2018 California Employment Law Update

February 1, 2018

While California employers were busy keeping pace with changes that took effect in 2017, the California legislature were hard at work drafting and adding a number of new laws, many of which take effect in early 2018. Employers must now turn to the new year and begin preparing for the next set of employment laws poised to go into effect. 2018 ushers in new laws relating to: leaves of absence; hiring practices and enforcement; discrimination, harassment and retaliation protections; wage and hour; and immigration.

Please join us for a presentation of the new and significant California employment laws that have been added to the books. We will discuss best practices and policies, the legal implications and consequences and how best to prepare for the changes.

Dykema labor and employment lawyers will discuss:

  • Minimum wage increases
  • Small Business Parental Leave
  • Ban-the-Box legislation
  • Prohibition of prior salary history information
  • Immigrant Worker Protection Act
  • Expansion of mandatory sexual harassment training
  • Labor Commissioner retaliation investigations
  • Expansion of wage liability for contractors
  • Changes in Federal Law under the Trump Administration, including new developments from the NLRB and DOL

Thursday, February 1, 2018
7:30 a.m. Breakfast and Networking | 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Presentation

Dykema Gossett PLLC
333 South Grand Avenue
Suite 2100
Los Angeles, CA 90071

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