Human Resources Management Students Ask An Employment Lawyer
Gary Savine returned for the third time to lead the “Ask an Employment Lawyer” discussion as part of the Human Resources Management Certificate Program offered by the College of DuPage (COD).
“Human resources and employment law are about what happens in people’s working lives. We deal with complex issues that can affect someone’s livelihood,” says employment lawyer, Gary Savine, principal, Savine Employment Law, Ltd., “I enjoy talking to human resources management students about real issues I’ve dealt with. They always give me something to think about, as well.”
Jane Murtaugh, program chair and professor of Human Resources Management at COD, says, “The realities [Gary] bring(s) into the classroom are important for these emerging HR leaders – [Gary’s] continued support of human resources management certificate students means the world to me!”
Dwight Klein, human resources mentor program coordinator at Loyola University Chicago, says, “… I thought the students posed some very strong and timely questions of Gary to gain a better understanding of how employment law plays apart in the everyday work life. [Gary’s] responses really gave them some terrific perspective on how a human resources practitioner needs to factor laws into a myriad of real world scenarios.”
Gary Savine often presents to HR students and managers. Contact us to find out how to add him to your next seminar or panel!
Gary Savine is an Illinois employment lawyer and founder of Savine Employment Law, Ltd. in Chicago. Gary regularly advises human resources professionals on recently enacted employment laws.