|Employment & HR Issues in the Biden Administration|
|Employment Law Briefing - Webinar|
|Ethics in Labor & Employment Law Webinar|
|ADA & FMLA Compliance Update - Webinar|
|ADA/COVID-19 Workshop - Webinar|
|Affirmative Action Briefing - Webinar Conference|
|California Disability Law Workshop Webinar|
|Coronavirus in the Workplace: Part 3 - Managing Workforce Reductions|
|Coronavirus in the Workplace: Part 5 - Return to Work|
|Coronavirus in the Workplace: Part 6 - NLRB Developments|
|Employment Law Conference - Webinar|
|FFCRA (Families First) & CARES Act Webinar|
|Mid-Year Employment Law Conference - Webinar|
|Public Sector EEO and Employment Law Update - Webinar|
|Returned to Work - Emerging Practical COVID-19 Questions|
|The COVID-19 Workplace Puzzle|
|Wage and Hour Issues Raised by COVID-19|
Webinars are cost-effective and convenient. You participate in the entire conference from your office using a regular telephone/computer and your access code. Plus, for one fee you can have as many people participate as you can fit around a speakerphone/computer. Webinars typically run from 1 hour to 2 hours, including a 30 minute Q&A period. During the speaker presentation portion of the conference, registrants are in a "listen-only" mode. After the presentation portion is concluded, the phones are "opened up" for an interactive Q&A session, with conference attendees queuing up to ask questions of the presenters. Questions can also be submitted via email at any time during the conference to be responded to during the Q&A session.
Program materials are generally provided at the conclusion of the Webinar.
NELIís Webinars are offered when cutting edge developments occur that merit a quick response and the development of a stand-alone program, such as these, outside of the normal course offerings by NELI. Due to the spontaneous nature of (some) these programs and time-driven application processes, NELI does not always seek CLE credit for these programs (with one exception - see below). However, some states will allow self-reporting, and we invite you to contact the Registrar for state specific information at email@example.com. NELI will provide proof of attendance for registered participants. Please check the specific Webinar page for details on a particular program.
NELI does file for CLE credit for our annual Ethics in Labor & Employment Law Webinar.
By registering, you agree to the terms of registration listed here regarding rates, substitutions, and cancellations. Substitutions may be made up to 24 hours in advance of the conference and must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations and "no shows" will receive a fee credit, less a $100 administrative fee. Fee credits may be applied during the next 12 month period to any of the Institute's programs or publications. No educational credits will be awarded unless all fees are paid.