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Date: March 21st, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Join the webinar to hear Linda Duffy and Marla Merhab Robinson of Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson discuss the common wage & hour and payroll errors that can impact your business.
Between federal laws and California laws, some employers are subject to as many as 23 different leaves of absence laws. Which leaves are paid? Which leaves provide job protection to the employee? How much time is an employee entitled to take under each leave?
Last month we discussed leave laws relating to medical conditions, now it is time to cover the “other” leaves of absences.
Join the webinar to hear Linda Duffy and Marla Merhab Robinson of Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson discuss:
- Organ & Bone Marrow
- Witness Duty
- Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation
- Volunteer Firefighter
This webinar was recorded on February 14, 2019
Managing leaves of absences (LOAs) is one of the most complex areas in human resources. What state and federal laws are triggered when an employee is pregnant? What do you do when an employee is diagnosed with cancer? What if a worker has a family member who is disabled and needs assistance? Perhaps one of your staffers needs time off to heal from a work-related injury. These are just a few of the issues that employers face every day.
Hear Linda Duffy of Ethos Human Capital Solutions and Kurtis Urien with Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson discuss the interplay among a number of laws like FMLA, CFRA, ADA, FEHA, PDL, and workers’ compensation.
This webinar was recorded on January 17, 2019
It is that time of year again when employers are faced with the task of keeping up with the new laws and the never-ending changes to current ones.
Hear Linda Duffy and Kurtis Urien of Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson as they discuss the upcoming changes and what you will need to do to stay in compliance.
This webinar was recorded on December 13, 2018
You can…but with a hefty price. Misclassification on non-exempt employees as exempt can bring significant costs, including overtime pay, interest, and other penalties- not to mention the attorneys’ costs that will be incurred to defend any lawsuits brought by current or former employees. Exempt classification is a complicated matter, and the rules differ between California and Federal law.
This webinar was recorded on November 8, 2018
Earlier this year, the CA Supreme Court published a decision in the case of Dynamex Operations West Inc. v. Superior Court Los Angeles County. In its decision, the Court created a new “ABC” test for determining whether workers should be classified as employees or independent contractors. Not surprisingly, this decision embraced a standard presuming workers are employees, and placed the burden of proof on employers.
This webinar was recorded on September 27, 2018
Writing job descriptions and keeping them up to date is time-consuming and seemingly never-ending. Are they an employer’s best friend or just a necessary evil?
This webinar was recorded on June 21, 2018
Violence in the Workplace stories have become commonplace in today’s news, and violence can manifest itself in different forms. Do you know how to recognize and handle threatening behavior in your organization?
Linda Duffy and Marla Merhab Robinson, Partner with Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson discuss how to determine which IWC Order your business is subject to and the vital information you need to be aware of.
The last few months have brought the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace to the forefront of every industry. Linda Duffy and Marla Merhab Robinson, Partner with Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson discuss what constitutes sexual harassment, your obligations as an employer and how you can balance protecting your company and the employees.
This webinar provides an overview of important employment law changes going into effect in California in 2018. We also discuss legal cases that have been or will be decided by the courts and will affect CA employers.
Employers have a legal duty, under both state and federal laws, to take “all reasonable steps” to prevent harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and other unlawful employment practices. An essential part of prevention is how the employer conducts investigations of employee claims of unlawful behavior. To be legally compliant, workplace investigations must be timely, conducted by a competent investigator, effective, and reasonable under the circumstances.
Linda Duffy of Ethos Human Capital Solutions and Marla Merhab Robinson, Esq. with Merhab Robinson, Jackson & Clarkson welcomed LT Marc Koehler, an Officer in the US Nuclear Submarine Force, to be a guest presenter for this pre-recorded webinar. Marc, who saw sailors go above and beyond in the call of duty, developed a lasting system for improving and sustaining performance through recognition. Not being able to provide monetary rewards, Marc saw the power of recognizing people with words of encouragement, paper awards, ribbons, and medals.