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2018 Mid Year Employment Law Update

2018 Mid Year Employment Law Update

What You Need to Know

Get important information on updated employment laws and case decisions.  The information provided is a brief summary of key points of these laws and decisions. Please feel free to contact us for complete information and answers to any questions you have.

Click here to open our PDF: 2018 Mid-Year Employment Update

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Affordable Employment Law and Human Resource Services in California

Platinum Package – Our Most Popular Plan

Starts at Just $249 per Month

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What’s in the Package?

UNLIMITED Consultation – Employment Law, Human Resources and Management

COMPLETE Custom Employee Handbook Drafted or Reviewed and Updated

FULL ACCESS to Online Harassment/Bullying Prevention Training for ALL Employees and ALL Supervisors

Why Is Our Platinum Package So Popular?

Increase Efficiency and Effectiveness – Get answers to your questions quickly – without having to spend precious time searching and wondering if the information you find is complete and verified.

Reduce Legal Risks – Our clients receive more than just answers to questions. They receive strategic advice about how to apply the law and reduce the risks of costly and time-consuming claims.

Piece of Mind – Know you can trust the information you receive – because we’re qualified to provide it! Our employment law and human resource services are provided by experienced in-house, licensed attorneys who are also experienced human resource professionals. Help with business management needs is fulfilled with the additional expertise and knowledge of an MBA consultant.

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Free $50 Visa Gift Card

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From now until December 31, 2015, when you sign-up for any of the following services, you receive a FREE Visa Gift Card worth $50!*
That’s right, you get a FREE $50 gift card that you can use anywhere Visa Gift Cards are accepted. Share some joy with friends, family, and co-workers or indulge yourself (we won’t tell!). It’s our gift to you so you can treat yourself this holiday season.

Your FREE $50 Visa Gift Card is available if you contract for any of the following services by December 31, 2015:
Human resources, employment law, and business management annual consultation plan (plans start as low as $125 per month),
Online harassment prevention training for 20 or more employees or supervisors,
Performance management training,
Interview coaching,
Marketing and presentation skills coaching, or
Updated or new employment law handbook.

For more information and to receive your gift, please contact Jillian Bruni, MBA at jillian@lmrcenter.com or 858-753-1775.

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Platinum Package Special – Only $249/month!

Includes All 3!
1. Unlimited Consultation for Employment Law, HR, and Management,
2. Employee Handbook Drafting and Updates, and
3. Harassment/Bullying Prevention Training for Employees and Supervisors

The Law and Management Resource Center can be your one-stop resource for human resources, employment law, and business management needs. Our solutions let you focus on what you do best, while we take care of the rest!

How are we different from those who try to compete with us? It’s simple. Our employment law and human resource services are provided by in-house, licensed attorneys who are also human resource professionals. Help with business management needs is fulfilled with the additional expertise and knowledge of an MBA consultant.

What You Get in Your Platinum Package – You Get All 3!

Unlimited Employment Law, Human Resources, and Business Management Consultation – Contact our staff of in-house licensed attorneys and human resource and MBA business consultants as often as you need to throughout the year for answers to questions and advice for keeping your businesses on the right, compliant track.

Common employment law questions and concerns include:
– how to discipline or terminate a challenging employee and avoid potential claims,
– what are the requirements for overtime and split shift, reporting, and travel time pay,
– how to determine which employees can legally be classified as exempt, and
– how to manage employee leaves of absence.

Employee Handbook – Customized employee handbook, up to date for legal compliance and tailored to your business and its specific needs and policies. Receive an updated handbook each year for as long you continue services through this offer.

Harassment and Bullying Prevention Training for Employees and Supervisors – Unlimited access to online harassment and bullying prevention interactive whiteboard animation training video for your employees. Train all of your employees and provide periodic training for as long as your business is an active consulting client to prevent claims and reduce risks of potential workplace conflicts. Continue services each year and continue to train!

When You Enroll Now…

With this plan, you will also be eligible for discounts on additional services, including supervisor training, document drafting, performance management programs, strategic business planning, and presentation skills coaching for your business’ marketing team.

This plan is available for new clients enrolling for a minimum of twelve months of consultation services. The cost is just $249/month. And, if you pay for a year in full at the commencement of services, you will receive a 10% discount! That’s a discount of nearly $300 and equal to more than a full month for free!

And, if you know someone who could benefit from this offer, please forward it along!
If they mention you forwarded this offer when enrolling, you will both be eligible for an additional 10% discount upon enrollment.

For complete details and to get started, contact Jillian Bruni, MBA, Director, Business and Program Development, at jillian@lmrcenter.com or (858) 753-1775. For more information about us, visit Law and Management Resource Center.

 

Harassment Prevention Training – Don’t Miss Out, Meet Your Legal Requirements Today!

Choose from These Affordable Options

On-site training at your location – one flat fee to train as many employees as you wish in your own work environment.

Scheduled presentations – check out the nearest locations and dates.

On-line “attention-holding” whiteboard video animation training – two options:

1. One-hour new hire and periodic training program for all employees
2. Two-hour version provides supervisors with information and tips to help them prevent claims. It satisfies training requirements for new and newly promoted supervisors and biennial training requirements.

Learn About the Best Solution for You – Contact us Today!

And for those of you wondering…

Is Training Really Required and Who Must Receive It and When?

A timeline summarizing what employers are required to do to ensure compliance with the law, provide a harassment, discrimination, and bully-free workplace, and avoid liability to the greatest extent possible follows.

Many employers don’t realize much more is required.

U.S. Supreme Court Rulings, Cases, and Laws Provide Guidance to Employers

1998 – Faragher and Ellerth (Faragher v. City of Boca Raton and Burlington Industries, Inc. v. Ellerth)
• First “mandatory training guideline” established by the U.S. Supreme Court
• All employers should provide training to employees about workplace harassment
• Everyone should receive training – both supervisors and employees
• Training should be provided “periodically” – on a regular basis – not just one time
• To successfully assert an affirmative defense to prevent or reduce liability, an employer should be able to establish that it: 1. has a proper harassment prevention policy, and 2. periodically provides education about the policy to all employees.

1999 – Kolstad v. American Dental Association
• The second U.S. Supreme Court “mandatory training guideline”
• Maintaining a good policy is not enough
• More than just sexual harassment prevention training should be provided to supervisors – harassment is only one form of discrimination
• “Kolstad Defense” – employer can assert a defense to punitive damages if it demonstrated good faith efforts to educate all supervisors about anti-discrimination principles

1999 – EEOC Guideline
The EEOC (Equal Opportunity Commission) is the federal agency that enforces federal employment discrimination laws. Harassment is a form of discrimination
• Reinforces “periodic” training for all employees
• Failure to train can expose an organization to increased liability and damages
• Explains employer duty to exercise reasonable care as follows: 1. “… reasonable care generally requires an employer to establish, disseminate, and enforce an anti-harassment policy and complaint procedure and to take other reasonable steps to prevent and correct harassment.” 2. “… the employer should provide training to all employees to ensure that they understand their rights and responsibilities.”

2001 – Mathis v. Phillips Chevrolet, Inc. (U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit)
“[L]eaving managers with hiring authority in ignorance of the basic features of discrimination laws is an extraordinary mistake for a company to make, and a jury can find that such an extraordinary mistake amounts to reckless indifference.”

2004 – California’s AB 1825
• Employers with 50 or more employees must provide at least two hours of harassment prevention training to supervisors every two years.
• Newly hired/promoted supervisors must receive at least two hours of harassment prevention training within six months of hire/promotion.
• First harassment training law to define “periodic”
• Establishes “expertise” requirements for trainers – experienced employment law attorneys meet the requirements

2015 is a mandatory supervisor harassment prevention training year for many employers. This means that by the end of the year, these employers must have provided the requisite amount and form of training to supervisors.

2014 – California’s AB 2053
This law, sometimes referred to as workplace “anti-bullying” legislation, requires that employers that must provide training pursuant to AB 1825 also provide “abusive conduct” prevention training starting in 2015.

LMRC’s Training Solutions

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For more information, contact Jillian Bruni at jillian@lmrcenter.com.

Contact us at info@lmrcenter.com or (858) 753-1775 for more information.

January Newsletter

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Your Law and Management Resource Center January 2015 Newsletter is now available! Click here to view: Newsletter_LMRC_01_2015_.

The following is included in our January newsletter:

  • Information on our new Human Resources and Management Group and how to join;
  • Details about our first event of the year and how to register – February 18th;
  • Information about the new wage theft protection act notice now available;
  • Information about our new Premier Provider Program and how to join;
  • 20+ new laws in 2015;
  • Discount for employee handbooks;
  • 5 tips for effective presentations and confidence in public speaking;
  • Fun knowledge quiz to see what you know;
  • Information on how to have an effective performance management system and how you; can let us help you; and
  • Information on your new 2015 training requirements – supervisor training.

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Harassment Prevention Training 2015 – San Diego

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NEW WORKPLACE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS IN 2015

NEW SOLUTIONS to HELP YOU COMPLY

Register today and be ready for 2015!

All Employers and All Employees – All employers are required to take reasonable steps to prevent harassment in the workplace and harassment prevention training for all employees is recommended for all employers to establish compliance with this legal requirement.

Mandated Supervisor Training – Businesses with 50 or more employees must meet additional requirements with regard to the scheduling and type of training provided to supervisors. These businesses are legally required to provide all supervisors with at least two hours of harassment prevention training every two years and all new and newly promoted supervisors must receive this training within six months of hire or promotion. This training must also meet specific legal requirements and be provided by qualified instructors.

Abusive Conduct Prevention Training Starting in 2015 – In addition to the specifically mandated training certain supervisors are required to receive with regard to sexual harassment prevention, training on the prevention of “abusive conduct” must be provided starting in 2015. For purposes of this law (AB 2053), abusive conduct includes conduct that a reasonable person would find to be “hostile, offensive and unrelated to an employer’s legitimate business interests.” 2015 is a training year for many employers and training to prevent abusive conduct in the workplace must now be provided.

We offer a variety of affordable training options.

On-Site Training – Many employers may wish to continue to take advantage of our highly praised on-site training where our attorneys come to you. Here’s a sample of the reviews we have received on this training:  

“You have developed some raving fans after your Sexual Harassment Prevention Training seminar this morning. I can’t even begin to tell you what a tremendous presentation it was. Others have stopped by all morning to tell me how impressed they were… you did a fantastic job of explaining the history and reasons for the various laws in a very informative way… your stories and  personal experiences were a tremendous help in putting it into perspective and applying it to everyday situations… I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for a job well done.”
Cary Mathis, Vice President/CFO, King Schools

We charge a single flat affordable fee for this training – and because there are no per person charges, we encourage employers to have all employees attend this training. Harassment in the workplace is a serious concern for all employers, and providing training to all employees can help establish that all reasonable steps were taken to prevent it.

Local Presentations – Our attorneys provide training on a regular basis at locations near you. Contact us for information about upcoming presentations.

NEW Online Training – Our new online training programs are perfect for employers who wish to establish and communicate clear policies prohibiting harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace. Training programs suitable for new hires, all employees, and supervisors are available. Our new program will be available starting in 2015! Take advantage of this special opportunity and register for our 2015 online harassment prevention training today!

Contact Jillian Bruni, MBA at jillian@lmrcenter.com or 858-753-1775 for more information and pricing or register at https://lmrcenter.com/Event-Registration.html.

Harassment Prevention Training – New 2015 Requirements and Our Discounted Options

NEW WORKPLACE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS IN 2015

NEW SOLUTIONS to HELP YOU COMPLY

Pre-Register for Training and Receive a 20% Discount!

All Employers and All Employees – All employers are required to take reasonable steps to prevent harassment in the workplace and harassment prevention training for all employees is recommended for all employers to establish compliance with this legal requirement.

Mandated Supervisor Training – Businesses with 50 or more employees must meet additional requirements with regard to the scheduling and type of training provided to supervisors. These businesses are legally required to provide all supervisors with at least two hours of harassment prevention training every two years and all new and newly promoted supervisors must receive this training within six months of hire or promotion. This training must also meet specific legal requirements and be provided by qualified instructors.

Abusive Conduct Prevention Training Starting in 2015 – In addition to the specifically mandated training certain supervisors are required to receive with regard to sexual harassment prevention, training on the prevention of “abusive conduct” must be provided starting in 2015. For purposes of this law (AB 2053), abusive conduct includes conduct that a reasonable person would find to be “hostile, offensive and unrelated to an employer’s legitimate business interests.” 2015 is a training year for many employers and training to prevent abusive conduct in the workplace must now be provided.

We offer a variety of affordable training options.

On-Site Training – Many employers may wish to continue to take advantage of our highly praised on-site training where our attorneys come to you. Here’s a sample of the reviews we have received on this training:  

“You have developed some raving fans after your Sexual Harassment Prevention Training seminar this morning. I can’t even begin to tell you what a tremendous presentation it was. Others have stopped by all morning to tell me how impressed they were… you did a fantastic job of explaining the history and reasons for the various laws in a very informative way… your stories and  personal experiences were a tremendous help in putting it into perspective and applying it to everyday situations… I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for a job well done.”
Cary Mathis, Vice President/CFO, King Schools

We charge a single flat affordable fee for this training – and because there are no per person charges, we encourage employers to have all employees attend this training. Harassment in the workplace is a serious concern for all employers, and providing training to all employees can help establish that all reasonable steps were taken to prevent it.

Local Presentations – Our attorneys provide training on a regular basis at locations near you. Contact us for information about upcoming presentations.

NEW Online Training – Our new online training programs are perfect for employers who wish to establish and communicate clear policies prohibiting harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace. Training programs suitable for new hires, all employees, and supervisors are available. Our new program will be available starting in 2015!

If you pre-register by November 20, 2014, you will receive a 20% discount.

Contact Jillian Bruni, MBA at jillian@lmrcenter.com or 858-753-1775 for more information and pricing or register at https://lmrcenter.com/Event-Registration.html.