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May 28 Worland Women's Roundtable looks at legal issues in the workplace

Posted May 21, 2009
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WORLAND, Wyo. - Local attorney Wendy Press Sweeny will discuss "Legal Issues in the Workplace" at the Thursday, May 28, Worland Women's Business Roundtable. The program gets underway in the Northwest College Worland Center at noon, with networking opportunities starting at 11:45 a.m.

Sweeny, a former Washakie County prosecuting attorney, will address a variety of issues, from employment handbooks, to hiring and firing practices, what constitutes a hostile work environment, and employer obligations to provide time off for voting and National Guard service.

Employers and employees are both encouraged to bring their own questions to pose for Sweeny.

Admission is free and includes lunch. Click here to reserve a seat, or call (307) 347-8541 or (800) 560-4692, ext. 7980 by Wednesday, May. 27.

The Worland Women's Roundtable is sponsored by Big West Autoplex through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and Northwest College Center for Training and Development. The NWC Worland Center is located in the Worland Community Center Complex.