*This is a hybrid event — attendees have the option to either attend in person or via Zoom.
As 2021 comes to an end, employers must prepare to navigate ongoing and new complexities in employment law for the coming year.
In this informative 2022 employment law update, attendees will receive a detailed handout covering legislative updates, case law, and tips for employers and human resource professionals. Businesses focused on protecting against new risks will gain a sharp understanding of changes resulting from the pandemic, evolving labor protections, updates on last year’s cases, and administrative opinions impacting the workplace.
Join us December 15 as LightGabler Law’s Susan Waag explains the new and modified laws and highlights the changes you need to make before the January 1 deadline.
Susan Waag is a seasoned employment law attorney, having spent her entire career working exclusively with businesses and nonprofits to prevent and resolve personnel issues. At LightGabler Law, Waag focuses on litigation avoidance and helping employers throughout California understand and comply with the myriad of employment laws affecting them. Waag has provided legal representation and strategic advice to employers of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesses.
Have you ordered your 2022 Labor Law Poster?
It’s mandatory for all California employers. The SLO Chamber offers one convenient poster with all the state and federal notices employers are required to display. Each purchase also comes with a digital version for remote workers.
Your order includes a free mid-year update. Posters will be sent once state/federal changes are finalized. Employ Spanish-speakers? You will need to order a Spanish version.