NKY Chamber to Host HR 100 Panel on Legal Compliance on September 13

On Thursday, September 13, the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce (NKY Chamber) will host a panel event for HR professionals, “Legal Compliance Update.” Panelists will discuss how to promote a workplace of civility and respect through effective policies on issues currently affecting businesses today.


Topics include:

• Why you need a comprehensive sexual harassment policy

• How the 6th Circuit decision protects employees of a certain class

• What the National Labor Relations Act states under the current administration

• How to balance employer and employee protections with compliance involving social media policies

• What additional HR-related legislation is on the horizon


Panelists include:

• Robert “Bob” Hoffer, Partner, DBL– Hoffer heads DBL’s employment law division, which represents employers of all sizes, including some of the largest throughout the Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area.


• Kelly Schoening Holden, Partner, DBL – Holden represents private and public employers in all facets of employment law. Her employment law practice includes advising clients on compliance with various employment laws and providing in-house training.


• Nick Birkenhauer, Partner, DBL – Birkenhauer is a business lawyer whose practice is focused on assisting employers with all aspects of Human Resources and Employment Law. He has extensive experience working with employers of all sizes and across a wide array of industries, including healthcare and manufacturing.


The panel will take place at St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center (3861 Olympic Boulevard, Erlanger, KY 41018) from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. A light breakfast will be served. The cost is $25 for NKY Chamber members and $40 for future members. Event attendees must register online at nkychamber.com/events. SHRM Credit is available from session attendance. Event sponsors include L’Oreal USA and St. Elizabeth Healthcare.

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