Do you have legal Human Resources questions that you’d like to ask an expert? Then don’t miss this opportunity to learn about new employment laws and get your questions answered!
Please join Evergreen on Wednesday, July 19th from 12PM to 1PM on Zoom for an HR Q&A Lunch and Learn with Attorney Rania V. Sedhom of Sedhom Law Group, PLLC. In this remote session, Rania will provide an overview of the current New York requirements after the NYS Department of Labor issued updates to the Model Sexual Harassment Policy earlier this year and then take your questions on this and other HR topics.
Participants can ask any type of HR-related legal question. But, keep in mind Rania may not be able to answer all questions presented. Questions that may serve a broader audience will be prioritized. You can also submit a question in advance during registration.
About the speaker:
Rania Sedhom is currently a Managing Partner of her own law firm, Sedhom Law Group. She also serves as a Member of the Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits Committee, ABCNY, and a member of the Employment Law Section of the ABA. She is an attorney who provides practical and efficient solutions to complex problems and also provides business advisory services to her clients. Rania understands that laws affect business and without a deep understanding of business, legal advice is lacking. Her philosophy is to use law and regulations to help clients achieve goals. While most lawyers come from a place of “no,” Rania tells her clients she comes from a place of “know.” As such, she helps companies grow, contract, and effectuate business while using the law to support their endeavors.
Rania’s extraordinary interpersonal skills forge win-win relationships across diverse organizations and cross-functional stakeholders. She is a skilled legal and business commentator with appearances in national print and on TV media, including Bloomberg Radio, The Today Show, the L.A. Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun, Forbes, Inc., Business Week, and CNN Money.
Wednesday, July 19, 2023
FREE! To register and submit questions in advance click here.
For questions and more info please contact Natalie Vichnevsky.