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Employment Law 2020: Are You Prepared and Protected?

Ultimate Software

It’s a brand-new decade, and employment law changes are occurring at a breakneck speed right alongside technological innovation. Trends and best practices in employment law have evolved dramatically in recent years, and it can be hard for HR practitioners to keep up.

Podcast Shares Questions Asked Most Often at Employment Law Updates Seminars


The California Chamber of Commerce employment law team has been on the road throughout January, conducting Employment Law Updates seminars and explaining changes that transpired over the previous year that impact workplace practices and policies.

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Upcoming Webinar Addresses Tight Labor Market


CalChamber’s webinar helps California employers navigate the challenges of recruitment in 2020. All the while, employment trends show an increase in job mobility among workers as the quest for more flexibility, life/work balance and workplace perks are on the rise.

Compliance During a Crisis: What You Need to Know About Absence and Leave Laws

Workforce Software

View this on-demand webinar as WorkForce Software’s Director of Compliance, Paul Kramer, as he shares the absence and leave laws in place today and discusses emerging rules and guidance.

March 19 Webinar Tackles Tough Decisions


Reasons for disciplining and terminating employees run the gamut — but blindsiding employees by firing them can create serious issues for employers given California’s strong legal protections for employees. Date: Thursday, March 19, 2020. Time: 10 a.m. –

[May 21 Webinar] Creating a Return to Work Plan for Your California Employees


On May 7, 2020, Governor Newsom released industry guidance allowing for a gradual reopening of California’s economy. Join our California employment law experts on May 21 when they discuss factors to consider and tips to remember as you prepare to reopen. Time: 10 a.m. –

November Webinar Prepares Employers for AB 5’s New ‘ABC’ Test


Time to re-evaluate if your independent contractors should actually be employees. AB 5, the sweeping new law recently signed by Governor Gavin Newsom, dramatically changes how employers classify workers as independent contractors or employees, starting January 1, 2020.

5 ways the COVID-19 crisis will transform HR’s role

HR Morning

Human Resources is at the front lines of employers’ response to the COVID-19 crisis. And that is a good thing, because, in addition to workers moving to remote temporarily as we weather this crisis, many will continue working remotely at least part of the time after businesses re-open their doors. Luckily, for most employers, the technology and communications infrastructure needed for successful remote work are available to employees.

4 keys to a successful remote work strategy, when you have to close your doors

HR Morning

Regardless of size, employers are having to adjust to a big change: going from seeing workers on site every day to having most employees working from home. For many workers, this crisis will be the first time they have worked remotely for more than a day or two.

Your HR Recommendations Being Dismissed? Helpful Tips on What to Do


Whether they need to mediate workplace conflict or craft policies that comply with state and federal laws, the advice HR professionals provide can be an invaluable asset to businesses. Human resources professionals often have some of the most difficult conversations in the workplace.

The Top 10 HR Conferences You Should Know About


The Top Human Resources Conferences for 2020. SHRM Talent Conference & Exposition 2020. April 20-22, 2020. 2020 SHRM Employment Law & Legislative Conference. March 16-18, 2020. Talent Connect 2020. October 14–16, 2020. May 2020.