HR Legalist Live Presents: Back to Office Best Practices


While the Fall of 2022 marked the return of many employees to the physical workplace, the labor and employment landscape has changed significantly since the COVID-19 pandemic began. In this lunchtime program, our labor & employment attorneys will address new developments that employers should be aware of to reduce their legal risks, including:

  • The impact of the November 2022 midterm election on labor and employment law;
  • The continued challenges of remote work; and
  • Hot topics for updating employee handbooks and employment agreements.

You will leave with insightful information and practical techniques for your organization. Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees, along with Q&A and networking to follow. 

This program is valid for 1PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.

This event also qualifies for 1 CLE credit for in-person attendees.

Zoom option available.

About the Authors

Melissa K. Atkins


Melissa is a highly experienced and accomplished labor and employment lawyer with over fifteen years of practice. Throughout her career, she has successfully represented both private and public sector employers from various...

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Michael Pepperman

Michael S. Pepperman


Mike is the Chair of Obermayer’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Department and a member of Obermayer’s Management Committee. Mike is an accomplished attorney known for his tireless advocacy on behalf of...

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Ivo Becica

Ivo J. Becica


Ivo is a partner in Obermayer’s Labor Relations & Employment Law Department. He focuses his practice on representing employers, including advising companies on how to handle employee issues, and defending employee claims...

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