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  • 11.30.20

    The Cal/OSHA Standards Board recently approved an emergency regulation imposing new obligations on California employers related to COVID-19 prevention. This represents the most far-reaching formal rule-making by Cal/OSHA on COVID-19 and may be a preview of rule-making we can expect at the federal level under a Biden Administration. California employers do not have much time to comply with the new requirements – it will be effective as early as November 29, 2020. This webinar will educate you on these significant new requirements and steps you should immediately undertake to ensure compliance. This emergency standard is a significant game-changer, so this is one you will not want to miss.

  • 12.2.20

    Discussion of key issues that employers should consider when deciding whether and how to implement a mandatory vaccination program, including shots for this upcoming flu season and for the inevitable COVID-19 vaccine once approved.

  • Multiple Dates

    Multiple Webinars

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 12.2.20

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 12.7.20

    A new Pay Data Reporting law set to take effect in March of 2021, will have a ripple effect on many companies with employees in the Golden State. In a continuing effort to reduce gender and racial pay gaps and after years of a back-and-forth struggle at the federal level between the Obama and Trump Administrations over employer pay data reporting, California has adopted its own requirement with the enactment of SB 973. Effective March 31, 2021, private employers with 100 or more employees will be required to submit to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) an annual pay data report broken down by race, ethnicity, and sex.

  • 12.8.20

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 12.9.20

    Whether you’re an essential business trying to safely operate or a non-essential business trying to keep the lights on, the COVID-19 pandemic has raised a number of hurdles for unionized employers. Join Todd Lyon and Lisa Vickery for a two-hour labor relations program on how to how to bargain in good faith during this period of ongoing uncertainty. Attendees will learn how to respond to and manage high expectations, while maintaining essential management rights. Further, through a series of hands on activities, attendees will leave with proactive suggestions on changing past practices and improvements in layoff and recall provisions before being faced with the full economic fallout of the post-COVID-19 economy.

  • 12.15.20

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 12.15.20

    Are you prepared for New York’s new paid sick leave requirement that takes effect January 1, 2021? Fisher Phillips attorneys Melissa Camire and Seth Kaufman, partners in the firm's Manhattan office, will review employers’ obligations under the impending New York State paid sick leave law, provide guidance for implementation and answer your questions about the new law.

  • 1.13.21

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 1.21.21

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 2.3.21

    The National Labor Relations Act, applies to all employees, even those not represented by a Union. With President-Elect Joe Biden’s return to Washington, there will likely be a new, union-friendly National Labor Relations Board administering the Act. Join Lisa Vickery and Alex Wheatley for a two-hour labor relations program detailing the significant developments under the Trump Board and what labor relations changes union and non-union employers can expect going forward.

Past Events

  • 11.24.20

    The Cal/OSHA Standards Board recently approved an emergency regulation imposing new obligations on California employers related to COVID-19 prevention. This represents the most far-reaching formal rule-making by Cal/OSHA on COVID-19 and may be a preview of rule-making we can expect at the federal level under a Biden Administration. California employers do not have much time to comply with the new requirements – it will be effective as early as November 29, 2020. This webinar will educate you on these significant new requirements and steps you should immediately undertake to ensure compliance. This emergency standard is a significant game-changer, so this is one you will not want to miss.

  • 11.19.20

    Because of the prolonged COVID-related travel restrictions, an increasing number of employers are receiving requests from their employees to work remotely, sometimes from another state or even another country. Before an employer agrees, the legal and tax implications of such an arrangement must be considered. Join attorneys Bill Wright and Nan Sato as they outline the risks and issues employers should consider when an employee is expected to temporarily work from another state or a foreign country.

  • 11.18.20

    During the end of the year, many employers are beginning the performance review process and will soon make decisions about year-end bonuses and raises for next year. In this informative and timely presentation, Kathleen Caminiti, co-chair of Fisher Phillips' Pay Equity Practice Group, and attorney Sarah Wieselthier, outline why now is an ideal time for employers to evaluate their pay practices and correct any disparities to minimize potential risk for litigation.

  • November 17 | 10:30 am – 3:25 pm EST
  • 11.16.20

    Now that The California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) has passed and will become law, businesses across the nation should not wait to start working on compliance. We will discuss why even non-California businesses must comply with the both the CPRA and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), the principle requirements of the CCPA that are currently in effect, and the changes made to the CCPA by the CPRA—including what new requirements businesses will need to comply with.

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Director of Media Relations
Washington, DC
Tel: (703) 682-7097
jgatskieinstein@fisherphillips.com

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Director of Media Relations
Atlanta
Tel: (404) 240-4282
mwarin@fisherphillips.com

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