This course will provide participants with an overview of the latest developments in labor and employment Law impacting State of California personnel and those who work on state employee personnel matters. This overview will generally include an explanation and discussion of the latest court cases, administrative decisions, and state and federal legislation and regulations.
The subject matter and presentation will vary from class to class but may include the latest legal developments involving state employee discipline (including the Peace Officers Bill of Rights Act and Firefighters Procedural Bill of Rights Act), various leaves of absence laws (including FMLA and CFRA), labor relations and collective bargaining issues, reasonable accommodation, workplace investigations, employee wage and hour matters, and workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Provide state human resources professionals with an overview of the newest cases, regulations, statutes, and other developments affecting their work on personnel matters.
This class is open to State employees in the Executive Branch. Attorneys, supervisors, and managers who are responsible for or provide advice on state employee personnel matters.
$80 per participant