Wednesday, June 3, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT
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Matt Miller 
Building for Tomorrow Leadership Development 

Employment Law for Conservation Districts Webinar Series 

Adam Long of McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC will present a webinar series on Employment Law for Conservation Districts, scheduled for Wednesdays June 3, July 8, and August 5 from 1pm – 3pm.  Conservation District Managers and Directors are encouraged to attend.

Wednesday June 3                        1:00pm – 3:00pm

  • Key Hiring Considerations for Employers (mandatory background checks for volunteers and employees, interviews, advertisements, etc.)
  • Furloughs & Layoffs
  • Workplace, Work-from-Home, and Leave Policies (social media, cell phone, paid leave, parental leave & FMLA policies, etc.)

 Wednesday July 8             1:00pm – 3:00pm

  • Harassment Training
  • Managing Employee Absences

Wednesday August 5        1:00pm – 3:00pm

  • Wage, Hour and Employee Classification (comp time, independent contractors, “off-duty” work, overtime exemption tests, and other critical wage and hour compliance issues)
  • Best Practices for Employee Management (confidentiality and communication issues, when to get legal help, and guidance on addressing employee conduct and performance concerns)


Adam Long practices in the Labor and Employment Law Practice Group at McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, where he represents employers in single plaintiff and class-based employment litigation matters and provides advice and counseling to employers on a wide range of labor and employment law issues. Adam has worked with Building for Tomorrow to present on employment law and management topics for Conservation Districts for over 10 years.



Once your registration has been approved, you will be sent links with instructions to complete your registration for each of the three webinar sessions.

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Financial and other support for the Building for Tomorrow Leadership Development Program is provided through a grant from the Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission.  Guidance for the Program is provided through the Pennsylvania Conservation Partnership’s Leadership Development Committee.