Kristen Smith to Speak at Reagan Companies' Academy of Risk Management Seminar

March 1, 2017

Academy of Risk Management Seminar

Presented by the Reagan Companies
Holiday Inn, 441 Electronics Pkwy & 7th North St., Liverpool, NY

8:30 - 9 a.m.: Registration and Continental Breakfast
9 a.m. - Noon: Program

Designed For: Business Owners, Financial Executive, Safety Directors and HR Managers

2017 Labor & Employment Law Update – What Employers Need to Know
Presented By: Kristen E. Smith, Labor & Employment Law Attorney, Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC
Navigating the minefield of employment law is becoming increasingly treacherous for employers in today's litigious environment. With New York’s flurry of new employment laws and regulations, along with a new administration, 2017 will bring changes to the world of labor and employment law that will directly impact business of all sizes or industry. This session will address New York’s legislative changes, including: paid family sick leave, wage payment methods as well as NY’s overtime exemptions. We will discuss the latest developments in the areas of federal overtime regulations and the legal and regulatory developments that are here to stay and what changes to expect in the coming months.

Economic Update
Presented By: Rick Reagan, MBA, CFP, President of Financial Services, Reagan Companies

OSHA Changes for 2017 – An Employer’s Checklist for Compliance
Presented By: John P. Coniglio, President, Expert Litigation Services, COO/VP - OSEA

OSHA has made sweeping changes over the past year, from new regulations to an increase in fines and penalties. The release of OSHA’s final rule on electronic reporting includes anti-retaliation provisions that directly affect employer drug-testing policies and safety incentive programs. This session will provide an overview of OSHA’s revised recordkeeping and reporting rule, how to adopt your policy for compliance with post-accident drug testing and new marijuana laws. We will review recent legislation that may further impact your safety programs for 2017 and beyond.