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Employer responses to employee medical issues are one of the largest sources of employment litigation today. Even employers trying to do the right thing can fail to properly comply with the law. Other times, an employer may not understand how to address an under-performing employee with medical ...
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The employment relationship is not static. Too often, employers forget that both the employee and employer can change of over the course of time, until it is too late. A properly documented employee file is part of a supervisors’ obligation to the company and is essential when issues in the ...
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Employers in California with 50 or more employees must provide two hours of mandatory sexual harassment training for all supervisors. This interactive webinar provided certified training in preventing discrimination and retaliation related to sexual harassment, as well as a discussion of best ...
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From the small, family-run company to the large corporation, this webinar focused on how to conduct effective workplace investigations. The training featured real-life examples from the experiences of the employment law attorneys at Gordon & Rees. Attendees took a step-by-step look through ...
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This webinar helped attendees remove the confusion about the hiring and firing process. Presenters explored how to comply with the changing anti-discrimination environment while still identifying and hiring the best candidates. They also discussed how to recruit potential candidates, as well as ...
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Sexual harassment is a major source of litigation, as well as a serious drain on potential workplace productivity. With the changing social landscape and increasing connectivity of social media, employers are often confused about how to manage and address issues of sexual harassment. This ...
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This webinar helped attendees stay current with the latest rules and regulations regarding wage and hour laws. Topics included: defining an employee; minimum wage calculations; what is on-the-clock work; computing hours worked; meal and rest period requirements; overtime regulations; ...
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Technology permeates nearly every aspect of modern society. Coupled with constant cutting-edge developments, it can often be difficult to keep up. Recently, businesses operating websites which offer goods and services to the public have been targeted for failing to do just that. While many ...
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Employers in California with 50 or more employees must provide two hours of mandatory sexual harassment training for all supervisors. This interactive webinar provided certified training in preventing discrimination and retaliation related to sexual harassment, as well as a discussion of best ...
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Kicking off the new year, this webinar took a look back on employment trends from 2018, provided an overview of changes in the law, and discussed the forecasted top issues for human resource departments and professionals on the horizon for 2019. Speakers also discussed what to expect in the ...
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In this webinar, presenters covered current trends and case resolution, including mediation, arbitration, and other alternate dispute options. Speakers also discussed ways to incorporate alternate dispute resolution clauses into employee handbooks and employee conflicts. Please note, MCLE and ...
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This webinar covered the regulations governing employees with telecommuting agreements, as well as the potential risks and liabilities associated with them. Presenters discussed best practices for creating or amending existing Work-From-Home policies, how to handle work-from-home requests, and ...
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