Description Recording of the live event on January 28, 2021 Webinar Description A year ago, no one could have imagined the compliance challenges businesses now face in our redefined workplaces. Lawmakers responded with Governor Gavin Newsom signing COVID-19-related bills into law that will affect California employers in 2021. How do these and California’s other newest laws alter your workplace practices and policies? Get specifics from our California legal experts who will delve into recent California and federal laws, regulations and court decisions: COVID-19-related laws and regulations, including Supplemental sick leave Workers’ compensation reporting requirements Workplace safety recording and reporting requirements Expansion of the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) that now applies to employers with five or more employees New California pay data reporting requirements New exceptions to California’s independent contractor classification law New regulations from the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) and Cal/OSHA Relevant court cases from 2020 and cases to watch on the horizon Poster and pamphlet changes Best practices Our legislative presence at the State Capitol means CalChamber has intimate knowledge of employment laws and can be trusted to provide accurate details about not only their requirements, but also how they will affect your business.Webinar Details Presented by CalChamber's top employment law experts Ideal for HR professionals, office managers, business owners or anyone responsible for hiring and staffing Mobile-optimized for viewing on tablets and smartphones Downloadable webinar slides and a recording of the live 1/28/2021 event This webinar was recorded on January 28, 2021, and was current as of the date of the recording. Due to the webinar topic and subject matter discussed, it is possible that some of the information provided has changed. Please consult with legal counsel regarding any matter that may apply to you. This webinar offers information only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.