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The MJ-LEL program is "The Sh**!" Wait... can I say that here?

I said what I said… the MJ-LEL program is the BEST program! Let me tell you why.

Nearly two years ago I started a search for a graduate program that would take me on a deep dive to understanding employment laws. I really wanted to understand how I could better leverage what was happening in my workplace to the rights of the employees. Don’t get me wrong, I had a general understanding… HR and the laws that apply… right, as most of us do. But, I wanted to KNOW the law. I wanted to be able to understand what I was reading when I looked something up. If you have pondered on these same thoughts, then this is the program for you!

From the first few classes, I realized I had a lot to learn about the law. This program will give you a real look into how the decisions made in the workplace are viewed by agencies and the courts. The way the content is structured throughout the program helps you build your knowledge over each semester. You will learn how to conduct legal research, understand legal terms, and how to interpret the laws. This knowledge will help you understand how current laws, as well as changing laws impact your organization. By the end of the program, you will walk away with a new understanding of the law and how to apply the law to your work. The content is not the only thing you will take away from this program. You will graduate with a network of classmates and professors, who you will learn so much from. If you are willing to put in the time, you will get the most out of the MJ-LEL program. This is the most rewarding programs I have had the privilege of being a part of. I speak about this program often and encourage anyone in the HR community to look into it… and you should too!

The MJ-LEL Program is "The Sh**!" Wait... can I say that here? by Courtney Wingo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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