Friday, October 7th, 2022: 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Recertification Credits: Submitted for 3 General and 2.75 Business HRCI credits & 5.75 SHRM Professional Development credits
Blackjack: 21 Employment Law Hot Topics, Kristina Spitler, Esq.
Paving the Path to Pay Equity, David Turetsky
Mental Health: Upping the Ante for ADA Compliance, Kristina Spitler, Esq. & Monica Munin, Esq.
Leading Through Uncertainty, Bob Schneider
Beyond Ping Pongs, Perks and Programs: What Matter’s Most Now? Rachel Druckenmiller
Speakers & Bios
Kristina Keech Spitler, Esq. represents and advises clients on business and employment issues and litigation including matters relating to hiring and firing, breach of agreements, non-competes and restrictive covenant agreements, discrimination, disabilities, and accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Labor Standards Act (wage and hour law), Family Medical Leave Act, defamation, and other legal concerns for employers. In addition, her practice includes drafting and updating handbooks and policy manuals and drafting severance packages.
Ms. Spitler is a highly rated speaker and trainer on employment law issues. In 2010 and 2012, Ms. Spitler was named as one of Virginia’s “Legal Elite” in labor/employment law by Virginia Business magazine. In 2009, Ms. Spitler was recognized as one of Virginia’s Most Influential Women by Virginia Lawyers Media and received The Loy E. Harris Award from the Mayor of the City of Manassas in 2008.
Ms. Spitler graduated from the University of Virginia and then from Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary. She then served as a judicial law clerk for the Circuit Court Judges of the Thirty-First Judicial Circuit. She served as Chairman of the Board of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce in 2003-2004. Ms. Spitler was President of the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Women Attorneys Association in 2009-2010 and served on the Virginia Women Attorneys Association Board of Directors. She co-chaired the task force creating Leadership Prince William Inc., was a member of the 2008 class, and served as Chairman of the Board of Regents. She helped create and served as President of Prince William SHRM Inc. and served on the Virginia SHRM State Council. She is currently serving as the Immediate-Past President of the Center For the Arts
Monica Munin, Esq. is an Employment Law & Litigation Associate at Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian. She advises clients on business, employment, and litigation issues, including those related to personnel management, hiring, firing, statutory and regulatory compliance, breach of contracts and other agreements, employment agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, discrimination, disability accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Family Medical Leave Act, defamation, investigations, employee handbooks, severance packages, independent contracting relationships, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. Miss Munin also assists employers in drafting integral documents such as employee handbooks, job descriptions, severance packages, restrictive covenants, and policy manuals. Miss Munin also has substantial experience defending state educational agencies and local educational agencies and advising on education law compliance and related issues. Miss Munin is a highly rated speaker on Employment and Education law and serves on the Board of Directors for the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Women’s Attorney Association and the Prince William Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management. Miss Munin graduated from George Washington University and then from the George Mason School of Law. She strives to provide her clients with the tools and information they need to address current concerns and evade future vulnerabilities before they become problems. For questions related to employment or education law topics, please email Miss Munin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Turetsky I have over 30 years of experience in Analytics, HCM, HR, Talent Management, Compensation, HRIS, and Human Resources Analytics as an analyst, manager, executive, consultant, and entrepreneur. My passion is manager empowerment and employee engagement through total rewards management and analytics. It has been the topic that I often present to large audiences at national HR conferences such as WorldatWork, HR Tech, SHRM, PIHRA, and APA. I have been published in WorldatWork Journal, HR Executive magazine, and in other publications. An article I wrote in WorkSpan magazine on compensation communication across generations has won multiple awards. The Fifth version of the Compensation Handbook by Lance Berger has a chapter I co-authored on Global Compensation. The Sixth (current edition) has a chapter I authored on HCM Analytics.
Robert (Bob) A. Schneider, PhD Experienced Executive Director with a demonstrated history of working in the transportation/trucking/railroad industry. Strong business development professional skilled in Policy Analysis, Transportation Planning, Editing, Public Speaking, and Grant Writing.
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SHRM or Consortium Member
Fee as of 9/1/2022 US $129.00
Fee as of 9/10/2022 US $169.00
Fee as of 9/1/2022 US $169.00
Fee as of 9/10/2022 US $199.00
Credit Status: Submitted for 5 HRCI & SHRM Professional Development Re-certification Credits