Description A recording of the two-part live event: June 16 - June 17, 2022 Webinar Description Managing an employee’s absence from work — from covering for the employee’s duties to ensuring that the appropriate type of leave is provided — is particularly challenging for small businesses. The 2021 California Family Rights Act (CFRA) expansion to cover businesses with five or more employees added to these challenges. Did you know that due to the 2021 CFRA expansion, small employers may now have to provide job-protected leave of absence of up to 12 weeks for an employee’s family member’s medical condition or to bond with a newborn child? In this two-day intensive webinar, CalChamber’s employment law experts will walk you through the ins and outs of the CFRA so your business can administer this leave with confidence. You’ll go beyond just familiarizing yourself with the law; you'll also learn how to apply it to your workplace, so you are prepared to address employee leave requests. What You'll Learn Day 1 (Part 1) focuses on learning about the law and understanding its requirements. Topics include: Employee eligibility for CFRA leave Qualifying reasons for CFRA leave Amount of leave available under the CFRA Notice and documentation requirements Pay and benefits while on CFRA leave Best practices Day 2 (Part 2) takes what you learned on Day 1 and puts it into practice through real-life scenarios. During this second day, you’ll learn about the paperwork and documentation related to the CFRA, as well has how to properly track the leave time. Topics include: Required notices, medical certification, return to work release Designation of leave Tracking leave, including intermittent leave Notice and documentation requirements Interplay between Pregnancy Disability Leave and baby bonding leave under CFRA Scenarios covered: employee leave for their own serious health condition, leave for a family member, and leave for baby bonding Webinar Details Presented by CalChamber's top employment law experts Specifically targeted to anyone responsible for hiring and staffing at businesses with fewer than 50 employees. (This two-day intensive webinar is not designed for businesses with 50 or more employees.) Provided: webinar slides and recording of the live event Optimized for mobile viewing on tablets and smartphones This two-part webinar was recorded on June 16 and June 17, 2022, 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 content is now out of date. Please consult with legal counsel regarding any matter that may apply to you. This webinar is soley for informational purposes; it does not serve as or replace legal advice.