Sacramento EAC – From FMLA/CFRA to the Labor Code: Understanding the Tangled Web of Leave Laws and How They Apply To You
Date / Time
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
7:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sacramento State Alumni Center
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
Leaves of absence laws continue to be a "hot bed" of issues that employers face when employees need time off. Depending on the size of the employer and the locations of the employees, California employers face the unique situation of being subject to not only the federal and state family leave laws, (like FMLA, CFRA and PDL), but also a myriad of statutory leaves, including required time off to attend a child's school functions, vote, attend certain criminal proceedings, serve as a witness or juror, donate organs or bone marrow, or serve in the civil air patrol, (just to name a few). Each of the federal and state leave laws carries with it certain rights and obligations regarding both time off and reinstatement rights. Making it even more complicated, several of these laws also carry obligations regarding continued compensation and/or benefits. Please join SEAC's expert speakers for a robust discussion of the requirements under each of the various federal and state laws, and learn what obligations employers must be cognizant of, including reinstatement rights, continued compensation, use of accrued paid time off/vacation/sick, continued benefits, and coordination of any continued compensation with disability insurance payments and discretionary compensated leaves under an employer's policies.
7:30 am - 12:30 pm
Breakfast will be provided
Parking is available adjacent to the Alumni Center. The parking fee is included in the registration fee. Watch your email the week of the workshop to receive an electronic parking permit. Print the permit and display on your dashboard the day of the workshop.
**HRCI Credit Approval Pending
Members - $90
Non-members - $125
Mary Horst, Tim Yeung and Kelli M. Kennaday
California Department of Justice
Mary Horst is a Deputy Attorney General in the Employment & Administrative Mandate section of the California Department of Justice where she handles some of the most complex employment litigation defense cases for both DOJ and its clients. She started in the EAM section in Los Angeles in 1993 and has also worked throughout the state. In addition, during her tenure with the State of California, Ms. Horst was an Administrative Law Judge with the State Personnel Board for nine years.
Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai LLP
Tim’s practice involves all areas of labor and employment law, with a particular emphasis on litigation. He has defended private and public sector employers in numerous lawsuits involving claims of discrimination and harassment; whistle blower retaliation; failure to provide reasonable accommodations; and wage and hour violations. He has extensive experience handling all aspects of litigation, including jury trials and appellate litigation in both the state and federal courts. Mr. Yeung has also served as lead counsel in several wage and hour class actions, in both state and federal courts.
Kelli M. Kennaday
Kennaday Leavitt PC
Kelli represents private and public sector employers in all aspects of employment-related disputes, including litigation before all State and Federal Courts and Administrative Agencies. She provides advice and training on best practices for human resources professionals, including policies, procedures and wage and hour audits. She conducts workplace investigations, including investigations covered by the Peace Officers and Firefighters Bills of Rights. She also conducts mediations in employment cases.
For more information or to register please contact:
Melissa Ford at [email protected]