Labor Law Year End Seminar - 2018
New Employment Laws in 2018!
The past year has been one of the busiest employment-law sessions for state and local lawmakers in California. Our state has been identified as crafting one of the most progressive – and most onerous – set of new laws in the county. All employers will be affected by these developments through the coming months.
This session covers federal, state and local changes taking place this year, such as:
- California’s new Parental Leave Act;
- Restrictions on obtaining applicants’ salary history and requirements to disclose incoming salary ranges;
- Harassment prevention training requirements;
- Prohibitions on criminal conviction and background checks;
- Human trafficking posting;
- Protection of records from federal immigration investigations;
- Minimum wage, salary and related minimum pay changes;
- Military personnel protection;
- Construction industry employer changes;
- Expanded Labor Commissioner enforcement power;
- Posting requirements;
- Significant regulatory and judicial developments.
There will have time for discussion of attendees’ experiences and questions. We look forward to seeing you there!
Richard Rybicki is a shareholder with Rybicki & Associates, P.C., a Wine Country employment-law firm advising employers on all aspects of labor and employment law. He assists management on workplace issues every day and has represented employers in courts and administrative proceedings throughout the United States - www.rybickiassociates.com