Category Archives: paid sick leave

Workers’ Compensation Fraud Presentation

Join Us on May 19th!

Workers’ Compensation Fraud

What: How to Identify and Prevent Workers’ Compensation Fraud in Your Workplace – Presentation by Detective Sergeant David Glosson and Detective Sergeant Steve Salvatori of the California Department of Insurance. Find out how to help prevent – and what to do if you suspect – workers’ compensation fraud in your workplace.

When: 9 a.m.; registration and networking start at 8:30 a.m.

Where: Hampton Inn & Suites (corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Stowe Dr. at 14068 Stowe Drive, Poway)

Cost: $50/person (LMRC Ambassadors receive a $10 discount off of these prices); Includes continental breakfast

Learn and Earn Education Credits

If you are not yet enrolled in our Ambassador Program, see enrollment information below! And, if you are looking for education credits, earn them easily by attending our programs.

Become an LMRC Program Ambassador and SAVE!

Not yet enrolled as an Ambassador? You are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to become an LMRC Program Ambassador. By enrolling, you will receive the following benefits throughout the year:

  • Discounted cost to attend seminars and other events
  • LMRC Roundtable Ambassador Certificate – enhance your professional profile!
  • Discounts on some of the services provided by the Law and Management Resource Center, including document drafting and review (employee handbook, contracts, policies, forms) and training (harassment and workplace bullying prevention, employment law for supervisors, leadership and management skills, preventing conflict, communication skills, and presentation and public speaking skills coaching).

The annual cost to participate as an Ambassador is just $95 per year.

If you are not a current LMRC Program Ambassador and would like to become an Ambassador and save on registration costs, please contact Jillian Bruni, MBA, at jillian@lmrcenter.com or 858-753-1775 or fill out the form on our Upcoming Events Page.

Register here today: Upcoming Events Page

This program is co-sponsored by the Poway Business Park Association and San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn & Suites.

The Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the latest standard in human resource credentialing, SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP. This means that you can receive your required SHRM credits and maintain your credentials by attending our programs.

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Wage and Hour Issues HR Event – Enjoy Lunch with the DLSE

Enjoy Lunch with the DLSE on April 21st

What: Wage and Hour Issues – Presentation by Linda Aguilar, Senior Deputy Labor Commissioner, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE)

When: April 21 at 12 p.m.; registration and networking start at 11:30 a.m.

Where: San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn & Suites – 14068 Stowe Drive

Cost: $50/person; LMRC Ambassadors receive a $10 discount off of this price

Lunch included: Pizza and salad courtesy of Bongiorno’s New York Pizzeria

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Learn and Earn Education Credits

If you are not yet enrolled in our Ambassador Program, see enrollment information below! And, if you are looking for education credits, earn them easily by attending our programs.

Become an LMRC Program Ambassador and SAVE!

Not yet enrolled as an Ambassador? You are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to become an LMRC Program Ambassador. By enrolling, you will receive the following benefits throughout the year:

  • Discounted cost to attend seminars and other events
  • LMRC Roundtable Ambassador Certificate – enhance your professional profile!
  • Discounts on some of the services provided by the Law and Management Resource Center, including document drafting and review (employee handbook, contracts, policies, forms) and training (harassment and workplace bullying prevention, employment law for supervisors, leadership and management skills, preventing conflict, communication skills, and presentation and public speaking skills coaching).

The annual cost to participate as an Ambassador is just $95 per year.

If you are not a current LMRC Program Ambassador and would like to become an Ambassador and save on registration costs, please contact Jillian Bruni, MBA, at jillian@lmrcenter.com or 858-753-1775 or fill out the form on our Upcoming Events Page when registering for our April 21st and May 19th programs.

The Law and Management Resource Center is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a Recertification Provider for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the latest standard in human resource credentialing, SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP. This means that you can receive your required SHRM credits and maintain your credentials by attending our programs.

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Register here today: Upcoming Events Page.

Next Event is May 19th

What: Workers’ Compensation Fraud – Presentation by the California Department of Insurance

When: May 19 at 9:00 a.m.; registration and networking start at 8:30 a.m.

Where: San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn & Suites – 14068 Stowe Drive

Cost: $40/person on or before April 28th; $50/person after April 28th; LMRC Ambassadors receive a $10 discount off of these prices; continental breakfast included

This program is co-sponsored by the Poway Business Park Association and San Diego-Poway Hampton Inn & Suites.

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Register Today!

Meal and Rest Breaks

Visit our new Youtube page to see helpful tips about meal and rest breaks!

 

Wages and Compensation

Visit our new Youtube page to see helpful tips about wages and compensation!

Compensation Issues

Visit our new Youtube page to see helpful tips about compensation issues!

 

Hours and Compensation

Visit our new Youtube page to see helpful tips about hours and compensation!

 

Happy Holidays!

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Our best to you and yours during this holiday season!
From the Team at the Law and Management Resource Center

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California New Paid Sick Leave Law

Since California’s new paid sick leave law, known as the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014, AB 1522 (codified at Labor Code section 245 et seq.) was signed into law, many employers have been struggling to understand the requirements of the law. As many are aware, clarification/revision of some aspects of the law was provided last month via AB 304.

On August 7, 2015, we received a copy of the attached opinion letter* signed by counsel for the Labor Commissioner for the State of California – Opinion Letter.

The opinion letter answers several questions that have been surfacing time and time again regarding the minimum requirements of the law, specifically as to employees who regularly work more or less than eight (8) hours per day. The guidance provided states that the language of the law “must necessarily be interpreted as requiring ’24 hours or three days’ of paid sick leave, whichever is more for an employee.”

Therefore, as described in the scenario discussed in the attached letter, an employee who regularly works ten (10) hours per day may be entitled to a minimum of thirty (30) hours of paid sick leave because the number of hours in three (3) work days for such an employee is more than 24 hours. Conversely, an employee who regularly works less than eight (8) hours per day, may be entitled to more than three (3) days for paid sick leave, since three (3) work days for such an employee equates to less than 24 hours. For example, an employee who typically works six (6) hours per day could be entitled to paid sick leave for four (4) work days.

The Law & Management Resource Center will continue to provide information as the complexities of the new law are analyzed further.

The information contained in this E-Update is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. For complete information and advice about a particular issue, problem or situation, recipients should contact an attorney of their choice. The use of and/or access to this newsletter does not attorney-client relationship between the Law & Management Resource Center and the recipient.

* Modified as to name and address of the addressee