Virtual Seminar Unravels Complex Leaves of Absence

Virtual Seminar Unravels Complex Leaves of Absence

Can an employee who calls in sick using their California paid sick leave just two minutes before their shift be penalized for lack of notice? Is paid family leave a protected leave of absence? If an employer is covered by both the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), will the two types of leave always run at the same time? Managing leaves of absence can be complicated, but CalChamber’s upcoming Leaves of Absence virtual seminar — held on May 30 and 31 — can help.

Our employment law experts will unravel both common and difficult-to-resolve leave administration challenges. For instance, if an employee has exhausted all their CFRA/FMLA leave, can they request additional time off as an accommodation? How does California’s new reproductive loss leave interact with other leaves of absence?

To avoid penalties or costly litigation, it’s essential to understand all required leaves of absence, plus any overlapping California and federal legal requirements.

[Two Half-Day Virtual Seminars] Leaves of Absence

  • (Part 1) Thursday, May 30, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT
  • (Part 2) Friday, May 31, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT

Or, if you can’t make our May seminar, our August Seminar is open for registration:

  • (Part 1) Thursday, August 8, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT
  • (Part 2) Friday, August 9, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT

To learn more or to secure your seat for the Leaves of Absence seminar, visit the CalChamber Store or call (800) 331-8877. These virtual seminars cost $349 ($279.20 for CalChamber Preferred Members and higher).

Please note: No recording will be associated with this virtual seminar, so be sure to attend the live training.

During the virtual seminar, participants can submit questions via Zoom in addition to receiving downloadable slides and supplemental training materials.

These seminars are ideal for HR professionals, legal/employment law counsel, office managers, business owners or anyone responsible for hiring and staffing, and they’re approved for 6.5 HRCI, MCLE and PDC credits.

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