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When it comes to wage-and-hour lawsuits, there are two categories of companies in California: those who already have experience with them, and those who will soon. Wage-and-hour lawsuits – and particularly, class actions – remain big business in California. And, this area of law is especially harsh on employers, as even innocent mistakes are punished with big penalties and attorneys’ fees. Even minor “gotcha” violations can turn into bet-the-business cases if brought on a class action basis.

The silver lining is that exposure to liability on some common wage-and-hour claims can be mitigated with appropriate policies. This presentation will focus on those danger areas from which the majority of wage lawsuits arise. Participants will leave the presentation with the ability to identify common trouble spots for compliance problems, and will be able to help their companies take a proactive approach to minimizing risk related to wage-and-hour violations.

Date: Mar 27 2014
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Brandon Sylvia
Rutan & Tucker, LLP

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Rutan & Tucker, LLP
 
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In the wake of the Navy Shipyard shooting and other recent tragedies, the presentation will focus on identifying and responding to potential workplace violence situations while remaining in compliance with the bevy of applicable employment laws (Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical leave Act, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, etc.) and avoiding liability to both the potential perpetrator, employees, and third parties for negligence, defamation, and other common law torts. The presentation will provide a brief background on the common factual issues and laws in play, followed by a discussion of practical steps for employers and their legal representatives to implement to maintain a safe workplace and minimize the risk of liability.
Date: Feb 12 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Jaffe Dickerson
Littler Mendelson

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Kevin Mullen
Littler Mendelson

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Littler Mendelson
 
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Standalone Webcast
The best compliance training program managers recognize the only goal that truly matters in creating a culture of compliance is the transformation of employee behavior. This presentation will share tips, techniques, tricks and accumulated ‘best practices’ that will help you inject your compliance training program with battle-tested ideas from successful programs. If you are responsible for your organization’s compliance training program or even if you just participate in the planning or distribution of compliance training, this presentation will provide a wealth of ideas you can easily implement in the next training cycle. Learn how you can guide your organization to create a culture of compliance.
Date: Dec 5 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Andrew Rawson
Thomson Reuters

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WeComply, Inc.
 
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Your timekeeping and payroll systems can be your worst enemy or your best friend – generating documents that can make an overtime lawsuit impossible to win, or documents that will establish employees were paid for all hours worked at the correct overtime rate. Particpants in this session will learn from a former Administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division how to uncover the overtime violations that may be lurking in their company's timekeeping and payroll systems, including rounding violations, unpaid pre- and post-shift time, improper deductions, and regular rate violations. Particpants will also learn of best practice processess for preventing those violations.
Date: Aug 28 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Tammy D. McCutchen
Littler Mendelson

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Littler Mendelson
 
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The robotics revolution is profoundly changing the way work is performed. The technological advances entering the global workplace are inevitable, yet decades-old workplace laws threaten to fill this journey with legal landmines and uncertainty. This presentation will (1) unmask hidden employment and labor law compliance requirements of a roboticized workplace (e.g., laws and regulations on safety, data storage, privacy, disparate impact on protected categories of employees such as older workers, layoff notification, severance, union organizing, and retraining); (2) recommend practical legal compliance steps for both the robotics industry and the users of robotics; and (3) anticipate regulatory and legislative requirements.
Date: Jul 16 2013
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Garry Mathiason
Littler Mendelson

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Littler Mendelson
 
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OSHA is turning up the heat on its Recordkeeping Rule with increased enforcement efforts, a proposed Recordkeeping Modernization rule involving radical changes to data collection requirements, and plans for an eventual Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) standard. HR professionals and safety managers need to stay compliant and aware of activity surrounding the standard. This session covers the main components of the rule, including OSHA Forms 300, 300A, and 301, as well as provides an overview of current related regulatory activity, a review of recordable incident criteria and scenarios, and actionable steps for achieving and maintaining compliance with the standard.
Date: Jun 12 2013
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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P.J. Schoeny
MSDSonline

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MSDSonline
 
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Departing employees continue to walk away with sensitive employer information when they resign or are fired. Often times the employee uses a planned approach to take the information and uses it in a competing venture or new job. What can employers do to prevent this type of theft? This presentation will address the suggested policies and procedures employers should use from day one of the employment relationship through the departure. These range from confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements to non-compete/non-solicitation agreements. The presentation will also address practical solutions employers can use to protect proprietary information.

Though no policy or agreement is foolproof there are definite steps that should be considered to thwart the former employee and avoid having to go to the courthouse.

Date: May 22 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Rob Radcliff
Langley Weinstein LLP

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Langley Weinstein LLP
 
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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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Littler Mendelson
 
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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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McCandlish Holton PC
 
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Standalone Webcast
The intense competition and consolidation in the dining industry has forced businesses to continually seek out greater efficiencies and improved yield. As such, effective labor management has become more important than ever for the food and beverage industry.

Management is faced with the daily challenges of increasing guest satisfaction while minimizing employee turnover, and improving the business’ bottom line. Labor management issues such as optimal employee scheduling, wage and hour compliance, and the administration of new legislation such as the Affordable Care Act has forced many organizations to seek out more comprehensive technology beyond the features of existing Point-of-Sale (POS) systems.

Additionally, with labor costs being the largest, variable operational expense for food and beverage organizations (as high as 40% - 50% of costs), management is challenged with ways to reduce labor cost spending while decreasing employee turnover and not jeopardizing customer satisfaction. A comprehensive workforce management solution equips management with tools to monitor real-time staffing information, analyze budget performance and control labor costs, all while continuing to focus on increasing customer satisfaction and profit margins.

Within this session we will highlight the importance of managing labor, increasing labor effectiveness, ways to ensure labor compliance and how to motivate employees in a food and beverage setting. We will discuss strategies for operating your workforce more efficiently and ways to increase overall productivity and profitability.

The goal of this session is also to outline the labor management challenges facing the food and beverage industry and the emerging need for organizations to adopt more sophisticated workforce management solutions in order to stay competitive and to operate more profitability.

Date: May 16 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Robert Dunn
Synerion North America Inc.

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Synerion North America Inc.
 
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