Tue, Mar 09 | Live Webinar

COE – Hiring Seasonal Employees

Many employers rely on seasonal labor to meet fluctuations in business activity. In the summer, businesses hiring seasonal workers may include hospitality, landscaping, agriculture, travel, and recreation.

Time & Location

Mar 09, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Live Webinar

About the Event

Many employers rely on seasonal labor to meet fluctuations in business activity. In the summer, businesses hiring seasonal workers may include hospitality, landscaping, agriculture, travel, and recreation. It is important as a business owner to understand the requirements in hiring seasonal workers and minor employees in order to stay compliant with all state and federal hiring regulations and HR best practices.  Join us as we'll discuss:

· What defines a seasonal employee

· State/ Federal regulations

· Hiring minors in Pennsylvania

· Managing your seasonal employee

Presented by: Joanna Forbes, SHRM-CP, Forbes Human Resources, LLC

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