SVSJ Not-for-Profit Group: Understanding Important Changes to Employment Law for 2019 | N2200119

Instructors

Date :
January 10, 2019 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Location :
San Jose Area
Facility :
Health Trust
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Level of Difficulty :
Overview
Member Price :
10.00
Nonmember Price :
50.00
CPE Credits :
CPE 1.00
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This program will provide an update of 2019 changes in employment law, covering changes in laws dealing with sexual harassment prevention training, salary history, wage and hour issues (local and state-wide), and independent contractor issues.

Objectives:

Learn about important changes in employment laws for 2019. Gain knowledge how new laws are applicable in the areas of sexual harassment prevention training, salary history, wage and hour issues and independent contractor issues.

Major Subjects:

  • Expansion of training laws dealing with sexual harassment prevention
  • Revisions to law regarding salary history
  • Local and state-wide wage and hours issues
  • Independent contractor issues

Advanced Prep:

None

Misc. Information:

N/A
Level of Difficulty:
Overview
Field of Interest:
Business Law
Prerequisites:
none
Designed For:
CPAs and other Non-profit Executives and finance staff

Instructors

Rona P Layton
Rona Layton graduated from the University of Santa Clara School of Law. She specializes in employment law for businesses and nonprofit corporations. Her practice includes working with nonprofit and for-profit corporations on many issues, including employee relations, personnel policies, wage and hour matters, discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination. She represents clients before the State Labor Commissioner, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board and State and Federal Courts. Ms. Layton frequently presents employment seminars before various organizations. She also presents in-house employment law training for clients on topics such as sexual harassment, violence in the workplace and disciplining employees. Ms. Layton is legal counsel to the Better Business Bureau of Santa Clara Valley and actively participates in the Employment Law Section and Law Related Education Committee of the Santa Clara County Bar Association. She teaches Employment Law as an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University.
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