Staying Out Of The Hot-Seat: 10 Ways To Get
Your Company Sued In CA Webinar
California labor laws are unique. They are also
complex. And there are multiple state regulatory agencies enforcing these rules.
So, whether your business is in California, or you just have employees working
there, it’s critical that you understand the laws. One misstep, and you could
easily find yourself in court.
Watch Staying Out of the Hot Seat: 10 Ways to Get Your Company Sued in
California. It’s a one-hour webinar that will distill the complexities so you
can best navigate the laws. Enroll today!
A Look At What You'll Learn:
- Why wage and hour issues are the number one
area that will get you sued in California.
- Will a worker, injured on the job, be able to
sue you for more than just workers’ compensation benefits?
- California’s ABC Test: How it applies to you
and your independent contractors.
- How to navigate the exempt — nonexempt work
- New overtime classification rules: Where do
- How missing required discrimination/harassment
training can buy you a ticket to the courtroom.
- What supervisors often don’t do that initiates
litigation under the FMLA or the ADA
- California’s Corporate Criminal Liability Act:
How it can land you both in court and in jail.
- Why your vacation benefits better not be based
on “use-it-or-lose it.”
- Can you contractually stop an employee from
competing with you in the future?
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
Upon enrolling in the webinar, you will have the opportunity to submit your
questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
Your confirmation will be delivered via e-mail, so an e-mail address is
required for registration.
Within 2-3 business days after registering for a National Seminars Training
webinar, you’ll receive an email with specific instructions, a Web link, and a
unique enrollment ID that you’ll use to connect to the webinar.