Posts Tagged ‘webinar’

February 16 Due Date for Pregnancy Disability Leave Webinar

Your California employee is pregnant. Now what? California law provides strong protections for pregnant employees, including requiring employers to reasonably accommodate pregnant workers and provide them with Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL). These regulations — which include a mandatory policy and required notices — apply to any employer with five or more full-time or part-time employees […]

6 Feb 17 - Pregnancy Disability Leave - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Employment Law Updates Seminars Ready You for 2017

The 2016 legislative session produced new laws affecting California employers’ day-to-day operations and policies in 2017 and beyond. Quite a few bills feature delayed or phased-in implementation. 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 […]

12 Dec 16 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

No Vacation From Paid-Time-Off Compliance Rules This Summer

Rules relating to how employees accrue paid time off (PTO) always seem to cause some confusion for employers, and the interaction between these rules and California’s mandatory paid sick leave law only adds to the confusion. That’s because PTO typically incorporates vacation and sick time into one benefit. An employee can use PTO for personal […]

6 Jun 16 - Time Off, Vacation - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

May 26 Webinar Delivers Specifics for Managing Pregnancy Disability Leave

Do you know what California expects you to do when an employee tells you she’s pregnant? Strong legal protections are in place that require employers to reasonably accommodate employees and make pregnancy disability leave (PDL) available. These regulations — which include a mandatory policy and required notices — apply to any employer with five or […]

29 Apr 16 - Pregnancy Disability Leave - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Webinar on the High Price of Misclassifying Exempt Employees

Misclassifying nonexempt employees as exempt from overtime is one of the most common and costly class-action lawsuits against employers. Also consider the California Labor Commissioner’s increased wage-and-hour enforcement efforts — a top priority these days. Clearly understanding the distinction between exempt and nonexempt employees becomes particularly complex for California employers as the state’s exemption requirements […]

6 Apr 16 - Exempt/Nonexempt - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »