March's meeting will provide the employment law legal updates that may affect your company. Health care reform is moving ahead at full speed but that isn't the only new legislation that will affect employers in 2013. From social media restrictions to workers' compensation reform, additions to discrimination laws, and new wage and hour requirements, every California employer has something to prepare for in 2013. This meeting will cover topics such as:
Social Media: Terminating Employees & Accessing Employee Accounts
No Discrimination for Health Insurance Coverage of Domestic Partners
No Discrimination Against Women Who Breast Feed
Religious Clothing and Hairstyles are Protected Religious Expression
Statutory "Injury" for Incomplete Wage Statements
Right to Inspect Personnel Records and New Penalties
Overtime for Salaried Employees
Requirement for Written Commission Agreements
Workers' Compensation Reform
Bring your questions for our Q&A that will follow the presentation!
C.J. Westrick, SPHR has been involved in human resources management and consulting throughout California since 1990. HR Jungle, her human resources consulting firm, was started in 2006 and specializes in working with small California companies that don't have a full-time HR need but want senior level expertise.
Having worked inside both mid-size (1,750 employees) and small companies (25+ employees), C.J. has experience in all aspects of human resources. Over her career, C.J. has worked with a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, medical device, hospitality, trades, financial, personal services, advertising, and high-tech. Much of C.J.'s experience includes working with companies with a nationwide sales force.
Ms. Westrick received a bachelor's degree in Business Management and has maintained a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) national certification since 2002, which requires 60 relevant continuing education units every three years.
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