On the Road: Employment Law Updates Seminars

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The New Year brings many things — resolutions, cold weather and CalChamber’s annual Employment Law Updates seminars. Our seminars are sell-out shows and currently seats are only available for the San Francisco seminar on January 28. Last week, our employment law experts packed their bags and began the annual seminar road trip with a visit to Southern California. Numerous new laws, cases and pending regulations entertained attendees.

Free employment law seminar, 24 October, Crawley

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Join us and legal experts DMH Stallard to get up to speed with the latest employment law developments. HR professionals in the Crawley area who are looking to brush up on their employment law expertise won’t want to be miss this free seminar, co-hosted by CIPHR with legal experts DMH Stallard , on Thursday 24 October. The free breakfast event will cover hot HR topics such as flexible working, determining employment status, and managing under-performing workers.

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Employment Law Updates Seminars Ready You for 2017

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The 2016 legislative session produced new laws affecting California employers’ day-to-day operations and policies in 2017 and beyond. Some of the new laws, such as the minimum wage increase, make significant changes to California’s legal landscape. Other new laws make small changes to different parts of existing law or may affect only employers in specific industries. Can’t make it to any of the seminar dates? Register now!

Most Popular Questions From HR Seminar

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Typically, around this time of year, the CalChamber’s top employment law experts travel throughout California to hold Employment Laws Update seminars. Missed our virtual Employment Law Updates seminars? NonCOVID-19 Laws.

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

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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

Seats Filling Fast for 2019 Employment Law Updates in January

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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. Many of the new laws stem from the #MeToo movement and strengthen harassment protections, while others clear up ambiguities in laws that took effect in 2018, such as the ban on asking about an applicant’s salary history. Every year, these informative seminars sell out. Can’t attend any of the seminar dates?

Know What’s New for 2016 by Attending CalChamber’s Employment Law Updates Seminar

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Governor Brown signed significant employment-related legislation into law for 2016. For clear explanations of your employer obligations, take a seat at one of CalChamber’s 2016 Employment Law Updates seminars in January. You’ll find a lot of compliance guidance packed into this annual half-day seminar in locations throughout California. agrees: “I regularly attend CalChamber’s Employment Law Updates seminar and always learn something new.

HR Boot Camp and Leaves of Absence Seminars Go Virtual

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As part of the ongoing effort to promote safe social distancing, CalChamber’s in-person seminars are going virtual. Join our California employment law experts live from our CalChamber studio and submit your questions throughout the presentation via Zoom.

Secure Your Seat Before These New Laws Events Sell Out

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Lawmakers responded with Governor Gavin Newsom signing COVID-19-related bills into law — some that went into effect immediately and others that start on January 1, 2021. How will these and California’s other newest laws alter your workplace practices and policies?

New Year, New California Employment Laws.

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A parental leave mandate for smaller employers, plus new hiring restrictions, are just a few of the significant changes that take effect on January 1, 2018. Don’t miss CalChamber’s 2018 Employment Law Updates seminars in January throughout California from 8:30 a.m. Join our employment law experts in person for a comprehensive review and discussion of recent updates to California and federal employment laws. General employment law update

Annual January Seminars Offer Insights on Paid Sick Leave and Other 2015 Employment Laws

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California recently enacted many noteworthy laws that will affect the day-to-day operations, practices and policies of California businesses in 2015. Mandatory paid sick leave makes significant changes to California’s legal landscape, while additional laws and regulations address immigration-related practices, employer contractor liability, unemployment insurance and other employer requirements. Seminar Locations and Dates.

California Law for Employers Located Out of State Part of Fall Seminar Lineup

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Meet in person with our California employment law experts for in-depth, interactive training events. Fall is almost here but now’s the time to secure your seat for CalChamber’s HR compliance seminars. On October 3, 2019, join our employment law experts in Los Angeles for a comprehensive review of California’s most litigated employment laws, plus a thorough look at employment issues unique to California. One-Day Seminars: 8:30 a.m.

Leave This Seminar With the Compliance Answers You Need

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Don’t be after you attend CalChamber’s popular “Leaves of Absence: Making Sense of It All” seminar. Our employment law experts walk you through paid sick leave, pregnancy disability leave and other rather complicated leave laws in California. Navigating the different leaves available to California employees is always a hot topic for California employers,” says Erika Pickles, seminar co-presenter and CalChamber employment law counsel.

CalChamber to Host Seminar on Leaves of Absence

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California employers will find clarity and guidance about the state’s complex leaves of absence policies at the August 18 seminar hosted by the California Chamber of Commerce. Then California has unique and rather complicated leave laws, such as paid sick leave. With all of the law’s intricacies, employers are clearly confused — and with good reason. McGeorge School of Law. Erika Pickles, employment law counsel and HR adviser.

HR Boot Camp Seminars for 2019 Start Next Month

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HR Boot Camp seminars start in February. When managing the complexities of your compliance with California employment laws, you’re certainly not alone. Join your peers at one of CalChamber’s upcoming HR Boot Camp seminars throughout Northern and Southern California. From hiring through termination, our compliance experts explain core fundamentals of the employment life cycle, in addition to discussing employer requirements, policies and best practices.

Upcoming Seminar in Sacramento and Huntington Beach Just Makes Sense

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A complicated mix of federal and California employment laws govern how employers administer leaves of absence and provide benefits. Then there is California’s paid sick leave which became law last year. With all of the law’s intricacies, employers are clearly confused — and with good reason. Make sense of it all when you attend CalChamber’s upcoming seminar in Sacramento (April 14) and Huntington Beach (June 23).

Seminar Makes Sense of Leaves of Absence Compliance

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A complicated mix of federal and California employment laws govern how employers administer leaves and provide benefits. Certain types of leave, either paid or unpaid, are required by law. Find clarity and guidance when you attend CalChamber’s upcoming seminar in Sacramento (May 6) and San Diego (June 16). If you missed last October’s event, join our employment law experts to make sense of your leaves of absence requirements.

CalChamber to Offer HR Boot Camp Seminars

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The California Chamber of Commerce is helping employers build their HR muscle at several topic-packed training sessions around the state that focus on the employment life cycle. CalChamber employment law experts will also give attendees valuable insight into 2015 cases and regulations that may have an impact on your workplace policies and practices in 2014. Registration information for the seminars is available at www.calchamberstore.com.

Bring Your Questions: Back-to-Back HR Compliance Training in Costa Mesa

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Leaves of Absence: Make sense of even the more difficult-to-resolve issues related to leaves of absence (and the required documentation and tracking), especially when leaves are intermittent or when California, federal and local laws overlap.

Ideal Seminar If You’re New to Human Resources or Want a Refresher

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It’s not easy to know exactly what to do or how to explain a complex employment law requirement, especially if you’re new to HR. From hiring through termination, build your decision-making confidence at one of CalChamber’s popular HR Boot Camp seminars. This seminar is approved for both HRCI and MCLE credit hours. The post Ideal Seminar If You’re New to Human Resources or Want a Refresher appeared first on HRWatchdog by HRWatchdog.

Sick Leave Continues to Cause Confusion

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It’s January; time for the annual road trip up and down the state to talk with employers about California’s new laws at CalChamber’s Employment Law Updates seminars. Although the weather may differ between the north and south (this week it is rain in the north and sunshine in the south), one storm that all employers continue to weather is how to comply with California’s paid sick leave (PSL) law.

Secure your place at the CIPHR conference in London on 29 April

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This half-day event will be packed with HR learning and networking opportunities and talks from top industry experts, as well as an employment law seminar with Stuart Lawrenson and Sian Hoare of Shoosmiths, who will be guiding you through the current UK employment law landscape.

CalChamber to Host HR Boot Camps

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Space is filling up fast for the one-day, topic-packed seminars focused on the employment life cycle, from hiring through termination, presented by the California Chamber of Commerce. CalChamber’s employment law experts (your personal HR trainers) explain and provide compliance information for these core fundamentals: Register Now! Named vice president of legal affairs in 2009, she is CalChamber’s subject matter expert on California and federal employment law.

Right-to-work checks crucial to post-Brexit compliance, say legal experts

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Experts from Field Seymour Parkers urge employers to have frequent conversations with EU citizens and offer ongoing support at recent employment law seminar. Employers should provide support where needed and where possible. Advice Employment law Future of work

Get Your Head Around Managing Different Leaves of Absence

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Find clarity by attending one of CalChamber’s popular “Leaves of Absence: Making Sense of It All” seminars. Our employment law experts walk you through paid sick leave, family, medical and parental leave, pregnancy disability leave and more. Understanding the numerous laws and requirements that apply to employee leaves is crucial for employers to stay in compliance.”. This seminar is approved for 6.0 Time Off leaves of absence live seminar

New Year, New Laws to Comply With

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Employers will need to be aware of significant changes. As we head toward the new year, don’t forget there are several new laws affecting California employers in 2017. CalChamber’s employment law counsel analyzed the significant pieces of legislation that Governor Brown signed into law and prepared a white paper summarizing their effects on California employers. Gail Cecchettini Whaley, CalChamber Employment Law Counsel/Content.

How to support workers with ‘hidden’ disabilities

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While many HR professionals might be confident in their knowledge of employment law related to more common, visible disabilities such as mobility problems, so-called ‘hidden’ disabilities – such as dyslexia and autism – pose a much greater challenge. In a recent CIPHR employment law seminar, Matthew Huggett, partner at Carbon Law Partners , explained how employers can best support people with these conditions. . What does the law say?

Top Seven HRWatchdog Blog Posts of 2017

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2017 has been another busy year for employers. and January 1, 2018, will bring even more new employment laws. Our most read HRWatchdog posts of 2017 reflect some of the top employment law stories of this year, including new local and state laws and regulations, major court decisions and other timely information. California Restroom Sign Law Effective March 1. Employers need to check their restroom signs for compliance.

July 2018 HR Events For Your Diary Ireland & UK

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Join us on this webinar as we look at employer obligations when considering requests for work experience and internships. PENINSULA – Employment Law Seminar for Local Business Owners in Limerick. Join us at our complimentary Employment Law seminar for local business leaders, which will focus on how you can get the most from your staff while safeguarding your business. HR Events Employement Law employers Events ireland uk

A shortsighted hiring decision costs company $35k

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Besides the monetary penalty, C&A also agreed to: require its human resources supervisors and managers and business unit managers to attend a training seminar on disability discrimination. post a notice informing employees that federal law prohibits discrimination, and. According to company information, with over 500 employees, C&A Tool is one of the largest employers in the region.

2021 New Year, New Laws

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CalChamber’s employment law experts have updated HRCalifornia’s library content, forms, checklists and tools with the new laws and added additional content. Our seminars are virtual this year, making it easy to attend. Goodbye, 2020, and good riddance!

California’s New Series of COVID-19 Reporting Requirements

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In response, the Legislature enacted SB 1159 and AB 685 that created certain reporting requirements for employers when learning of a positive case. Employers also are required to provide any other information requested by the local health department.

#SHRM19 Interview with Attorney James P. Reidy

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P “Jim” Reidy is a Shareholder and at the regional (New England) law firm Sheehan Phinney Manchester, NH. He practices in the areas of management side labor and employment law with an emphasis on assisting employers in effectively avoiding, or defending against, employment disputes. He represents organizations ranging from multinational corporations, to closely-held, family-owned businesses, to not-for-profit entities and public sector employers.

#SHRM19 Interview with Attorney James P. Reidy

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P “Jim” Reidy is a Shareholder and at the regional (New England) law firm Sheehan Phinney Manchester, NH. He practices in the areas of management side labor and employment law with an emphasis on assisting employers in effectively avoiding, or defending against, employment disputes. He represents organizations ranging from multinational corporations, to closely-held, family-owned businesses, to not-for-profit entities and public sector employers.

New to Human Resources or Want a Refresher?

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Build your HR muscle at one of CalChamber’s upcoming HR Boot Camp seminars throughout Northern and Southern California. CalChamber’s HR Boot Camp seminars start in February. From hiring through termination, our employment law experts explain core fundamentals of the employment life cycle, in addition to discussing compliance requirements, policies and best practices. “We’ll

CFRA Expansion Complicates Leave Administration for Furloughed Employees

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As previously reported , starting January 1, 2021, employers with five or more employees must provide up to 12 weeks of job-protected leave each year. CalChamber recently held a Leaves of Absence seminar; here’s an example of a question received that exemplifies how complex the CFRA can be.

Cases to Watch Update: Liability for Payroll Records

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During our annual Employment Law Update seminar road trip , we discussed several “cases to watch” in 2019. For those of you who missed it , an employee sued a former employer for unpaid wages under California’s Labor Code and also sued the third party payroll company that the employer used for timekeeping and other related tasks. This decision emphasizes that the responsibility of compliance is on the employer, not on the payroll services provider.