The High Stakes Game of HR

From “playing the odds” with federal and state laws, to holding the “house edge” in policies, or having to “ante up” a fine to the EEOC, every day for an HR professional is a day of high stakes.

The 2019 Labor and Employment Seminar Series from Woods Rogers will help HR leaders and their teams understand how to address and manage a wide range of employment issues including C-suite discipline, policy writing, cybersecurity/data privacy, diversity, and more.


Ante Up: Legal Updates | Every year the stakes get higher.

Play the Person, Not the Odds | Get an inside look at the EEOC.

High Rollers: C-Suite Discipline | Investigating top-level executives doesn't have to be harrowing.

Double Down: Cybersecurity & Data Privacy | Cybersecurity isn't just an IT issue.

Money Line: Employee Health | Even experienced HR professionals can be confused by health and leave issues.

House Edge: Policy Writing | Keeping policies and procedures up to date is crucial.

The House Wins: Civility, Bias, & Diversity | Build a civil workplace culture through recognizing bias and accepting diversity.

The End Game | Open Q&A with Woods Rogers attorneys.

Breakfast and lunch are included with your registration.

Woods Rogers is a SHRM Preferred Provider. The 2019 Labor and Employment Seminars have been submitted for 6.25 hours of continuing education credit from the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) and the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM). Attorneys who attend will be eligible for Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board CLE credits.

Questions? Contact or call (540) 983-7791.


  • Occurs Tuesday, November 5th, 2019 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

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