SEMINAR: Retaliation, Whistleblowing and Wrongful Termination Claims All Employers Should Avoid

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Summary of Program:

Exposure to retaliation claims in the workplace today is like exposure to second-hand smoke in the workplace in the 1960s – it’s everywhere but few people understand the danger.

The Labor and Employment Group at Weintraub Tobin is pleased to offer this very important training session that will help business owners, human resource professionals, and managers understand the ins-and-outs of retaliation,

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Upcoming Seminar: Employers: Your Supervisor Did What? A Workshop on How Best to Train Supervisors

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The Sacramento Employer Advisory Council In Partnership with the Employment Development Department Present…

Employers: Your Supervisor Did What?

The Answer To This One Question Can Either Make Or Break An Employer’s Case!

• Employment lawsuits represent almost 50% of all lawsuits filed, and almost all employment lawsuits result from a supervisor’s conduct. Not because the supervisor intended to do something wrong,

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Upcoming Seminar: The Ever Expanding Definition of "Protected Class" in Discrimination Claims

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Summary of Program

When California passed the Fair Employment Practices Act in 1959, it prohibited employment discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin and ancestry. In 1980, California reorganized the state’s civil rights enforcement laws and mechanisms, enacting the Fair Employment and Housing Act. This new statute has been amended various times since then to include more and more classifications on which personnel decisions cannot be based.

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Upcoming Seminar: The Complex Web of Leaves and Accommodation Laws - Sacramento

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Summary of Program

Employers continue to grapple with this very difficult area of employment law. It is not enough to focus on just one law when an employee is unable to work or is absent from the workplace due to some medical condition or injury suffered by the employee or his or her family member. Instead, employers need to understand and comply with how the courts,

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AAAB Seminar: Recent Changes in California Employment Law

Topic:
The Moving Target – Recent Changes in California Employment Law

Summary:
Attorneys from Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Tobin & Tobin will provide a brief overview of the complexities of laws facing employers and discuss important case law developments. Topics include:

  • Why does the California Supreme Court decision in Brinker matter?
  • Who is entitled to what absence (PDL, FMLA,CFRA, USERRA)?
  • 1099 or W-2: Why should you care?

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Upcoming Webinar: Independent Contractor v. Employee?

Summary of Program

If it Walks Like a Duck, Quacks Like a Duck, It’s a Duck!

The risks involved in misclassifying a worker as an independent contractor rather than an employee have always been serious. A number of federal and state agencies regulate the proper classification of workers and have the authority to impose significant monetary and non-monetary sanctions against employers who get the classification wrong. However, due to a number of new laws and regulatory enforcement procedures that have gone into effect in the last year,

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Upcoming Webinar: OSHA Compliance - a Healthy and Save Work Environment

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Summary of Program

Federal and state OSHA laws protect California workers from unsafe working conditions. However, the federal and state statutes and regulations are complex and can be difficult to understand. Employers often fall short of complying with provisions of Cal/OSHA simply because they are unaware that the law applies to them, or they fail to understand some nuance or technicality contained in the regulations.

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Upcoming Seminar: Mandatory AB1825 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

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Summary of Program

The regulations regarding California’s Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for supervisors require that certain employers provide training to their supervisors every two years.

The Labor and Employment Group at Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Tobin & Tobin is offering a two hour in-person training session that will comply with all the requirements outlined in the regulations, including things like:

  • an overview of sexual harassment laws;

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Employment Seminar: The Hottest Wage and Hour Issues Facing Employers Today

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The Sacramento Employer Advisory Council in partnership with the Employment Development Department present the half-day seminar: "The Hottest Wage and Hour Issues Facing Employers Today."

Wage and Hour Issues

Wage and hour issues continue to plague even the most savvy employers. Navigating through a multitude of often conflicting legal requirements is very tricky, and can lead to an unanticipated financial liability for your organization.

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