2015 California Wage And Hour Rules Update- New Enforcement, Laws, Regulations And More
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California’s paid sick leave legislation goes into effect in July 2015. But employers have even more pressing concerns. Come January 1, a new law says covered organizations can be held jointly liable for wages owed to workers supplied by a third-party. If you have workers supplied through labor contractors, you could be vulnerable to wage and hour risks as a result.
These are just a couple of examples of major wage and hour developments California employers need to know about right now.
Wage and hour compliance presents employers here in California awith the greatest exposure to costly liability. It doesn’t help that our state wage and hour regulations are some of the most stringent in the country. This means they generally favor the employee, not you, in most cases and if you aren’t careful with how you calculate, record and pay wages earned, you could be on a very bumpy ride.
So it’s crucial that you understand the wage and hour policy and practice risks California employers you face given recent court rulings, regulations from the state Division of Labor Standards Enforcement and the federal Wage and Hour Division. Plus the new state laws on paid sick leave and more.
Join us for this webinar when our presenter, a seasoned California employment law attorney, will explain your current wage and hour challenges and their solutions, so you’re prepared to fully comply with DLSE and DOL wage/hour and fair labor standards requirements heading into the new year.
In just 90 minutes, you’ll learn how to tips for ensuring compliance with California and federal wage and hour laws throughout 2015.
- Wage and hour enforcement priorities at DLSE and the DOL — and how to stay off the hit list
- How to adjust to newly enacted CA paid sick leave law that goes into effect July 1, 2015
- How to minimize the risk of liability in light of AB 1897—and best practice tips for monitoring and managing contractors’ wages when they’re hired through a third party
- What to make of recent state and federal court decisions on claims of unpaid wages, including overtime, and their practical impact on your day-to-day practices
- The biggest wage and hour risks in California right now, and what you should be doing to ensure continued compliance with DLSE and DOL regulations
- The latest Labor Department updates to white-collar exemptions to overtime requirements, including the practical impact on administrative, professional, executive, outside sales, and computer professional exemptions in California
- What every Golden State employer should do right now to minimize the risk of wage and hour lawsuits—and practical tips on how to do it!
- And much more!
About Your Presenter
Attorney Marc Jacuzzi is a shareholder with the law firm of Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi PC, which has offices in South San Francisco and Walnut Creek, California. His practice covers a wide range of employment law, including civil rights actions, wage claims, wrongful termination claims and tort claims with federal and state agencies. He also specializes in employment law counseling, where he advises clients on all aspects of employee relations. Mr. Jacuzzi, who previously practiced employment law at Cooley Godward in Colorado and San Francisco, is admitted to both the California and Colorado bars.
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