Navigating the New California Paid Sick Leave Law

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Date Feb 4, 2015
Time 12:00 PM CT
Cost Free
Online
3 days or 8? Accrue or grant? I really have to offer Paid Sick Leave to per diem, temporary, part and full time employees?

If you are employer that employs at least 1 employee who works 30 or more days in a year in California, you need to be aware of the new California Paid Sick Leave law that became effective January 1, 2015. The new CA Paid Sick Leave law has two phases...the first one having been January 1, 2015 and the second one being July 1, 2015.

Join the Business & People Strategy Consulting Group, LLC (www.bpscllc.com) for their biweekly Free Human Resources Webinar Series to learn more about the Paid Sick Leave and other laws that impact the California workplace.
Register here: https://www.bigmarker.com/carlyle-rogers/Navigating-the-New-California-Paid-Sick-Leave-Law

Your host:

My name is Dr. Carlyle Rogers and I am the President and CEO of the Business & People Strategy Consulting Group, LLC (www.bpscllc.com). We offer outsourced human resources, virtual assisting & support, accounting & bookkeeping, management, and technology services. One of our services is offering a free, biweekly HR Webinar Series for employers to gain insight into important and trending topics that impact the workplace.

My career consists of over 24 years of experience, leadership and strategy spanning human resources, labor & employment law, operations, and e-commerce. I have held senior executive officer roles in start-ups to one of the top 50 largest global companies, including President & CEO, CAO, VP Human Resources, VP Operations and Director of HR & Legal. I possess doctorates in psychology (PsyD) and jurisprudence (JD, Law) and am a certified interviewing and interrogator.

I am also the author of the HR and management book, Dirty Little Secrets: Declassifying the Employment Game and countless blogs and articles.

 


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