2012 Employment Law Update – March 20, 2012

Don’t be caught unaware by the 2012 changes to employment laws that could directly affect your Company! Knowledge about these new laws and those that are on the horizon are the key to minimizing and attempting to prevent workplace claims.

Our experienced attorneys will navigate you through the latest court decisions, legislative amendments and proposed bills that employers must be aware of to properly manage their businesses while insulating themselves from employee lawsuits.

Benefits for You:

  • Find out about the changes to the Fair Employment and Housing Act that prevent employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of their “gender identity” and “gender expression”
  • Learn about recent changes to the law that limit an employer’s right to obtain an individual’s credit report for employment-related purposes
  • Find out about the Wage Theft Prevention Act of 2012, which:
  • Requires employers to provide written notice to certain employees at the time of hire regarding the terms and conditions of their compensation
  • Changes the retention requirements for payroll records
  • Requires commission agreements with employees to be in writing and to contain specific provisions
  • Learn about the new penalties for willful misclassification of employees as independent contractors, and the third parties that can also be held liable for advising a company to take this course of action


March 20, 2012

7:45 a.m.—9:00 a.m.
University Club
Atop Symphony Towers
750 “B” Street, 34th Floor
San Diego, CA 92101

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