California HR Law for 2013: New Rulings, Regulations, and Legislation - on CD
By October 2012, Governor Jerry Brown signed a number of new employment statutes that will affect employers based in California and also those who have staff there, which means the cheers of “Happy New Year” will have barely left the air before a bevy of new laws and regulations will start affecting your organization for 2013 and beyond.
In order to keep your organization in compliance in the new year, it's crucial to get up to date on what's new in California employment law and what court decisions will impact your organization, including the latest California Supreme Court clarification on your meal and rest period obligations.
Start the year off on the right foot with this interactive webinar for California HR professionals.
You'll learn answers to these questions and more:
- Changes to Fair Employment and Housing Act: California’s anti-discrimination statute now clearly requires employers to reasonably accommodate religious dress and grooming practices and has expanded the definition of “sex” to include breastfeeding -- what does this mean for employers?
- Written Commission Agreements: A new regulation states that employers must provide commission-based employees with a contract outlining their agreements -- What kind of additional paperwork does this require and to whom does it apply?
- Social Media: AB 1844 limits an employer’s ability to access job applicant or employee blogs, Facebook pages, and other personal social media -- but what are the exceptions?
- Personnel Record and Wage Statement Requirements: New bills amend existing laws regarding wage statements to add new requirements for certain employers and clarify employer obligations regarding employee personnel records -- Which employers will need to add information to wage statements? Who can access employee personnel records, and what are the limitations?
In just 90 minutes, you'll learn everything you need to know about the face of California employment law in 2013. Order now!
About your presenter:
Attorney Marc L. Jacuzzi is a shareholder at the South San Francisco-based law firm of Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi P.C. Mr. Jacuzzi has broad experience in employment law matters. He has represented numerous employers as defendants in civil rights actions, including claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and more.