Not only do employers need to make sure they comply with all California and federal wage-and-hour laws and posting requirements, they must also now keep track at the local level. To help employers with this task, CalChamber is offer a live webinar on Thursday, June 14.
From the San Francisco Bay Area to San Diego, California cities and counties are enacting their own employment ordinances. These local ordinances regulate wages, paid sick leave and other employment matters.
Keep in mind that local and statewide requirements can vary significantly, even between municipalities—all of which creates a greater compliance challenge if you have employees working in multiple cities with local ordinances.
Join our employment law experts online on June 14 for a local look at:
- Minimum wage, paid sick leave and criminal background checks;
- Other labor-related ordinances, including San Francisco’s new lactation accommodation and salary history ban ordinances;
- Interaction between state and local laws;
- Compliance issues;
- Posting and recordkeeping requirements;
- Enforcement; and
- Best practices.
“Failure to comply, even if inadvertent and quickly corrected, can result in exorbitant penalties that far exceed what the employee is owed,” says Bianca N. Saad, webinar co-presenter and CalChamber employment law subject matter expert.
Erika Frank, executive vice president, legal affairs, and general counsel. She joined CalChamber in April 2004 as a policy advocate and general counsel, leveraging her 10 years of legal, governmental and legislative experience. Named vice president of legal affairs in 2009, she is CalChamber’s subject matter expert on California and federal employment law. Frank oversees and contributes to CalChamber’s labor law and human resources compliance publications; co-produces and presents webinars and seminars; and heads the Labor Law Helpline. J.D. McGeorge School of Law.
Erika Pickles, employment law counsel and HR adviser. She joined CalChamber in 2015 as employment law counsel and a Helpline HR adviser. She previously represented employers in California and federal employment law litigation, class actions, and private arbitration involving a range of workplace-related issues, including wage-and-hour, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination claims. Pickles also investigated and responded to administrative claims before state and federal agencies, and conducted employment law training seminars. J.D. University of San Francisco School of Law.
Bianca Saad, employment law subject matter expert joined CalChamber in April 2018. She oversees CalChamber coverage of the ever-expanding area of labor-related local ordinances and serves as a co-presenter for CalChamber compliance seminars and webinars. Saad brings the perspective of an employee representative, coming from nearly eight years in private practice as an employment law and litigation attorney. She has represented plaintiff workers in wage-and-hour disputes, employment whistleblower claims, personal injury matters, and employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation cases. J.D. California Western School of Law.
For more information or to register for this live webinar, call (800) 331-8877 or go online. The cost is $199 ($159.20 for CalChamber Preferred and Executive members).
This webinar is optimized for viewing on mobile devices, and it is approved for 1.5 HRCI recertification, SHRM professional development and MCLE credit hours. Your webinar purchase includes a recorded version that’s available after the live event.