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.

Webinar: COVID-19:  Expanding and Evolving Employment Laws


It seems like every week the employment laws around COVID-19 are expanding and evolving. To remain up-to-date, watch our webinar and get insights into the latest news around the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act.

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Seats Filling Fast for 2019 Employment Law Updates in January


and 1,016 of them were signed into law. Dozens of new laws will affect employers in 2019, but some won’t have an impact until 2020 or 2021. Another option is the 90-minute live webinar on January 31, 2019. Register now before seats fill 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.

Webinar: Furlough Q&A with a HR Director | myhrtoolkit


Our recent webinar on furlough and holiday carry over in the context of COVID-19 proved so popular that we invited back HR Director and experienced business owner Tracey Hudson (of The HR Dept) to answer your most burning questions on furlough in a special Furlough Q&A webinar!

Webinar: Furlough and holiday carry over updates for COVID-19


To help support our users and the SME business community at large, we are running a series of webinars bringing together the subject matter experts to address today’s critical issues. Employment law HR Resources

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From Marijuana To #MeToo—Top Employment Law Updates For 2019


This article is a recap of a recent webinar featuring Kate Bischoff from tHRive Law & Consulting. Employment law changes tend to come in waves, driven by public perceptions of what’s fair for workers.

Webinar: off-payroll working (IR35) – who’s in, and who’s out?


Join our upcoming webinar at 11am on Thursday 13 February as we discuss the intricacies of IR35. Everyone who registers for the webinar will receive a video recording of the broadcast, so if you can’t attend on the day, please sign up to receive the recording.

Free Webinar – Compliance, Culture and Communication during Coronavirus

Civility Partners

This morning I did a webinar with employment law attorney extraordinaire, Jenna Leyton-Jones, on the topic of, Compliance, Culture and Communication During Coronavirus.

Global Business: Ask the Experts Webinar Series

Global Upside

Global Business: Ask the Experts Webinar Series. April 8th, 2020 at 11:00 am PST. Register for the Webinar. In this Global Chamber webinar we consult 3 experts in the field: Shane Jacobs , Marco Roberts, and Lucie Newcomb.

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. This webinar is approved for 1.5

[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.

You’ll Leave Our New Laws Seminars Well Trained, That’s Fur Sure


That’s what Goldie (HR’s Best Friend) and CalChamber want California employers to know when you attend a 2020 Employment Law Updates seminar in January. Our employment law experts will explain new California and federal laws and field questions along the way. “We’ll

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.

How simple employment checks can protect your organisation


Why are employment checks important and what checks should be carried out in addition to the legal requirements? In a recent CIPHR webinar, Tony Machin of Trust ID and Doug Beavis of Credence shared their thoughts. Why carry out employment checks? Employment reference checks.

IR35 guidance: five actions to take now


With IR35 changes due to take effect in the UK on 6 April 2020, Julian Ball from Paystream shared advice for employers and HR professionals in a recent CIPHR webinar. When doing so, Ball added that employers must ensure answers given to questions in CEST are consistent. “We

Don’t Miss This: Rules for Remote and Traveling Employees


Don’t miss this relevant webinar on compliance requirements for remote and traveling workers. While this continuing trend offers many advantages, it requires careful consideration of how California’s employment laws address remote and traveling workers.

Five tips to help HR apply and comply with the SMCR


Andrew Pullman and Michele MacKinnon of People Risk Solutions shared their top tips and techniques for complying with the SMCR in a recent CIPHR webinar . But only a third (36%) of webinar attendees said that their HR teams were key players in rolling out the SMCR in their companies. .

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


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. Live Webinar: Independent Contractors — Dynamex , AB 5 and Beyond.

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. Luckily, for most employers, the technology and communications infrastructure needed for successful remote work are available to employees. And, with financial stress impacting almost every employee, it is a good time to investigate options like daily pay, subsidized loans, and free access to financial education webinars.

Coronavirus and compliance: Obligations Under FMLA, ADA and Title VII

HR Morning

Employers are scrambling to determine what they should be doing now to prepare for the very frightening and growing threat of the coronavirus. Employers are taking a serious look at how they can keep their businesses operating and protect employees.

Get Your Business in Shape with the Homebase Compliance Toolkit


It’s no surprise that when we surveyed business owners, 30% of them acknowledged that they didn’t know if any of the new labor laws in 2020 would impact them. So we’ve put together a few tools to help local businesses stay on top of federal and state employment laws.

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. Join Michelle Coussens for a deep dive into these issues at her Premier Learning Solutions webinar.

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.

How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacting Employment Background Checks?


Editor’s note: This blog was updated on April 30, 2020, to reflect new information regarding drug screening labs, and additional FAQs related to COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we approach employment background checks.

Chaos Around COVID-19 May Have Caused You to Miss These 8 New Compliance Laws


But despite our unusual, unprecedented circumstances and new way of operating our businesses, there are compliance laws going into effect that you, as employers, need to know about to mitigate risk to your business. Federal Laws & Regulations. State & Local Laws.

Five Brexit scenarios that HR teams can plan for now


Although the precise details of UK immigration and employment law are still to be determined, there’s plenty that HR teams can do now to support EU-national staff. Transition – from 29 March 2019 until 31 December 2020. How UK immigration law currently works.

Leveraging the Jungle Gym Career Path – Organic Growth Brings Forth Invaluable Insight


Oh well thank you Bennett and I’m alwaysso excited to be with your guests I see that we’ve got quite a few attendees on today’s webinar so thank you so much for joining us and I’m also delighted to to reconnect with Marie.

The Source: Weekly Roundup – April 15th, 2019


In this week's edition, we discuss important employment law updates that you should be watching, how to use social media for recruiting, the new trend of 'adulting' benefits and more! What Amazon’s Health Tech Update Means For Employers.

Action HR can take now to prepare for Brexit


If your organisation currently employs European Union nationals, here are five steps you need to take now – before the UK leaves the EU. In fact, nearly half (49%) of respondents to a recent CIPHR webinar poll said they were confused about Brexit’s impact, and what actions they needed to take.

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.

CBO: $194 Billion Deficit Increase If Key ACA Subsidies End In 2017

HR Daily Advisor

The number of people uninsured would be slightly higher in 2018 but slightly lower starting in 2020.”. Federal deficits would increase by $6 billion in 2018, $21 billion in 2020, and $26 billion in 2026. She received her law degree from the New York University School of Law and her B.A.

Managing Paid Leave in 2018


Unfortunately, many employees don’t qualify under the law or can’t afford to miss out on wages. But with more local laws and programs popping up, managing compliance has become trickier. At HR Redefined 2018 , the Guardian Life team shared how employers can make sense of it all. Using over five years of research, the presenters discussed current trends, new and upcoming laws, and best practices for managing leave. The field of human resources is changing.

ACA Repeal Proposal Released; Cadillac Tax Remains

HR Daily Advisor

While there had been talk of capping the longstanding tax exclusion for employer-provided health insurance—which would have shifted costs to individuals rather than employers—there is no such cap in the current proposal. Employer and Individual Mandates Gone … Retroactively.

U.S. Representative Introduces Bill to Repeal Cadillac Tax

HR Daily Advisor

The provision, which is currently slated to go into effect January 1, 2020, would impose a 40% excise tax on all employer-provided health insurance plans valued at more than $10,200 for individual coverage and $27,500 for families. On January 4, U.S.