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05/14/2014 - Reductions in Force: Planning, Strategy, and Legal Considerations

Labor & Employment Law Section
Credit(s): 1 Participatory MCLE Credits
Course Number: LL_5-14-14
Duration: 1 hour
Access: Available for 3 months after purchase
Date:May 14, 2014
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (Pacific)
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  • Dynamic workforces are the new normal, and reductions in force are an increasingly important part of the business planning toolkit.  This presentation will focus on developing best practices, minimizing legal risk, and ensuring a smooth transition for departing employees.  Topics will include:


    •       Voluntary v. Involuntary Programs

    •       Employee ranking and selection

    •       Disparate impact

    •       Impact of collective bargaining agreements

    •       Federal WARN Act (and California WARN distinctions)

    •       Severance Benefits

    •       ADEA Releases and OWBPA Disclosures

    •       ERISA Considerations (e.g. partial pension plan termination, multiemployer plan withdrawal, etc.)

    •       Final pay and notice requirements

    •       Outplacement considerations

    1 Participatory MCLE Credits
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