Thursday, July 29, 2010, 10 am PT/1 pm ET
Speaker: Neil Alexander, Shareholder, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Moderator: Penny Queller, Director, Strategic Solutions, Staffing Industry Analysts
The legal environment for contingent work is changing rapidly. From court rulings to new legislation to changes in regulations, the flow of new information to keep up with can be daunting. And just ignoring those changes can be costly to you and your contingent workforce program if you aren't prepared.
This information-packed webinar will help you sift through the merely interesting developments to find those that are truly important. Attendees will get a concise update on the most critical changes that will affect contingent work at the local, state and national levels. All of it brought to you by the employment law experts at Littler Mendelson, the nation's leading law firm focused on providing employment law counsel to corporations.
About the Speaker: Neil Alexander, Shareholder, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Mr. Alexander is a Shareholder in Littler's Phoenix office. He is a trial attorney who regularly defends companies against claims of wrongful termination, unfair competition and trade secret violations, noncompetition agreements, whistleblower claims, harassment and discrimination claims. Mr. Alexander is co-chair of Littler's Contingent Worker Practice Group, which focuses on the legal issues that arise out of staffing firm and PEO relationships. He is also a member of the Healthcare and Privacy Litigation Practice Groups. Alexander also assists companies with preventative counseling, including telephone advice, reviewing and revising employee handbooks and policies and conducting in-house training on employment related topics.
About the Moderator: Penny Queller, Director, Strategic Solutions, Staffing Industry Analysts
Penny Queller has recently joined SIA in a Strategic Solutions role.
Queller has seventeen years of experience in the staffing services and recruitment industry; four at the executive level with fast-track career advancement in two Fortune 1000 companies: Spherion and Adecco. She's led sales, account management, talent acquisition, and corporate development strategies and worked successfully in matrix organizations to develop and deliver results on key local, regional and enterprise initiatives. As an effective sales/solutions executive, she has extensive experience delivering integrated service offerings to include master supplier, VMS/MSP, RPO, BPO, consulting services and channel partner alliances. Additionally, her experience enables her to provide consultation to staffing industry executives as well as Fortune 1000 companies that seek cutting-edge solutions for talent acquisition. She is known and respected as an outstanding leader, communicator and trusted advisor with a passion for results.
Penny Queller's Areas of specialty:
Channel Partner Strategies, Customer relationship management, Sales Channel build and alternatives to market, Sales force effectiveness, CW procurement strategies, Vendor consolidation, CW program management/optimization, Change management and program adaptation