Last Friday, OSBA hosted its annual Sports Law Workshop in a virtual format. Thanks to all of the school staff who attended the workshop and to all of the experts who shared their time and excellent information.
We, at OSBA, would like for all members to be able to attend all of our workshops but we know that is unattainable. We understand everyone’s busy schedules and other obligations.
Along with a new year comes new obligations and requirements that schools must meet with respect to Workers Compensation. One of the easiest ways to stay up-to-date is by attending one of the upcoming SchoolComp workshops to hear the latest on workers compensation, rates, filing deadlines, retrospective and group requirements, unemployment, MCO and BWC updates, and safety training.
Welcome to 2020! As you update your calendars for a new year, please remember that OSBA offers many tools and resources to help you keep track of important legal deadlines, upcoming workshops and seminars, and other important dates. These include:
OSBA hosts workshops for new board members in January and workshops for veteran board members in February. New board of education members are invited to register for one of our four Board Member 101: Survival Kit for Your First 90 Days in Office.
Join the Division of Legal Services at OSBA’s offices on Friday, Sept. 6 for our second collective bargaining workshop. The program will cover the bargaining process, current issues and some difficult subjects in school negotiations. You will also leave with important tips for effective bargaining and discuss some frequently exchanged bargaining proposals.
The Division of Legal Services is offering the following two upcoming events this month:
On June 7 the Ohio Council of School Board Attorneys (OCSBA) will host the annual OCSBA School Attorney Workshop at the Renaissance Columbus Westerville-Polaris Hotel. This year’s agenda includes:
On April 12, OSBA’s Division of Legal Services will host its annual spring Diversity and Inclusion Workshop from 9a.m.-3p.m. at OSBA’s office in Columbus. This year’s spring workshop will include practical recommendations on a number of important and timely topics.