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Printing Industries Alliance Hosts Annual Human Resource Conference

Press release from the issuing company

Has everything you have ever known about Employment Law been ‘trumped”? Many of the issues being discussed in Washington today will have a significant impact on our workforce and industry tomorrow.

  • Will tightening immigration regulations shrink our already tight labor goal?
  • Repeal and Replace Obamacare? With what?
  • Are “temporary employees” my employees?
  • Can I still conduct post-accident, drug and alcohol testing?

On May 4 & 5, join HR executives from around the region as these, and other HR issues, are presented.

This year’s conference is being held on May 4 & 5, 2017 at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown. Sponsoring organizations include Printing Industries Alliance, Gilroy Kernan & Gilroy, Free Community Papers of New York, Ferrara Fiorenza PC, and The Manufacturers Association of Central New York.

Schedule At A Glance:

May 4 – 8:00 am Registration

               8:30 am- Essential Employment Law Update

               12:00 noon – Networking Lunch

               1:00 pm – HR Problems Lurking in the Shadows

               4:00 pm – Adjournment

               Dinner on your own.

May 5 – 8:00 am -  Continental Breakfast

                8:30 am – Can You Fire any Employee Anymore?

                10:30 am – What to Expect During a U.S. Dept. of labor Wage and Hour Investigation

                12:00 noon - Networking Lunch

                1:00 pm – Program to be Announced

                 2:30 pm-  Adjournment

Conference Facility

The 2017 Human Resource Conference is being held at the newly remodeled Marriott Syracuse Downtown (formerly Hotel Syracuse). For reservations go to http://tinyurl.com/glhrg6g or call (800) 228-9290.


Speakers include attorney’s Nicholas J. Fiorenza, President and Managing Partner of the Syracuse area labor law firm, Ferrara Fiorenza PC, Michael L. Dodd, Partner in Ferrara Fiorenza PC and Shequeila Birdsong, Community Outreach and Planning Specialist for the Federal Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division.

Cost to Attend

$325 per person for members/customers of sponsoring organizations.  $425 for all othersTo register visit the Printing Industries Alliance website at www.pialliance.org or contact Printing Industries Alliance at (800) 777-4742.



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