Clark Hill Attorney Jennifer M. Buckley to Present at the American Society of Employers' People Profit Progress Conference, March 14
– Clark Hill attorney Jennifer Buckley will present a workshop session at the American Society of Employers’ (ASE) People Profit Progress conference on Wednesday, March 14, in Novi, Mich. Her presentation, “Dust Off and Clean Up Your Employment Policies for 2012,” will review the new policies companies should have in place, what policies need to be updated, and how to minimize the likelihood of litigation, improve employee relations and help build legal protections or compliance.
Buckley is a Member of Clark Hill and is in its Employment Law Practice Group. She has defended employers for more than 25 years in state and federal court actions brought by employees and former employees. She has created and revised numerous employment policies, including employee manuals, applications, sexual and other unlawful harassment policies, drug testing and FMLA/absenteeism policies. Buckley has presented at seminars for ASE in the past, as well as the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, SHRM and its Detroit Chapter, the Human Resources Association of Greater Detroit. In addition, Buckley was named one of the Best Lawyers in America in 2012 and a Michigan Super Lawyer in 2011 and 2010.
ASE has been serving Michigan’s business community for more than 100 years. It provides programs and services enabling member organizations to address challenging human resource issues and acts as a single source for information and support in all matters affecting the employer-employee relationship.
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