Tony Stites was a presenter at the Northeast Indiana Human Resources Association’s Annual Conference on Thursday, May 17, 2018, in the Walb Student Union on the campus of IPFW.
Mr. Stites presented on recent National Labor Relations Board decisions, including a decision on the definition of a joint employer, NLRB handbook provisions, and rules that impact an employee’s rights under the National Labor Relations Act. He discussed a Department of Labor update on the salary rule for exempt employees, tip pooling, and interns. Mr. Stites also discussed recent case law and its impact on human resource professionals, including cases involving sexual orientation discrimination, transgender discrimination, and reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Mr. Stites has extensive experience representing businesses of all sizes, from small to Fortune 500 companies. He works alongside human resource professionals and in-house counsel on matters such as wrongful discharge, employment discrimination, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, personnel policies and records, employee discipline and discharge, and on responses to union organizing drives, union picketing and strikes, and collective bargaining. He regularly presents on labor and employment topics to local and statewide organizations.
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