New 2018 California Employment Laws: Major Changes Effective January 1, 2018

Webinar: ID# 1026522
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
Gov. Jerry Brown just signed into law several bills that directly affect California employers’ compliance requirements. The new laws cover a wide range of topics:
  • Salary history inquiries for job candidates
  • Expanded parental leave entitlements under CFRA
  • “Ban the box” restrictions relating to applicants’ previous convictions
  • Federal immigration officials’ access to nonpublic worksite areas and employment reverification; the law also includes a comprehensive notice requirement
  • New AB 1825 sexual harassment training requirements
Plus, California has minimum wage increases going into effect January 1, as well as a new exempt salary threshold for employers with 26 or more employees.

Get ready to start the new year off right. Join us for an in-depth California-specific webinar. Marc Jacuzzi, an experienced California employment attorney, will explain your new obligations and the steps you must take to comply.

You’ll learn:
  • What you cannot ask job applicants about salary history
  • What you must now provide to applicants with the pay scale for the position in question
  • New minimum wage and exempt salary threshold requirements taking effect January 1, 2018
  • What happens if an applicant voluntarily discloses what he or she makes
  • New requirements for harassment training—which employers are covered and what they must do to comply
  • Parental leave obligations under the New Parent Leave Act
  • When inquiries for an applicant’s conviction history are barred, and what covered employers cannot consider, distribute, or disseminate in connection with any application for employment
  • How California’s newly enacted Immigrant Worker Protection Act (AB 450) restricts federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials from accessing non-public worksite areas
  • New Form I-9 and other records inspection requirements—and what you will not be able to do to re-verify current employees’ employment eligibility
  • Full details on how to interpret the “one day’s rest in seven” law
  • The perils of non-compliance under new PAGA rules
About Your Presenter:

Marc L. Jacuzzi, Esq.
Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi PC

Marc L. Jacuzzi is a shareholder of Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi, PC and has broad experience in employment law matters. He represents employers in civil rights actions (including claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), and other state discrimination statutes), trade secret misappropriation claims, wage claims, wrongful termination claims; unfair business practices claims (Section 17200), non-competition claims (Section 16600), contract disputes and various tort claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), various other state agencies and in various State and Federal Courts.

Mr. Jacuzzi’s practice also involves employment law counseling. He regularly advises clients regarding all aspects of the employer/employee relationship including hiring and termination issues, wage and hour requirements, employee classification issues, civil rights/discrimination issues, commission plans, employment contracts, employee handbooks and policies, confidential information agreements, reductions in force, leaves of absence issues, employment audits, M&A employment issues, violence in the workplace issues and international employment issues.
New 2018 California Employment Laws: Major Changes Effective January 1, 2018
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