Surviving to Thriving – Addressing HR Issues in a Post-Pandemic World May 24, 2022, 11:30am EDT May 24, 2022, 1:00pm EDT
Location:
Doylestown, PA, 18901

Surviving to Thriving – Addressing HR Issues in a Post-Pandemic World

Please join our speaker Christina Reger for an engaging interactive program discussing how businesses should address HR issues as we move out of the pandemic.

Topics discussed:

  • The status of business operations 
  • Business Tax considerations 
  • Reconfiguring your operations permanently – what to consider including what policies and procedures must be updated
  • Protecting against DOL issues
  • Addressing DEI – why it's important

This is a FREE webinar!

About the presenter:

Christina M. Reger is the founder of the Law Offices of Christina Reger, LLC now known as Loutel Law, a certified WBE. Tina handles litigation and counseling matters related to labor and employment for corporate, entrepreneurial and start-up enterprises.

Tina regularly counsels businesses on how to comply with the barrage of new employment laws, regulations, opinions and guidance from federal and state agencies. She prepares executive contracts, independent contractor agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements and severance agreements and conducts employment law audits, including review of employment law policies, analysis of classification of employees and independent contractors, wage and hour issues, and minimum wage compliance. 

Tina also has extensive experience in a variety of employment law litigation matters including business divorces, breach of employment contract disputes, unfair competition, discrimination and harassment, enforcement of restrictive covenants, business divorces and a wide variety of other general commercial litigation matters. She represents employers in both federal and state courts as well as in agency proceedings including the federal and state Departments of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC), and state unemployment agencies. Tina also assists clients in business formation including LLC registrations, creation of operating agreements, alternative dispute resolution and litigation involving partnership dissolutions.

Tina is a regular keynote presenter both regionally and nationally on employment law topics and legal ethics including pandemic and vaccine related issues, employee classification, discrimination, and retaliation and she frequently conducts sexual harassment training to organizations of all sizes. In addition, Tina is a regular presenter at seminars on employment law topics and legal ethics for the U.S. Small Business Administration, the National Business Institute, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Pennsylvania Society of Tax and Accounting, SCORE, and local trade organizations, as well as providing training to corporate clients of all sizes on a variety of employment law issues. 

She is the President-Elect of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Greater Philadelphia Chapter. She also sits on the Advisory Board of Victims Voice, a technology based company that provides victims of abuse a tool to preserve evidence and prosecute their abuser.

She has published articles in SHRM and the Philadelphia Business Journal and the Legal Intelligencer.

This year, Tina was recognized as a SuperLawyer by her peers. In 2020, Tina was named a Pennsylvania Trailblazer by the Legal Intelligencer. In 2019, Tina received an award by the YWCA Salute to Women Who Make a Difference. She was named an Emerging Leader by the Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer, and the Central Bucks Family YMCA in 2017 and Best Attorney in Business in Employment Law by Philly Biz Magazine in 2016. In 2015, she honored as a Brava Winner by Smart CEO. In 2013, she was named a Rising Star by Pennsylvania SuperLawyers.

Tina is active in her church and community and enjoys time with her loving husband and two boys.

Surviving to Thriving – Addressing HR Issues in a Post-Pandemic World