Carrie Francis, Sharon Ng to Present at National NNAHRA Conference
Their presentation is at 2:45 p.m. Sept. 26 and is entitled "A Job Worth Doing: Updating Job Descriptions from a Human Resource, Organizational Development and Legal Perspective." Sharon and Carrie will cover:
- How to create and maintain effective job descriptions; job analysis
- How job descriptions are used on a day-to-day basis
- Practices and policies to ensure proper review and the update of job descriptions
- How to effectively use the job description for Indian and Tribal Preference screening and selection
- How job descriptions are used in grievances or wrongful termination and discrimination lawsuits
NNAHRA’s annual conference is a Tribal Human Resource network where tribal governments and enterprises can communicate and share information relative to their respective human resources needs. In addition, numerous educational resources in several tracks are provide to the attendees to provide up to date legislation and further their education and knowledge to address the real-life situations faced by HR professionals working for or providing services to tribes on a daily basis.
Carrie is a partner in the firm's Phoenix office. She defends employers on a broad range of employment matters throughout several state and federal jurisdictions across the country. She has particular expertise in complex state and federal wage and hour litigation claims, including single-plaintiff, government-prosecuted, class or collective-action FLSA and state wage/hour matters.
Sharon is a partner in the firm's Phoenix office. She serves as the chair of the firm's Tribal Law and Governance practice group. Sharon is a practical litigator who represents businesses as plaintiffs or defendants in commercial disputes. She has represented major financial institutions, privately and publicly held corporations, municipalities, technology start-ups, and international corporations.
For more information on the conference, or to register, visit the NNAHRA's website.