California HR Law

California HR Law 2022 Update

It’s your job to keep up with California’s crazy maze of ever-changing, employee-friendly employment laws.

Welcome to HR California, such a lovely place (for employees’ lawyers)! If you have any employees in California (even one remote worker), you know how hard it is to stay compliant in this state that leads the nation in workplace protections.

This updated webinar recording will teach you how to survive and thrive in the Golden State’s uniquely punishing legal environment. You’ll receive a comprehensive update on the latest employment laws and regulations in California, discover how to stay in compliance for 2022 and learn what to expect for the rest of the year.

From employee leave to payroll issues to all the COVID confusion, you can’t afford to miss this once-a-year update that will help you stay in compliance—and make your job easier.

Agenda for California HR Law 2022 Update:

  • New laws and legislation affecting any company that has workers in California
  • Updated COVID compliance specifically for California employers
  • California/OSHA safety issues, especially related to all your pandemic-related duties
  • Wage-and-hour requirements for 2022
  • New employee leave laws, including an expanded definition of “parent”
  • Increasing transparency requirements and new recordkeeping rules for this year
  • Work-from-home expense reimbursements, a continued problem for CA employers
  • Arbitration agreements, and whether you should rewrite (or scrap) yours

In this 75-minute training, you will learn:


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Your Presenter:

Sandy McDonough

Sandy McDonough is a partner at the Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton law firm in San Diego, where she counsels employers and represents them in all aspects of employment litigation, including harassment, discrimination and class-action lawsuits. She has served as a professor at USC Law School and taught HR courses at Webster University. Sandy is also a frequent author and speaker on employment law issues.

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