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Ohio University-Zanesville to host US DOL and EEOC seminar

ZANESVILLE, Ohio (Nov. 22, 2004) -- Human Resource professionals and business owners are invited to attend the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) seminar at Ohio University-Zanesville. The seminar will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 7, in the Campus Center Room 430.

The seminar will cover the Fair Labor Standards Act, overtime, salaries and overtime requirements, child labor laws, Americans with Disabilities Act, 401K, OSHA regulations and the Family and Medical Leave Act. By obtaining the knowledge of EEOC laws and the Department of Labor expectations, businesses can protect themselves and their employees.

Knowledge is the business owner and human resource manager's best defense to ensure compliance with DOL and EEOC regulations. Ohio University-Zanesville partnership with the Department of Labor and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission demonstrates the university's commitment to providing pertinent and timely professional development opportunities for businesses and industries.

The Ohio University-Zanesville Office of Continuing Education provides both campus-based and off-site consultative training for local business and industry. Comprehensive workforce training and development resources are provided that focus upon organizational development and employee and professional performance improvement.

Please register by Nov. 26. For more information on the seminar contact Cindy Oliver, Office of Continuing Education, at (740) 588-1400 or e-mail ouzconted@ohio.edu.

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Media Contact: Christine Shaw, (740) 588-1509 or ouzpr@ohio.edu  

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