Canadian businesses with operations in the United States should be aware that the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission recently issued antitrust guidance for human resource professionals and others who are involved in hiring and compensation decisions. The guidance warns of criminal prosecution against companies, human resource professionals and other individuals for formal and informal wage-fixing or no-poaching agreements between companies. The agencies also encourage companies, human resource professionals and other individuals to quickly report antitrust violations to the Department of Justice under its Corporate and Individual Leniency Policies. To learn more about the guidance, please read our client alert.
We also invite you to join our upcoming webinar: How to Be Your Company’s Superhero: Surviving Federal Agency Scrutiny of HR Practices. Our panel of top employment and antitrust lawyers, Mark Hamer, Cynthia Jackson, Celina Joachim, and Ryan Vann, will discuss the antitrust guidance, the recent Securities and Exchange Commission and Occupational Safety and Health Administration focus on confidentiality clauses, including release and waiver form language, and how you can be a superhero by proactively revising your company’s HR practices, forms, and compliance training, now. Register now for this complimentary webinar!
|Wednesday, November 30, 2016
|12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PT; 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm MT; 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm CT; 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET
|Debra Pearlman at firstname.lastname@example.org