigate today’s most pressing labor and employment issues.

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“This is the most cost-effective seminar providing information for Hawai‘i businesses to stay abreast of current human resource and personnel law issues,” says Vivian Landrum, president/CEO of KKCC.

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“A small investment now may save your business a large sum later if you are taken to court by one of your employees.”

This seminar is held annually throughout the state and is the 19th year that it is sponsored by Torkildson Katz Moore Hetherington & Harris, a Honolulu-based law firm with offices in Hilo.

Attendees will receive a printed copy of The 2012-13 Chamber Desk Manual: Labor and Employment Law for Hawaii Employers ® and a one-year subscription to the online version of this publication.

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Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch and is $295 for KKCC and Society for Human Resource Management members, or $350 for non-members. Multiple attendee discounts are available.

Contact the Chamber for details and reservations by noon October 11 by phoning 329-1758 or registering online.

 

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