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Jessica Pecoraro and Mari Kaluza to Present on Employment Law and the Hiring Process

March 4, 2014

Jessica Pecoraro and Mari Kaluza will present a 1-hour discussion on the hiring process during a seminar hosted by Larsen Design & Interactive, a design firm specializing in design, branding, marketing, and interactive, on March 4, 2014. Their presentation, "What do you mean I can't consider that when making a hiring decision?" will highlight EEOC guidance on the use of arrest and conviction records; the use of social media in hiring and other employment decisions; and Minnesota's "ban the box" law. Jessica and Mari will provide practical tips on how to structure the hiring process and minimize risk in obtaining and using information in employment decisions.

Jessica Pecoraro, partner and head of Maslon's Labor & Employment Group, works with employers to obtain solutions in various types of employment disputes. She counsels employers in numerous aspects of employment law including discrimination, harassment, wage and hour law compliance, military leave laws, personnel policy development and review, employment agreements, drug testing, and discipline and discharge issues. Jessica also advises employers with regard to labor issues concerning union organizing campaigns, unfair labor practice charge responses, and labor strikes.

Mari Kaluza is a member of Maslon's Labor & Employment Group. She counsels employers on a broad range of employment issues, and represents employers in administrative proceedings and through various stages of litigation. Mari has counseled employers through many aspects of the employment relationship and with regard to preparing employment agreements and policies. She also has prepared articles and presentations for employers on a variety of employment-related topics, including wage and hour compliance, discrimination, harassment, leaves of absence, non-compete agreements, and significant changes or developments in the law.


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