2013 Brings Many Important Changes To Workplace Laws
Now that the election is over, we can expect health care reform to go full speed ahead. But health care reform is not the only new legislation that will affect employers in 2013. From social media restrictions to workers’ compensation reform, additions to discrimination laws, and new wage and hour requirements, every California employer has something to prepare for in 2013. Our 2013 Legislative Update will include pertinent employment law cases and legislation that will impact California employers in the new year.
Key New Laws Affecting Employers in 2013:
- Social Media: Terminating Employees & Accessing Employee Accounts – AB 1844 & NLRB Cases and Publications
- No Discrimination for Health Insurance Coverage of Domestic Partners – SB 757
- No Discrimination Against Women Who Breast Feed – AB 2386
- Religious Clothing and Hairstyles are Protected Religious Expression – AB 1964
- Statutory “Injury” for Incomplete Wage Statements – SB 1255
- Right to Inspect Personnel Records and New Penalties – AB 2674
- Wage Garnishments – AB 1775
- Overtime for Salaried Employees – AB 2103
- Requirement for Written Commission Agreements – AB 1396
- Workers’ Compensation Reform – SB 863
- PLUS new case law developments regarding arbitration, class actions, wage and hour, and discrimination and harassment issues.
The Benefits Update will include:
- The latest on Healthcare Reform
- State-sponsored retirement savings plans under SB 1234
Seminar Dates and Locations:
- January 24 – Radisson Newport Beach, Newport Beach
- January 29 – Le Meridien San Francisco, San Francisco
- January 31 – Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines, La Jolla
Registration & Continental Breakfast: 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Program: 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $45 per person or $40 per person if two or more individuals from the same organization attend.
$35 per person for members of SHRM, PIHRA, SDSHRM, NCHRA and NHRA
Register online by clicking on the link below or download the file to the right to register by mail.
If you have any questions, please contact Jackie Greenbaum at (949) 851-2424 or email@example.com.