RENO — Jones Vargas stockholder Molly Malone Rezac will join three area attorneys along with Sterling Education Services in presenting the 11th annual seminar “Employment Law: Beyond the Basics,” on Oct. 25 at the Sands Regency Hotel Casino. This seminar has been approved by the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education for 6.5 credit hours as well as for 6.75 general recertification credit hours toward the PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resources Certification Institute.
“Employment Law: Beyond the Basics” focuses on the crucial, time-sensitive issues business owners and human resources professionals must make on a regular basis, while considering the ever-changing environment in which employment policies are shaped. The seminar addresses such issues as health care reform, hiring and firing, privacy, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities (ADA) matters, basic labor law and more.
Attorneys, business owners, managers, supervisors, payroll professionals, computer information systems managers, health care insurers and human resources professionals are encouraged to attend. A $30 discount is currently being offered by contacting seminar speakers directly; Rezac can be reached by calling 786-5000.
Rezac is a stockholder in the employment law practice area at the statewide firm Jones Vargas. She handles all types of employment law matters, including discrimination claims under Title VII, ADA, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), in addition to retaliation claims, wrongful discharge claims, FMLA claims, breach of contract claims and claims involving workplace torts. Rezac also acts as an advisor to companies regarding various employment matters such as formulating employment policies and drafting employee handbooks. In addition to her work with the firm, Rezac also teaches Extended Studies program classes on employment law at the University of Nevada, Reno.
For more information, visit www.jonesvargas.com or call 786-5000.