Stites to Present at National Business Institute Seminar
Anthony Stites will be a presenter at the National Business Institute’s seminar titled “Human Resource Boot Camp” on November 12, 2018 at the Hilton Garden Inn located on US 24 West in Fort Wayne. Mr. Stites will be presenting from 9-10 a.m. on the topic “FLSA Essentials: Practically Applying the Most Recent Legal Perspectives.” He will be discussing the primary duties test, the salary test essentials, independent contractor issues and reviewing off-the-clock work and unauthorized overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Mr. Stites will also be presenting “Hiring and Firing: Legal Do’s and Don’ts for Crucial HR Functions” from 11-Noon at the seminar. He will review crafting legally compliant job descriptions, what employers can and can’t ask about criminal backgrounds and credit histories, verifying immigration status, and terminating employees on leave. He will also discuss the enforceability of non-compete, non-solicit and confidentiality agreements.
The seminar is open to attorneys, human resource professionals, corporate executives, accountants, payroll professionals, and paralegals. For more information on this seminar click here.
Mr. Stites has thirty years of experience in the area of labor and employment law. He represents business entities located throughout the U.S. on a full range of labor and employment matters, including organizational campaigns, employee discipline and discharge issues, workplace privacy issues, contract negotiations, grievances, arbitrations, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) charges, complaints, Administrative Law Judge hearings, 10(j) injunctions, union decertification, and prevailing wage claims. He routinely defends employers in wrongful discharge, unfair labor practice, and employment discrimination cases before labor arbitrators, administrative agencies, and state and federal courts. In addition, Mr. Stites has extensive experience representing companies in union representation elections, union decertification elections, voluntary employee petitions to remain union free, and strike activity.