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    Employment and Labor Law Update & Future Outlook

    Date: March 10, 2014, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
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    REGISTER & PAY:   Online registration opens up approximately two weeks prior to the event and closes the Thursday before the meeting at midnight.  Walk-ins are always welcome after that time!

    HRMA Dinner Meeting


    Employment and Labor Law Update & Future Outlook

    Presented by Stefanie Riehl, New Jersey Business & Industry Association

    Princeton Hyatt Regency

    5:30pm to 8:00pm

     **The meeting is approved for 1 general recertification credit hour

    by the HR Certification Institute**


    The last few years have seen a flurry of legislative activity affecting New Jersey employers. There are new minimum wage requirements, leave entitlements, posting requirements, unemployment insurance requirements, and a host of other issues. And, it’s little consolation to know that more is likely on the way!

    At the March 10th meeting of the HRMA of Princeton, Stefanie Riehl of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, will inform you on how these developments will specifically affect your organization.  Attendees will receive general information about current changes and learn to recognize best practices to ensure compliance and reduce legal liability. The speaker will also provide an update of other laws and regulations that are on the horizon, and what to expect in the future, for planning purposes.

    Know the rules that affect your organization, and stay on top of the game.

    Plenty of time will be set aside for specific questions and answers.


    Our Speaker:

    Stefanie Riehl is Assistant Vice President for the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA). In that capacity, she represents over 21,000 companies and serves as the Association’s head lobbyist on labor, human resource, campaign finance, and election law matters.

    As one of the state’s leading pro-business human resource advocates, Stefanie frequently testifies before the New Jersey Senate and State Assembly on high-profile labor issues affecting New Jersey employers. She has been interviewed by the Associated Press, Bloomberg, NJ101.5, the Star Ledger, the Bergen Record, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has also been a featured guest on News12 NJ and NJTV, and has done numerous public speaking engagements.

    Before joining the NJBIA, Stefanie served as director of Government Affairs for the New Jersey Builders Association.  She was responsible for analyzing state legislation and regulations that impact the building industry, proposing legislation and amendments, and coordinating industry-wide advocacy efforts.  Prior to that, she was an associate fiscal analyst with the NJ Office of Legislative Services, where she drafted legislation and amendments on health and human services issues.

    On a personal note, Stefanie was born in Trenton, New Jersey.  She graduated summa cum laude from The College of New Jersey where she received several awards for her commitment to scholastic achievement, leadership, and community service.  After completing her undergraduate education, Stefanie relocated to New York State to attend Syracuse University and receive a Master of Public Administration degree from the Maxwell School. She currently resides in Mercer County, New Jersey.

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    Our In-Transition Group:

    Our in-transition group, open to all, meets at 4:30. The group provides professionals in transition with networking opportunities and support as they seek employment opportunities within their profession.

    Our Menu:

    Hot House Bibb with Grapefruit and Orange Filets and Toasted Sesame Seeds with Raspberry Vinaigrette

    Breast of Chicken Stuffed with Artichokes and Cremini Paired with Roast Sirloin of Beef in a Mustard Sauce

    Served with Chef’s Selection of Seasonal Vegetable and Starch

    Duet of John’s Apply and Berry Pies with Warm Fruit Compote

    Vegetarian Option:  Wheat Berry and Root Vegetable Risotto, Seared Grape Tomatoes and Spicy Arugula