Mr. Crider and Mr. Graham will provide a dynamic and interactive legal review that includes updates on tip pool issues, harassment, guest and employee discrimination claims, access cases, FLSA issues with assistant managers, and thoughts and analysis of the NLRB's recent disturbing rulings on franchisor liability and social media. Real life examples and entertaining scenarios from some of their own cases will illuminate these challenges for HR and Risk professionals and provide attendees with tangible takeaways and lessons to apply to their own restaurant operations.
Restaurant Human Resources Professionals
There are many professional groups for human resources professionals, but only one group for those who work in the restaurant industry. The National Restaurant Association’s Human Resources Executive Study Group is a unique, specialized resource devoted to keeping you current with the latest developments in your field and successfully meeting its challenges.
Solutions, Discussions, Networking
The NRA Human Resources Executive Study Group efficiently delivers information and answers that are specific to the issues you face daily, from the best practices in training, recruitment and retention to emerging issues such as social media challenges. The group is your window on what fellow restaurant industry leaders are doing and which strategies they have found work best.