Seminar Information & Registration

2019 Seminars and Training

Scheduled Seminars

We will host the trainings below.  The cost to attend is $80 per person and includes the cost of training, materials, and refreshments.  These trainings are offered to employers, supervisors, managers, & attorneys.

Thursday, March 14, 2019, at the Snohomish County Human Resources Association’s March Chapter Meeting. Attend Seminar: Recent discrimination and free-speech cases as they relate to social media policies.

Annual Employment Law Update

Friday, April 19, 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  Get up-to-date on recent developments in Federal, State, and local law.

Mistaken Identity: Are you Properly Classifying Workers?

Friday, July 19, 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Attend this training to ensure you are accurately classifying workers as exempt/non-exempt and as employees/independent contractors.

Paid Family Medical Leave

Friday, September 20, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. This training will cover the details of paid family medical leave (PFML) and provide tips on coordinating PFML with other leave programs so that you will be prepared when PFML benefits become available to employees in January 2020.

Trainings Available Upon Request

These trainings are available upon request. They can occur at a location of the employers’ choice – whether it be at the employers’ business, at the Anderson Hunter Law Firm, or another suitable venue.

Anti-Discrimination & Anti-Harassment

This training provides the basics of discrimination and harassment and provides tips on how to avoid being the recipient of a discrimination complaint and what to do when discrimination occurs. It is essential in the environment of #MeToo movement.

Supervisors 101

Ensure your supervisors are familiarized with the employment law basics. This training will provide an introduction on a breadth of issues, including recognizing requests for leave and disability accommodations, conducting effective performance reviews, and knowing when to coordinate with HR.

Performance Reviews, Progressive Discipline, & Thoughtful Termination

Learn how to provide effective performance reviews, work through the progressive discipline chain, and decrease liability when conducting terminations. This training will provide tips on navigating discipline in the context of complex leave laws. It is tailored for HR professionals & all levels of management.

If you are interested in any of the above-trainings or would like a custom training designed for you, contact attorney Jordan Stephens at

Anderson Hunter has always delivered quality service. They are one of the few firms that make a connection on a personal level. I have never been disappointed when working with them.

Charlie Anderson

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