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    What Employers Need to Know about Attracting, Managing and Separating from Their Employees

    Speaking Engagement

    The Greater Houston Partnership will hold a continuing education series "What Employers Need to Know about Attracting, Managing and Separating from Their Employees: Current Legal Compliance and Talent Management Issues." Locke Lord is a Presenting Sponsor of this program. Ed Razim, Bill Bux, Hanna Norvell and David Gregory will be speaking during this event. 

    The series will consist of three sessions and will include the following topics:

    Session 1: Attracting Talent in a Competitive Market
    • Generational Differences in Attracting Talent - Brandon Yerre, Principal, PwC | Marvin Mendoza, Director, PwC
    • Benefits and Compensation Issues Affecting Millennials (and Others) - Ed Razim, Partner, Locke Lord, Robert Pesch, Manager, PwC and Brandon Yerre, Principal, PwC
    Session 2: Managing Talent in a World of Expanding Employee Rights and Information
    • Communication Differences among the Generations - Marvin Mendoza, Director, PwC | Jerry Guerrero, Manager, PwC
    • The New Expanse of Employees' Legal Rights in the Information Age: from Personal Relationships to Disclosures on Social Media, Medical Marijuana and Criminal Conduct and More - Bill Bux, Partner, Locke Lord, Hanna Norvell, Partner and Chair, Labor and Employment Practice Group, Locke Lord
    Session 3: Protecting Company Assets when Employees Separate in the Age of the Millennials
    Steve Lancaster, Director, PwC and Marvin Mendoza, Director, PwC 
    David Gregory, Partner, Locke Lord

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Four hours of CLE, HRCI and CPE credit will be provided, pending state approval.

    For more information and to register, please click here.

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