In light of the new employment laws, regulatory changes, and recent court decisions, 2019 will impose new compliance challenges for California employers. With so many changes kicking in from January 1, you need to start preparing for 2019 now by updating your training and other employment policies. It will help stay out of legal trouble, costly settlements, and other employee-related problems later.
- The Fair Pay Act, prior salary history, and how it may impact hiring and employee compensation
- New laws governing sexual harassment, including, training, disclosure, and settlement
- Hiring inquiries—what background information may lawfully be collected about candidates for employment, including prior arrests and convictions
- Lactation accommodations—What are the new changes to the existing laws
- Gender representation on boards of directors
This webinar will bring you up to speed with:
Why Should You Attend?
Get the tools you need to comply with California’s new employment laws in this information-packed webinar by employment law expert Jennifer Raphael Komsky. Komsky will walk you through the most notable changes coming in 2019—such as the expanded new laws governing sexual harassment, hiring inquiries, changes to lactation accommodations, independent contractor relationships, minimum wages, and other employer obligations you can’t afford to ignore. She will also provide guidance on whether certain regulations apply, and how to implement the changes with the least possible disruption to your business.
After attending this webinar, you will be in a better position to comply with the myriad of newly enacted legislations impacting California employers. You will also know your additional obligations and duties as an employer to prevent and correct discriminatory, harassing, and retaliatory conduct.
- What you need to know about your independent contractor relationships
- Changes in the minimum salary required for exempt employees
- Learn the best methods for compliance with minimum salary requirements for non-exempt employees
- How to ensure compliance with new minimum wage ordinances that may affect your business
- Best methods of compliance with minimum salary requirements for non-exempt employees
- Additional obligations covering an employer’s affirmative duty to prevent and correct discriminatory, harassing and retaliatory conduct
Who will benefit?
- Business owners
- Human resources professionals
- Personnel in charge of ensuring compliance with California labor and employment laws
Jennifer Raphael Komsky earned her B.S. in 1994 from the University of California, Santa Barbara and earned her J.D. degree in 1997 at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. She was admitted to the State Bar in 1997. Current memberships include the State Bar of California and the Los Angeles County Bar Association.Prior to specializing in employment law, Jennifer practiced in the areas of medical malpractice defense and business litigation. She has focused on employment law exclusively for over 15 years, defending employers in all phases of litigation before State and Federal Courts and administrative agencies. Jennifer regularly …