CA Employment Law Updates – myCPE Webinar
July 27, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
2021 is well underway after an unprecedented and historic year of events. With businesses reopening and many are returning to the workplace.
Adding to the unprecedented challenges and changes seen in 2021, a myriad of new laws face California employers in 2021. Several of these new laws relate to COVID-19, and some have been enacted on an urgency basis making them effective even before the new year. Responding to the new laws designed to address the threat posed by COVID-19.
Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Regulations has set forth obligations for mandatory exclusion from the workplace have already been revised by Executive Order of Governor Newsom. As important as it is to carefully review these new COVID-19 laws, employers should also pay close attention to the important, non-COVID-19-related changes in employment law, including sweeping changes to California’s Family Rights Act (CFRA).
This year, employers will have to face many new developments in California labor and employment laws that will significantly affect the way they run their day-to-day business operations. In this online CPE course, we will provide you with analysis and insights on these new laws and offer practical advice and helpful tools to ensure compliance and protect your company from liability in the workplace.
In this online CPE webinar, we will cover the most significant 2021 employment laws and how they may impact you and your organization such as:
- Cutting-edge COVID analysis and update;
- Post-COVID Return to Work strategies;
- Cal/OSHA’s guidance on COVID emergency temporary standards;
- Recent 2021 legislation, including the modified California Family Rights Act;
- Updates on independent contractors;
- Attacks on rounding policies;
- Meal period issues;
- Supreme Court’s clarifications of the Dynamex decision;
- New case law on employee retaliation claims;
- Updates to the Fair Chance Act;
- Concerns about background checks;
- Clarifications to the FLSA and DOL guidance; and
- Much more!
This course is eligible for 1 CPE credit, 1 PDC credit, or 1 General Education credit.
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