Solano/Napa EAC – Hot Employment Law Topics for 2017
Date / Time
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
North Bay Healthcare Administration Center
4500 Business Center Drive
Fairfield, CA 94534
California continues to make radical changes in employment law, including progressive steps unlike anything seen in other states around the country. Our presentation will address issues such as:
- Equal Pay and Gender/Race/Ethnicity Rules.
- Minimum Wage Increases and the state of Federal Salary Minimums.
- Exempt and salaried employee requirements.
- Rest and Meal Period Developments.
- National Origin Discrimination Guidelines.
- Overtime Pay for Agricultural Employees.
- Leaves of absence and disability accommodation.
- Department of Fair Employment and Housing and Labor Commissioner Procedure.
- Local Entity Enforcement of Employment Laws.
- Changes in the Janitorial Industry.
- Independent Contractor Issues.
- I-9 Process and State Law.
- Prevailing Wage Requirements.
We will explore these changes and what to expect in this new year - and possibly new era. We’ll cover new laws, new regulations, the current focus of state and federal employment agencies, important new court cases and strategies for compliance. We also plan to discuss criminal and civil penalty enforcement against employers and individual managers.
Bring your questions; as always, there will be time for discussion.
$75 Members; $95 Day of Event.
Richard Rybicki advises management on all aspects of labor and employment law. He has represented employers, employer associations and employee benefit plans in courts and administrative proceedings throughout the United States. Mr. Rybicki also represents employers under state and federal labor relations laws, including collective bargaining, arbitration, and proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board, and the California Public Employment Relations Board.
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