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California Employment & Discrimination Law Briefing

San Francisco, CA   Westin St. Francis   July 16, 2014

 

A comprehensive one day advanced-level program addressing California-specific developments affecting employment policies and practices of business and government.

The agenda will be comprised of topics addressing substantive updates in the areas of:

  • Developments in California Employment Law - Review of recent developments on a variety of topics, including arbitration, immigration rights, social media and more, and an examination of proposed legislation for 2015;
  • California Family Rights Act (CFRA) - Recent decisions related to the leave provisions of CFRA and California's Pregnancy Disability Leave Law (PDLL), the interplay of obligations mandated by CFRA, PDLL and the FMLA, best practices regarding intermittent leave issues, and newly proposed CFRA legislation;
  • California Fair Employment and Housing Act - Practical guidance on disability provisions of FEHA, including reasonable accommodation and the interactive process, as well as critical updates when dealing with the interplay of FEHA, CFRA, PDLL and Workers' Compensation;
  • California Wage and Hour Update - In-depth coverage of compensable work time, the proper calculation of the regular rate of pay, pay stub configuration, meal period certifications, wage deductions, business expense reimbursement, and many other California-specific wage and hour issues.

This program will provide between 7.0 and 8.5 CLE hours, depending upon the jurisdiction.

Registration Fee: $495.00 if only registering for the California Briefing

Discounted Registration Fee: $445.00 if registering for all three days...California Briefing and NELI's Employment Discrimination Law Update, July 17-18, 2014 -- Click here for web-page: Employment Discrimination Law Update


 
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