Posts Tagged ‘webinar’

April Webinar Cautions Employers to Pay by the Rules or Pay Up

When it concerns wage-and-hour laws, California requires more of employers than at the federal level. Your compliance goes beyond paying employees minimum wage and overtime. There are a number of pay issues that affect California employers, so it’s important to understand your legal requirements. Failing to comply with California’s rules for paying employees can be […]

2 Apr 18 - Compensation - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Careful, California’s Made Considerable Changes to the Hiring Process

Recruiting, interviewing and hiring new employees involve significant legal risks if not handled properly. In fact, California has stricter protections for job applicants than federal laws do — even more so since January 1, 2018. Are you certain you know what you can ask in an interview and what personal information you can request? No […]

8 Mar 18 - Hiring - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Sexual Harassment Investigations: A Timely Topic for February’s Live Webinar

This can’t be happening to your business. An employee informs you that she’s been sexually harassed by her supervisor over the past year. She also claims he’s retaliating against her for rebuffing his advances. Do you know exactly what to do the moment an employee alleges sexual harassment? As a California employer, you have a […]

29 Jan 18 - Harassment - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

January Webinar Explains What New Laws Mean for California Employers

A parental leave mandate for smaller employers is just one of the new employment laws in effect since January 1, 2018. If you’re not up to date on your obligations as a California employer, don’t miss CalChamber’s live 90-minute webinar on January 30. “Among the new laws for 2018 are two that significantly impact how […]

17 Jan 18 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

September Webinar on Avoiding Meal and Rest Break Violations

California sets its own strict rules when it comes to meal and rest breaks. But it’s up to employers to inform employees that they’re entitled to both a meal break and paid rest breaks. Timing is everything because California employers must let employees take their meal break at the proper time. “It is important for […]

22 Aug 17 - Meal and Rest Break - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »