California Employment Law Training Courses
Federal OSHA has been critical of California due to being lax on “serious” violations associated with inspections and investigations. The Federal government wants California to significantly increase penalties especially those classified as serious.
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Harassment for Managers: A New Look California examines the more recent forms of harassment, shows how to prevent them, and helps your managers comply with FEHA requirements.
Today, the California Worker’s Compensation Law provides a faster, fairer way to take care of injured workers where fault doesn’t have to be proved to recover medical expenses and lost wages. This job-injury insurance is paid for by your employer and supervised by the state. If you can’t work due to a job-related injury or illness, workers’ compensation automatically pays your medical bills and provides money to live on until you can return to work.
California Labor Code 6401.7(a) requires every employer to establish, implement, and maintain an effective injury prevention program. Monthly Inspection Checklists completed by a member of the safety committee or a supervisor detailing the inspection, what hazards were noted, and corrective action taken. These inspection lists should be reviewed by safety committee members and management. Comments and input from employees should be reviewed by safety committee members, supervisors, and management.
Keep your California mandated training fresh with our all-new dramatic Harassment: Sex, Religion, and Beyond — California Manager Version. (Available in English & Spanish)
In 2019, 17 states will have raised their minimum wage rates - bringing more than half of U.S. states above the federal minimum.
Managers will have the chance to review their responsibilities in preventing unwelcome and harassing behavior from occurring in their work-groups, as well as guidance towards appropriate responses to take if such behavior does occur.
The purpose of this course is to familiarize you with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), who the law protects, what businesses are required to do, and your responsibility as an employee of a company that collects consumers’ personal information (PI).
Learn about and meet the requirements of California's mandatory harassment training (AB 1825, AB 2053, SB 396 & SB 1343) for California managers.