November 17, 2020

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California's Substantial Employment Law Changes for 2021

Tuesday, November 17
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

In the past few months, California has led the nation in passing new employment legislation for the upcoming calendar year. This CLE will highlight all of the substantial new California employment laws that have gone in or will go into effect in 2021. The CLE will emphasize the policies and practices California employers, or non-California employers with California employees, should update for the 
upcoming year. **CLE Credit Pending Approval.


• Changes to AB 5/Independent Contractors and "Business-to-Business" Exemption and Pending Litigation/Ballot Initiatives
• Status of Arbitration Agreements in California
• SB 1383 - California Family Rights Act ("CFRA") Expansion
• AB 1867 - Supplemental COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave
• AB 685 - Notice Requirements for COVID-19 Exposure and Outbreaks
• SB 1159 - Workers' Compensation Presumption for COVID-19
• AB 2017 - Kin Care Law
• AB 1281 - Extension of CCPA Exemption for Employee Data
• SB 973 - Pay Data Reporting
• Reminder: Requirements for Sexual Harassment Training