WINSTON-SALEM, NC—For the eleventh year in a row, John Pueschel of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Winston-Salem office hosted the 2019 Legal Update for the Winston-Salem Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management at the Firm’s Winston-Salem office. Over 50 HR professionals of clients and local businesses attended.
The event provided information and best practices on legal issues of particular interests to HR professionals. Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys led many of these sessions, which included:
- Internal Investigations, led by Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Kurt Stakeman and J.T. Moser, Director of Enterprise Risk and Corporate Investigations at Wake Forest University Health Sciences;
- Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Gemma Saluta, who is a Board-certified workers’ compensation specialist, facilitated a Q&A session with Industrial Commission Deputy Commissioner Michael Silver;
- EEOC Request for Collection of Pay Data, presented by Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Ethan Goemann;
- The Return of the Social Security Administration No Match Letter, led by Jennifer Cory, leader of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Immigration Solutions team; and
- Sex Harassment in the #MeToo Era –Year Two, presented by Womble Bond Dickinson attorney John Pueschel.
Other sessions at the 2019 Legal Update by guest speakers included Violence in the Workplace and Use of Computer Forensics in a Workplace Investigation.