Posts Tagged ‘webinar’

Webinar on the Challenge of Creating Effective Work Schedules in California

Under California’s watchful eye, specific laws regulate the hours and days that nonexempt employees work. Many wonder if the state will eventually follow the trend in California cities of predictive or advanced scheduling. Optimal schedules are always the goal to retain good employees. But staffing a workforce can be unpredictable, and employers need some flexibility […]

5 Apr 19 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

True to Form, Our I-9 Webinar Fills You in

When hiring any employee, employers are required by federal immigration law to verify that person’s identity and eligibility to work in the U.S. by completing the Form I-9. Both a complex and detailed process, the Form I-9 comes with 15 pages of instructions issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). It’s a process that […]

13 Mar 19 - Form I-9 - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Rest Assured, Our February 21 Webinar Provides Clarity

Think it’s OK in California if a nonexempt employee occasionally misses a meal break or takes a late lunch? What about letting that employee combine the two required 10-minute rest breaks? Misunderstandings about California’s meal and rest break rules—including requiring employees to stay onsite—expose employers to expensive litigation. Vague meal and rest break policies left […]

31 Jan 19 - Meal and Rest Break - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

On the Road: Employment Law Updates Seminars

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 […]

16 Jan 19 - Training - Erika Frank - No CommentsRead More »

Seats Filling Fast for 2019 Employment Law Updates in January

This past year, 1,217 bills made it to Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. 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 […]

11 Dec 18 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »