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Wed, Jan 19


January Meeting- Employment Law Trends and Predictions for 2022

HRNNI is excited to have Kara Heikkila, Attorney with Witherspoon Kelley, join us for our January meeting. This event is always the highlight of the year so register early to reserve your spot.

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January Meeting- Employment Law Trends and Predictions for 2022
January Meeting- Employment Law Trends and Predictions for 2022

Time & Location

Jan 19, 2022, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM


About the event

UPDATE: Event moved to VIRTUAL - see updated registration details.  If you have REGISTERED and PAID for this event, there is no need to re-register.  Please know a member of the HRNNI Board will reach out to you to discuss payment towards this month's membership meeting.

Topic: Employment Law Trends and Predictions for 2022

This seminar will focus on trends in employment law, including those that are pandemic-driven and those falling outside of the pandemic. Special emphasis will include a focus on federal and state agency updates and predictions related to compliance as well as trending wage and hour cases.


· Participants will learn key trending employment law claims and best practices to avoid them;

· Participants will learn about changes in state and federal agencies and how those changes will impact HR practices;

· Participants will learn about trending wage and hour cases to identify area for review within their organization's wage practices.

 Speaker: Kara L. Heikkila, Attorney | Shareholder

Kara Heikkila is an employment law attorney and shareholder at Witherspoon Kelley.  Prior to practicing law, Kara was an HR director and manager in the health care industry. As a lawyer, Kara has more than 20 years of experience representing employers throughout the Pacific Northwest before state and federal agencies as well as in state and federal courts.  She is licensed to practice law in Idaho, Washington, and Alaska, as well as before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States.  Kara lives in Rathdrum with her fur kids, Rowdy, June Carter Cash, and Festus.

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