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In an effort to keep members informed of all the current and potentially new requirements employers must comply with under California’s recently enacted paid-sick-leave law (A.B. 1522) that became effective on July 1, SHRM (in collaboration with the California State Council of SHRM (CalSHRM) will host a free webinar for all members on July 16 at 1 p.m. PT.
The webinar, which will be conducted by Michael Kalt, a partner with Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP and legislative director for CalSHRM (pictured at left speaking with CA Assemblymember Brian Jones and Deb Horne, past CalSHRM state director), will focus on the specific requirements employers must comply with now that the law has become effective.
Additionally, the webinar will provide information and guidance about A.B. 304, a bill that seeks to clarify a few of the employer requirements in A.B. 1522, which is currently advancing in the California Legislature and is expected to be signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in mid-July. Because A.B. 304 contains what is known as an urgency clause, the law would become effective immediately upon Gov. Brown’s approval.
For more information and to register for this upcoming webinar, please click HERE. For additional information about other workplace bills progressing through the California Legislature, please click HERE.
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