2024 New Employment Laws Seminar

Wednesday, January 17, 2024
Location: Hybrid: Zoom & In-Person
Seminar Time: 10:00am-12:00pm

Things are back to “normal” in California, whatever that means. What could go wrong in 2024? Plenty!

Hundreds of new laws passed by the California Legislature will take effect in the new year, from new requirements regarding paid sick leave to off-site cannabis use and emergency declaration notification requirements. In addition, the federal government has had a busy year enacting new pregnancy accommodation requirements and new work rules standards, among other changes. The workplace, and the laws that regulate it, continue to change at an unparalleled pace. The start of 2024 marks yet more dramatic changes in California and federal employment law, including, among many others:

New federal pregnancy accommodation requirements;
New reproductive loss leave rights;
New limitations on confidentiality agreements and arbitration agreements;
New requirement for a workplace violence prevention plan;
New NLRB standard for evaluating work rules and policies;
Increased state paid sick leave entitlements;
Expanded protections against retaliation for various protected activities;
New employer expense reimbursement requirements;
New employee and applicant protections for off-duty, off-site cannabis use;
New employer requirement for food handler card costs;
New emergency declaration notification requirements;
New sexual harassment claim defamation privilege;
New OSHA standard regarding off-site workplace violence injuries;
New local minimum wage and compensatory time off requirements; and
Additional changes based on caselaw, administrative decisions and guidelines, and other developments that took place throughout the year.

Get the scoop on the most important developments that will have an immediate impact on the way you conduct business in 2024. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay informed.

Presented by: Kelly O. Scott, Esq., Partner and Chair of the Employment Law Department

Wednesday, January 17, 2024 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

2 Hours - MCLE Credit

If you have any questions, please contact Andy Baldenegro at abaldenegro@ecjlaw.com.

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