PIHRA Press Play: Recently Changed California Labor Laws
The PIHRA 2018 Legal Updates at Riverside and Los Angeles answered the challenging and crucial questions about the new labor laws affecting every California employer and Human Resources department.
Do you know what the changes are and how they need to be implemented?
You can learn about the rules, gain a deep understanding from expert Employment Attorneys, and be prepared for 2018 with the last PIHRA 2018 Legal Updates in Anaheim on Thursday February 1, 2018. You can still register here!
There has been a wealth of media coverage about many of the significant and controversial changes this year. Here are a few brief videos about just a few of the recently changed California labor laws.
Recreational Marijuana is now legalized at the state level in California. This is a hot topic, especially for employers since Marijuana is still illegal on the federal level. Here is CNN’s coverage:
There are new requirements for background checks, requesting salary history, and new parental leave requirements. California’s KCRA highlights some of these changes here:
Did you know employers must “Ban the Box” on job applications? Employers are now required to remove the check-box on the application asking about criminal history and more. An attorney shares some insight below:
On top of the expansive learning, there is much fun to be had as you can see in the photos below from the PIHRA 2018 Riverside and Los Angeles Legal Updates:
Join us for warm welcoming coffee, incredibly delicious food, 14 seminars and expert Employment Attorneys, 20 exhibitors, and hundreds of fellow HR colleagues and business owners.
Be prepared. Be Empowered. And, don’t miss one of the best opportunities to have a wonderful time while moving your career forward in 2018! Register now!
Please note: The video clips included offer a brief highlight of some labor law changes affecting California employers. These videos are for awareness only. The videos’ provider and content are not endorsed by PIHRA Legal Updates or its affiliates and are not legal advice or offered as such.