HR in the Middle: Ethics in HR Management

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Location:EANJ Training Room, Livingston
Sponsored by:EANJ

Lippmann v. Ethicon has brought ethics in human resource management into sharp relief. As "watchdog employee," HR managers are often "whistleblowers" by virtue of doing their jobs. Often caught in the middle between the duty of loyalty owed to her employer and the duty of care owed to employees, HR managers face many ethical dilemmas and also are protected by the Conscientious Employee Protection Act and other laws. To complicate matters, HR managers can face personal liability for violations of law, even when acting under the direction of her employer.

Join John Sarno, Esq. in this honest and open discussion about HR ethics and the legal standards and protections that are applicable to the complicated job of HR management.

John is president of the Employers Association of NJ and has been a speaker for SHRM on HR ethics. His insight is formed by intense study and hard practice and he teaches what he knows.

This session is recommended for graduates of EANJ's HR Law Certificate Program and other senior HR managers.

Location Information:

EANJ Training Room
30 West Mount Pleasant Avenue, Suite 202
Livingston, NJ  07039

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Registration Fees:

$75 per person (EANJ Member)


Substitutions are permitted, however in order to meet program commitments, cancellations made less than two (2) full working days before the program date or "no-shows", must be charged the full registration fee.  Cancellations should be submitted, in writing, to