Floyd Skeren Manukian Langevin, LLP and Fisher & Phillips are are again co-sponsoring the 9th Annual Employment Law Seminar on August 21, 2020. This is an all-day conference, with break-out sessions, featuring Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation related-topics.
The conference is designed to provide the latest information, and helpful guidance, on Employment Law, human resources (HR), and Workers’ Compensation for employers, HR administrators, risk managers, and Workers’ Compensation claims adjusters.
HR and Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits will be available for attendees of the conference.
There is a great line-up of presenters including Kevin Kish, Director of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, as keynote speaker. Featured Topics Include:
— The latest developments at the Department of Fair Employment and Housing impacting employers; 2020 vision for the workplace;
— Key risks to avoid in the crossover between Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation;
— An update on strategies for defending post-termination Workers’ Compensation cases;
— Guidance on implementing a compliant workplace catastrophe plan (e.g. for pandemic flu, major fire, and earthquake);
— Information every employer needs to know about the “California Consumer Privacy Act“;
— Ten best practices for avoiding costly HR mistakes in managing family and medical leave, pregnancy disability leave, and paid sick leave, along with a Case Law update;
— Key strategies for investigating and defending Workers’ Compensation psychiatric claims involving harassment claims;
— A review of the top ten essential workplace polices for 2020; and
— Key tips on avoiding the big Employment Law verdict.
This years event will take place on August 21, at the Disneyland Hotel, 1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 90802. Registration is at 8:00 am, and the conference is from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Last year’s event sold out, so make your reservation as soon as possible! Registration can be made online.
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