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SEPA SHRM 2019/2020 Programming Calendar

(subject to change)



January 15

Four Sources of a Crisis ~ What You Should Do Both Before & After!

February 19

My Employees Can Take HOW MUCH Leave?!?

March 12

Performance Reviews and Performance Management

April 23

Legislative Update

May 15*

HR as a Business Partner
(Wednesday Evening Meeting)

June 18

To be  Announced

July 16

EEOC Update: Current Focus and Initiatives



September 11*

Talent Acquisition 
(Wednesday Evening Meeting)

September 27

(Full Day Event)

October 15

Impact or Expense? The ROI of Leadership Development

November 19

High Risk Terminations & How to Handle

December 17

How to Handle the Employee Who Has Made a Legal Claim, but Remains Employed 




2020 SEPA SHRM Programming Schedule


 January 21

 Working Remotely: The Legal Challenges Employers Face from the Growing Popularity of Telecommuting Arrangements

Eric Kim, Associate, Morgan Lewis


February 18

Why Does Jared Make More Than Keisha? And Other Pay Equity Issues that May be Lurking in Your Workplace 

Jonathan Segal, Partner, Duane Morris


March 10

Things Would Be Different If I Were in Charge: Learning to Lead at any Level 

Kim Nash, Principal, THriv


April 28

[date change]

Legal and Legislative Update 

Brian Pedrow, Partner, Ballard Spahr


*May 20

Wed. Eve Dinner

 What Would You Do? Active Shooter Training Simulation

Bob Fatula, Director of Training,  Threat Preparedness

June 16

 Wage and Hour Laws: nessof

Hot Issues, New Developments, and Common Pitfalls

Mike Torchia, Partner, Semanoff Ormsby


July 21

What The “Hack” Can HR Do To Protect Their Company? 

Fred Zajac, Cyber Security Specialist, Sabre Systems Inc


 No Meeting


September 11  Friday 

HR Legal Summit

*October 21

Wed Eve Dinner

Code Blue: How to Resuscitate Your Multi-Generational Workforce 

Krishna Powell, Principal, hr4 Your Small Biz


November 17

ADA and Reasonable Accommodation: Complicated Accommodation Scenarios Based on Actual Lawsuits. 

Eric Meyer, Shareholder, Fisher Broyles


December 15

Workplace Harassment Prevention: Best Practices for the HR Practitioner

Lou Lessig, Partner, Brown Connery

*Denotes Evening Meeting

We look forward to welcoming you to one of our Chapter Events! Chapter Meetings offer a continental breakfast and program and take place at American Heritage Federal Credit Union new community room, The Inn on Red Lion Road from 8 am – 10 am. Evening meetings also are held at AHFCU and include dinner and a program from 6 pm – 8:30 pm. The HR Legal Summit is day-long program at the Sheraton Bucks County offering an array of legal HR topics. All programs are designed to offer SHRM Professional Development Credits and HRCI credits for business or general, depending on the topic. Dates and topics are subject to change, in which case SEPA SHRM will provide advance notification to members.