SHRM meeting to highlight employment law updates

Posted on Apr 19 2019


The May meeting of the Society for Human Resource Management-NMI Chapter will feature two labor experts who will provide updates on laws governing employment in the region.

Keith Sonderling, acting administrator and deputy administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, will be discussing the agency’s Proposed 541 Salary Rule Change, the Payroll Audit Independent Determination, or “PAID,” program, and related topics.

Vince Camacho, SHRM Guam’s vice president of legislative affairs and managing principal of the Camacho Calvo Law Group, will provide updates on employment laws and regulations, including the American Worker Initiative, issues before the U.S. Supreme Court, free speech in the workplace, and impact of marijuana legislation in the workplace.

The SHRM-NMI Chapter membership meeting will be on May 9, 2019, a Thursday, at the Hyatt Regency Saipan’s ballroom. Registration starts at 10:30am and meeting will begin promptly at 11am and end at 2:30pm. This will include an hour break for lunch and networking.

This is open to the public and includes morning refreshments and a Hyatt lunch buffet at the cost of $35 for SHRM/CNMI Bar Association members and $45 for non-members.

Seating is limited and you are strongly encouraged to reserve a seat by contacting Penny Jones at or Denise Montenegro at or by telephone at 323-5867/68.

The SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. The NMI Chapter is affiliated with the national organization.

For more information about the NMI Chapter, visit or like it on Facebook at SHRM NMI. (PR)

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