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  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.14.19

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • New Requirements in 2020
    5.10.19

    AB 1825 requires that by January 1, 2020, all California employers with five or more employees must provide at least two hours of anti-harassment training to those in supervisory roles. Newly expanded harassment-training requirements mean employees must be trained during the 2019 calendar year. Employees who were trained in 2018 or before will need to be retrained.

  • Webinar
    May 23 – June 20, 2019

    Every employer will need to conduct a workplace investigation at some point, and an effective investigation can make the difference between a litigation-free resolution and a painstakingly long, costly, lawsuit.

  • 5.7.19

    This seminar will look at all legal and legislative developments since the California Supreme Court’s landmark decision was issued on April 30, 2018. 

  • Webinar
    5.6.19

    Join Fisher Phillips attorneys Brett Owens and Tiffani Greene for a webinar centered on key labor, employment, and benefits issues that deserve significant attention when your organization is merging with or acquiring another company.

  • 5.3.19

    In the world of business, the pace of change continues to accelerate while employers are called upon to respond to an ever-increasing web of legislative changes, regulatory challenges and management concerns. Navigating compliance and risk as well as the substance of these employment rules can be dizzying at times and requires employers to know what is happening right now, not last year. 

  • 4.30.19

    Please join us on Tuesday, April 30 as Fisher Phillips attorneys Bailey Bifoss and Alyssa Graf address strategies for employers to effectively respond to leave requests by employees and ways to avoid common legal land mines under the California Family Rights Act (CFRA).

  • 4.30.19

    Join us on April 30th for an informative webinar on the practical and legal issues associated with workplace accommodations. 

  • 4.29.19

    Join us for an all-day HRCI/SHRM and CLE seminar focused on labor and employment law. 

  • Fisher Phillips Fort Lauderdale Breakfast Briefing
    4.26.19

    This breakfast briefing will focus on the unique challenges faced by businesses in managing FMLA, ADA and Worker’s Compensation leave processes.

  • 4.25.19

    Join Todd Lyon for this day-long course where attendees will discover the proper techniques and time-tested procedures to investigate misconduct in a unionized workplace.

  • March & April

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 4.23.19

    Please join the Fisher Phillips Charlotte Office for an educational day of labor and employment hot topics with useful insight to enhance your business. The seminar will include OSHA updates as well as information about human resources in the new economy

    and an exclusive panel discussion with some of Fisher Phillips top attorneys.

  • 4.23.19
  • 4.19.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 4.18.19

    One of the key reasons that brewers get sued is wage and hour mistakes and oversights. Fisher Phillips attorney, Melissa Osipoff will cover some of the primary issues employers need to focus on, such as state and local minimum wage increases, proper classification employees and New York specific wage and hour issues.

  • 4.17.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 4.11.19

    Everyone seems to have strong opinions about politicians and issues. Inevitably, these opinions may come up during conversations at work where they can be disruptive and interfere with productivity.

  • 4.9.19

    Join us for lunch and a discussion on a hot HR topic. This complimentary event is a great opportunity to network and talk with other HR professionals and our lawyers in an informal and collaborative setting to get the information you need to stay in the know.

  • March 28-29, 2019

    Every business around the world is constantly looking for a program or innovation that will give them an edge or advantage over their competition. ISO 45001, the new international occupational health and safety (OHS) management standard provides this once-in-a-generation advantage that cutting edge businesses will quickly utilize.

  • 3.28.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 3.28.19

    Please join us on Thursday, March 28 as Fisher Phillips attorney Anthony Isola discusses common mistakes employers make that lead to lawsuits.

  • 3.26.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 3.21.19

    March Madness captures the attention of millions of fans every year, but it also brings potential liability for employers. Betting pools at work are very common and a decrease in efficiency is unsurprising.

  • 3.20.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • 3.14.19

    This program will help you navigate the legal minefield of both Federal and State wage and hour laws to help identify the best employment practices for your company. The presentation is tailored to HR professionals, in-house counsel and management.

  • Fisher Phillips Tampa Breakfast Briefing
    3.14.19
  • 3.14.19

    This interactive seminar will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to navigate an OSHA investigation.

  • 3.14.19

    Join us for lunch and a discussion on a hot HR topic. This complimentary event is a great opportunity to network and talk with other HR professionals and our lawyers in an informal and collaborative setting to get the information you need to stay in the know.

  • Webinar
    3.13.19
  • 3.12.19

    The recent passage of SB 1343 expands the AB1825 training requirement to now require all employers with five or more employees to provide anti-harassment training for supervisory and nonsupervisory employees. It also requires all nonsupervisory employees to complete one hour of anti-harassment training. All employees must be trained within six months of being hired and every two years thereafter.

  • March 6 - 8, 2019

    Join us at the 2019 Inside Counsel Conference, where you’ll hear from thought leaders, and explore best-in-class learning opportunities that touch on labor and employment law concerns facing today’s inside counsel.

  • 2.28.19

    Law firms and lawyers spend countless hours advising clients on matters ranging from securities litigation, intellectual property, current trends in DOJ investigations, and mergers and acquisitions -- but how buttoned-up are our own internal labor and employment policies?  The people we hire to support our practices are protected by complex labor and employment laws in California – and these laws are constantly evolving and changing. 

  • Webinar in Partnership with Complí
    2.28.19

    Can your managers engage their teams, build your business, and protect your organization from risk? Many of your managers probably can, some may not.

  • 2.27.19

    Harassment complaints have steadily climbed, and in the #MeToo era, employees expect their employers to do more about them. This increase tells us that policies and traditional training alone are doing little to prevent harassment from occurring in the first place. As a result, employers should rethink their approach to harassment prevention.

  • 2.27.19

    Join us for the Third Annual South Carolina Agricultural Labor Forum on Wednesday, February 27 at the South Carolina State Farmers Market.

  • 2.26.19

    With the passage of Prop. 64, California voters decided to embark on radical changes to state marijuana laws. These changes have left many employers wondering what, if anything, they must do to adapt to the new legal landscape. Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all response to the issue.

  • February 7-8, 2019

    The Fisher Phillips Louisville office is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the Kentucky Chamber’s 2019 2nd Annual Occupational and Health Management Conference. The conference will provide new and up-to-date information on topics geared toward safety directors, plant and facility managers and many others as they navigate the ever-changing climate of workplace safety regulations and ensure compliance for worker safety.

  • 1.15.19

    Please join us for an educational morning of presentations on new laws for 2019 by the industry leaders in employer litigation

  • Jan. 15, 2019 and Jan. 16, 2019

    Join Fisher Phillips attorney Ed Foulke for a complimentary webinar dedicated to providing updated information on important topics in workplace safety and employment law.

  • To Be Determined

    Thank you for your interest in our AB1825 Sexual Harassment Trainings. We have not yet scheduled the training programs for 2019. To learn when our programs are scheduled, please ensure you are subscribed to our mailing list. 

  • 12.13.18

    Governor Brown has signed numerous measures into law that will impact California businesses in 2019 and beyond. Don’t wait to prepare. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2019 California Legislative and Case Law Update. The program will quickly get you up-to-speed on the new laws in an environment that will allow ample time for Q&A.

  • Memphis Annual Seminar
    12.13.18

    Please join the attorneys of the Fisher Phillips Memphis office for our annual labor & employment law seminar designed to provide timely information on hot topics in employment law.

  • 12.12.18

    Governor Brown has signed numerous measures into law that will impact California businesses in 2019 and beyond. Don’t wait to prepare. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2019 California Legislative and Case Law Update. The program will quickly get you up-to-speed on the new laws in an environment that will allow ample time for Q&A.

  • 12.11.18

    Governor Brown has signed numerous measures into law that will impact California businesses in 2019 and beyond. Don’t wait to prepare. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2019 California Legislative Update. The program will quickly get you up-to-speed on the new laws in an environment that will allow ample time for Q&A

  • 12.11.18

    Are you ready? Beginning January 1, 2019, all employers must start collecting employee premiums to meet the first phase of Washington’s Paid Family and Medical Leave program. Most employers must also pay an employer’s share.

  • 12.4.18

    Governor Brown has signed numerous measures into law that will impact California businesses in 2019 and beyond. Don’t wait to prepare. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2019 California Legislative and Case Law Update. The program will quickly get you up-to-speed on the new laws in an environment that will allow ample time for Q&A.

  • 12.3.18

    Governor Brown has signed numerous measures into law that will impact California businesses in 2019 and beyond. Don’t wait to prepare, join us for the Fisher Phillips 2019 California Legislative and Case Law Update. The program will quickly get you up-to-speed on the new laws in an environment that will allow ample time for Q&A.

  • 12.1.18

    Please join us at the Fourth Annual Award Reception honoring Janet Fiore, CEO and President, The Sierra Group for her outstanding commitment to employment opportunities for the disabled.

  • Multiple Dates

    Governor Brown has signed numerous measures into law that will impact California businesses in 2019 and beyond. Don’t wait to prepare. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2019 California Legislative and Case Law Update. The program will quickly get you up-to-speed on the new laws in an environment that will allow ample time for Q&A.

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