Back in November, Integrity HR teamed up with the law firm of Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC to present a one-hour “post-election summary.”
The online webinar was a panel discussion right after the election on the “State of HR and Employment” under Trump’s administration. Our panel members included Amy Letke, Karen Hamilton, and Jeff Calabrese.
During the webinar, we gave our expert opinions on the topics of post-election policies, practices and legal outlook.
Even though the webinar took place back after the election in November, you can watch the recording today! And what better time to watch than “Inauguration Week!”
STATE OF HR: Post-Election Policies, Practices & Legal Outlook (Recording)
Click here to get access to the video recording.
(This video is not eligible for HRCI or continuing education credit.)
Panel of Experts
Amy Newbanks Letke, SPHR, GPHR
Founder & CEO, Integrity HR
Amy has published three books, started & operated three successful businesses and is a certified human resources professional with 20 years of HR and entrepreneurial expertise. She provides solutions to clients in the areas of business start up & continuity, HR management considerations, effective means for building a thriving organization, employment law compliance, best practices for improved business performance, improving “people productivity”, leadership coaching, as well as incentive and base compensation design, policy design and deployment.
Karen Hamilton, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Director of Consulting Services, Integrity HR
Karen Hamilton is the Director of Consulting Services for Integrity HR. Karen is an accomplished business leader with over 20 years of HR experience in the restaurant, healthcare and nonprofit business sectors. In 2014, Karen was named to Business First’s 20 People to Know in Human Resources.
Member, Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
Jeff Calabrese is the Chair of the Labor, Employment & Employee Benefits Group of Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC, a full service law firm with offices in Kentucky, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. He specializes in helping businesses with difficult workforce issues, assisting clients in both litigation and pro-active counseling contexts.