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Registration is Now Open for Ward and Smith's 2020 Employment Law Symposium

We're roaring into the new 20s with deep-dive into 21st century workplace challenges. The first "Roaring 20s" were the age of dramatic social and political upheaval, and employers now are dealing with similar and new types of social and political change.

They say hindsight is 20/20, so don't miss the opportunity to attend Ward and Smith's Employment Law Symposium. Registration is now open for this half-day program on Thursday, April 23, at The Umstead Hotel & Spa in Cary.

Who should attend?


Our 2020 Employment Law Symposium is geared toward human resources directors, vice presidents, managers, in-house employment attorneys, and corporate controllers with human resources responsibilities.

Why should you attend?


Each session will address unique issues facing human resource professionals.

Put on your top hat and dancing shoes as you perform the role of an HR professional, employee, accuser, and accused in our Live Action Role Playing session, "Puttin' on the Ritz." There will be an insightful jam session, "All That Jazz," to highlight cases that the Employment Opportunity Commission sees or has seen. Get buzz-worthy HR topics and best practices for handling sticky industry issues in "The Bees Knees: Peer-to-Peer Panel Discussion." And get your heart pumping with the "Beat Session: Rapid Fire Legal Update." In the 20s, a beat session meant a discussion consisting of idle chatter. This forum will be anything but, and will consist of a whole lot of legal knowledge condensed into short sound bites.

CLE is pending for the 2020 Employment Law Symposium. It is free to attend, but registration is required. Sign-up today!

Western NC professionals – Want to attend our Symposium, but can't make it to Cary on April 23?  We're hosting an Employment Law Symposium – Western NC Edition on May 1, in Asheville.  Email us at rsvp@wardandsmith.com for additional information.

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