California Employment Law Update for 2017: How to Ensure Compliance

recording California Employment Law Update for 2017: How to Ensure Compliance

You Will Learn:

Best practices to maximize California employment law compliance surrounding:

  • Wage and hour law, including minimum wage and overtime;
  • Expanded discrimination and retaliation protections, including significant amendments to the Fair Pay Act;
  • Leaves of absence, including new hire notification requirements; and
  • Background checks.
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Are you sure you’re in compliance?

California is always at the forefront when it comes to new developments in employment law. In fact, employers in the Golden State need to be in compliance with a myriad of workplace-related regulations and laws going into effect on January 1.

Compliance risks are trickier in California than in any other state – and the deck is stacked against employers trying to comply with them…

Savvy employers know the best way to ensure you’re on top of all these notable changes is to attend C4CM’s California Law Update, presented by leading California employment law attorney, Jonathan Siegel of Jackson Lewis.

Learning Objectives

This program combines a comprehensive review of recent legal developments, an in-depth analysis of newly minted regulations, and practical guidance about best practices to maximize employment law compliance and mitigate legal risk.

  • Wage and hour law, including minimum wage and overtime;
  • Expanded discrimination and retaliation protections, including significant amendments to the Fair Pay Act;
  • Leaves of absence, including new hire notification requirements; and
  • Background checks.

Whether your organization is already employing in California, or you are considering it, this comprehensive program will bring you up-to-date on:

  • Discrimination and retaliation protections
  • Immigration-related practices
  • Workplace safety
  • Gender-neutral bathrooms
  • New industry-specific posting and notice requirements
  • Midyear updates to laws and regulations, including:
    • New FEHA requirements for harassment prevention training (4/2016)
    • New federal overtime rule (12/2016)
  • Pending regulatory changes, particularly state rest break requirements
  • Court cases from 2016
  • Practical compliance tactics to help employers

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Faculty

Jonathan A. Siegel
Jonathan A. Siegel
Principal, Jackson Lewis

Jonathan A. Siegel is one of the founding Principals of the Orange County, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He practices before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, state and federal agencies and courts.

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