Breakfast to Business is a quarterly program presented by LSU Executive Education. The aim of the program is to provide timely, practical information and solutions regarding current business topics that affect the Baton Rouge community from a local, regional, and national perspective.
Topic: Prepare for the New
Wave of Employment Litigation
Breakfast to Business
Date: August 30 from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Location: Room 1225, LSU Business Education Complex
Wage-and-hour cases are currently the most active types of litigation in the
employment law area. This Breakfast to Business will provide you with
guidance on addressing Fair Labor Standards Act employment issues surrounding
such topics as:
- New Overtime Provisions
- Deductions from Employee Wages
- Exempt vs. Nonexempt Misclassification
- How to Handle Bonuses, Per Diems etc. in Employee’s Pay Rate
- How to Handle Comp Time, Travel Time, Rest/Meal Breaks, On-Call
Time, Training Time and Pre-Work and Post-Work Activities
Presented by Thomas Kiggans, Partner at Phelps
Dunbar, LLP. For more information on the program, or for Mr. Kiggans’ bio,
please view here
Topic: Breaking Bad: How
Your Emotions Impact Your Business and Financial Situation
Date: Thursday, November 3 from 7:30 – 8:30 am
Location: Room 1420, LSU Business Education Complex
Fear, anxiety, angst and uncertainty are waiting for us at every glance of our
TV’s and social media sites these days. It is a given that vision, strategy,
mission, team building and execution are all crucial pieces of building a
successful business and financial future. But most are overlooking,
underestimating or minimizing the role that emotion and behavior play on the
path to success.
this entertaining presentation, Pete Bush, CFP®, founder and CEO of Horizon
Wealth Management, will share specific strategies he’s used over his 25 year
career as an entrepreneur and financial advisor to many of the area’s top
business leaders to help them build, increase or restore their confidence in
planning for a successful financial future.
Registration costs $25 per participant. Register today!
Networking panel, Making the Most of Business
Networking in Baton Rouge
Ed Leachman, Disaster-Proof Your Business with a Continuity Plan
Michelle Boullion, Building Self-Awareness with the DISC Behaviors Assessment
Entrepreneurship panel, Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week
Lisa Traina, Cyber Security: Minimizing your Risk
Heather Esposito, Are you LinkedIn?
John Georges, Tales From a Serial Entrepreneur
F. King Alexander, Looking Beyond My First 30 Days at LSU
Aaron Dirks, Train to be a World Class Entrepreneur
Karleen Green, The Affordable Healthcare Act