Employment Law News

Klinedinst Presents 2017 Employment Law Update Webinar

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The landscape of employment legislation continues to evolve at an increasing rate. Klinedinst employment lawyers Nadia P. Bermudez and Susan K. Chelsea hosted a webinar which offered practical guidance for employers to tackle the new laws head-on.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Nadia P. Bermudez and Susan K. Chelsea from Klinedinst’s Employment Group presented a special webinar on recent legislative changes impacting California employers. Klinedinst’s 2017 Employment Law Update intended to keep HR professionals and business executives up to date by offering practical guidance for addressing common issues faced by employers.

The webinar took place on February 22, 2017 at 10:00 am PST.

Susan K. Chelsea
Susan K. Chelsea
Nadia P. Bermudez, Esq.
Nadia P. Bermudez

Designed to keep employers informed and ahead of the curve, the presentation covered a range of critical issues. Topics included: local ordinances on minimum wage, sick leave and scheduling, updates on federal overtime exemptions, piece-rate pay, and agricultural worker overtime. The webinar also covered what employers need to know about the legalization of recreational marijuana in California.

This webinar offered 1 hour credit toward California GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. The webinar also provided 1 hour MCLE credit.

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