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California Employment Defense Attorney Nicole Kamm will present the latest statutory changes affecting employers. The new laws govern large companies as well as those businesses or households with only one, a handful of workers. The first step in preventing employee claims and potential litigation is to stay on top of current legislation.

Nicole Kamm represents employers in discrimination, harassment, wage and hour and wrongful termination/retaliation matters. She defends clients in state and federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies governing employee rights and protections. She works with business owners and executives in very diverse industries, including start-up companies, and businesses in the retail, food service, health care, transportation and manufacturing industries.

Date: Mar 28 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Nicole Kamm
Lewitt Hackman

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California’s employment laws are among the most pro-employee laws in the country. Employee separations – both voluntary and involuntary – carry risks in California – administrative actions and lawsuits. And, relying on an employee’s “at-will” status is not a guarantee of success against a former’s employee’s wrongful termination lawsuit. All employee separations, whether an individual employee or a mass layoff, must be carefully thought through in advance and carried out with equal measures of tact and firmness. Offer letters, employee handbooks, personnel files, and severance agreements require serious consideration and, if needed, updating, because employee separation is a serious thing in California.
Date: Mar 27 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Brian Inamine
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Is your business up to date on all of the recent changes in California employment law? Come learn what these changes mean for your business, during our 2014 Employment Law Update presentation. Brian Koegle, from Poole & Shaffery, LLP will provide insight and practical suggestions which will assist you in bringing your company into compliance. Among the topics to be covered are: • A review of the 2014 legislation, case law and administrative decisions affecting employers; • An update on wage and hour laws, meal and rest period requirements, overtime compensation and calculations, reasonable accommodation laws and employee privacy, among other issues; and, • An overview of upcoming and anticipated legislative changes and court cases for 2014.
Date: Mar 27 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Brian Koegle
Poole & Shaffery, LLP

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Poole & Shaffery, LLP
 
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Every day brings news of the latest law involving employers’ use of background checks. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has intensified its scrutiny of hiring practices, exposing employers to greater risk of discrimination lawsuits.

Armed with real-world examples, EmployeeScreenIQ’s Jason Morris will examine the changing legal landscape that employers must operate against. Jason addresses these new guidelines along with the “ban the box” legislation. Jason also speaks to the controversy surrounding employers’ use of social networking sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to influence hiring decisions.

Organizations shouldn’t be dissuaded from executing background checks, but these new guidelines underscore the need for employers to be vigilant in their compliance measures.

Date: Jul 15 2013
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
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Jason Morris
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Standalone Webcast
Do you know whether rating disparities exist along race, gender or age, which may then translate into pay and promotion disparities in a pay-for-performance organization?

Attend this session to help ensure that your company can defend itself on an organization-wide basis against claims of employment discrimination arising from tainted performance ratings? All attendees will gain actionable insight to help you:

  • Identify strategies for pay-for-performance organizations to utilize in striking a balance between workforce effectiveness and workforce compliance
  • Tips to simultaneously encourage high performing employees while mitigating legal risks
  • To spot and avoid potential legal liabilities before they arise
This session will also provide HR leaders the insight needed to arm your business managers with the knowledge necessary to avoid discriminatory practices within performance evaluations. Register for this session today to ensure that your performance processes protect your people and your organization.
Date: Jun 5 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Rania Stewart
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Lisa Harpe
Peoplefluent

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Virtual Conference Webcast
GUNS AND THE WORKPLACE: WHO SPEAKS FOR THE EMPLOYER?

It’s hard to think of a more controversial, emotional and perhaps polarizing issue than the right in many states of an employee to lawfully carry a weapon for protection when traveling to and from work, and to safely store that weapon in his or her private vehicle while at work. Employers must respect this right, while also recognizing their responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace for not only employees, but also customers, vendors and members of the public. In addition, there is a movement to expand the right of all qualified citizens to carry a concealed weapon in all public areas, including restaurants, commercial facilities, places of entertainment, and even religious institutions and college and university campuses. There are vocal advocates on both sides of these issues, but who speaks for the Employer who may feel caught in the middle?

Presented by Jaffe Dickerson, shareholder at Littler Mendelson. Jaffe is a specialist in labor and employment law for over 30 years. He represents public and private sector employers in all aspects of labor and employment law before state and federal administrative agencies and courts. He will discuss:

1. GUNS IN THE PARKING LOT

2. VENDORS, CUSTOMERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

3. DUTY TO PROVIDE A SAFE AND HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT FOR EMPLOYEES; LIABILITY FOR INJURY TO THIRD PARTIES

4. TRAINING FOR MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS AND STAFF

5. DEALING WITH INCIDENTS

6. GUNS IN THE WORKPLACE: EMPLOYER POLICY GUIDELINES AND CONSIDERATIONS

7. WHO SPEAKS FOR THE EMPLOYER? CURRENT (AND POSSIBLE) LEGISLATION

Date: May 21 2013
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Jaffe Dickerson
Littler Mendelson

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Virtual Conference Webcast
This webcast will introduce the concept of the cognitive interview and show how it can be of benefit to HR professionals and other managers when conducting the more complex disciplinary and grievance investigations. It will be of particular interest in disciplinary and grievance cases with elements of bullying, harassment, discrimination, theft, assaults, drug dealing and serious health and safety violations plus any other serious issues of misconduct.

Cognitive interviewing has been shown to produce up to 40% more accurate evidence from eye witnesses, even when events occurred some time ago. It also reduces the need for costly re-interviewing and can result in a higher quality evidential base from which to make a disciplinary decision thus reducing the likelihood of appeals and even costly litigation

Date: May 21 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Richard Payne
BSPS Training Consultancy

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a New two page Form I-9 on March 8, 2013. This Form can be used immediately, but will be mandatory as of May 7, 2013. DHS gave employers very little time to make this administrative change, which can be especially challenging for employers that have several people responsible for this function through many different field offices.

This session will review the new Form in detail, and will also review the most common errors based on the new form, including how to correct errors made on the Form.. The initiation of a new form is also an excellent time to review all I-9 policies, including whether to make copies of supporting documents, how to process remote hires and rehires, when to reverify in Section 3, and how long to retain I-9 Forms. The speaker will provide practical solutions, especially for those employers that continue to rely on paper I-9s.

Date: May 21 2013
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Helen Konrad
McCandlish Holton PC

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Standalone Webcast
USCIS recently released a new Form I-9 that all US employers will be required to use for new hires, rehires, and reverification starting May 7, 2013. This webinar will address changes to the Form as well as address continued compliance concerns associated with I-9 and E-Verify policies and recordkeeping. In this regard, Office of Special Counsel and Immigration Customs and Enforcement actions will be reviewed to identify areas where employer representatives should focus and recommend corrective action. It will also assess recent cases and settlements to identify employer concerns and best business practices companies should put in place. The webinar will review proposed immigration reform and likely changes to E-Verify and the use of the I-9 Form in the future.
Date: Apr 30 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Ian Macdonald
Littler Mendelson

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Virtual Conference Webcast
Every person recruited by a recruiter or staffing professional has the potentials to create a disaster if the candidate is hired and proves to be dangerous, unqualified, unfit or dishonest. A recruiter can choose to simply roll the dice and leave their fate and professional reputation to chance, or a recruiter can learn the basics of due diligence in order to legally recruited safe, qualified and honest workers. In this webinar, learn how to legally select honest and qualified people for your clients or organization by using best practices to avoid bad hires and the professional and legal fallout just one bad hiring decision can create. In addition, understand recruiters legal liabilities if a background check are not done right. The session will also cover the legal limits on recruiters using social media as well as the increased focus on practices that do not discriminate.
Date: Apr 22 2013
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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Les Rosen
Employment Screening Resources (ESR)

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