Changes Affecting Workplace Law That Employers Need to Know
HRCI and SHRM Credits Available
Wondering whether you can still require arbitration of workplace claims? Or how the new laws about sexual harassment will affect your workplace? How will the increasing minimum wage change the minimum salary you pay “white collar” exempt employees?
If you have employees in California, it’s not too early to start thinking about how new developments in employment law will affect your business in 2019.
In this NELSONtalks webinar, join Jennifer Shaw, of Shaw Law Group, for insights into changes affecting:
- Wage-hour compliance
- Arbitration agreements
- EEO compliance and harassment, discrimination and retaliation prevention
- Reasonable accommodations
- Leaves of absence
- Employer policies and procedures
…and other key workplace law issues.
Be prepared for an interactive session with plenty of time for questions!
About the Speaker
Jennifer Shaw, Esq.
Jennifer Shaw is the founder of Shaw Law Group. A well-respected expert in employment law for more than 20 years, Jennifer provides practical advice and counsel on a broad range of employment law issues, including wage-hour compliance, reasonable accommodation/leave of absence issues, and hiring/separation issues.
Named by Northern California Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top attorneys in California every year since 2009 and the recipient of numerous other awards, Jennifer is a frequent speaker on employment law topics and has been a guest on CNN and local television and radio.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics with honors from the University of California, Santa Cruz, Jennifer graduated magna cum laude from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she was the editor-in-chief of the law review.