Employment Law Updates: What You Need to Know in 2020 (Online Program!)
April 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Confused about how the new AB5 law affects nonprofits, contractors and employers? Local employment attorney Robert Nuddleman returns to TVNPA in April to help us decipher the new legal requirements for non-profits operating in California.
Conducting business in California is more difficult than ever. The California legislature passed a host of new laws impacting California employers, including non-profit agencies. Effective January 1, 2020, AB5 significantly changes the landscape for non-profits by altering who is and who is not an “employee.” More workers must now be classified as employees, which increases the cost of doing business and imposes new obligations on unsuspecting employers.
Come and explore with us which new employment laws apply to your organization and whether any exemptions can provide some relief. Learn best practices and potential risks to help you safely navigate the oft-confusing landscape.
This presentation will cover a variety of topics, ranging from:
- AB5 law and the difference between employees and independent contractors
- Arbitration clauses
- New protected classifications
- Wage and hour pitfallsSexual harassment prevention training
Join us to learn of new laws ushered in to 2020 and the relevant updates to employment laws affecting all businesses and consultancies.
This meeting is not to be missed! A small investment in time learning about updates to employment law can potentially prevent errors and future heartache for your organization or business. Learn the ins-and-outs of current laws and their impact on how we do business today.
About our Speaker:
Robert Nuddleman, Esq., is the owner and primary attorney at the Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C. He represents individuals and companies in federal and state court and various administrative agencies such as the California Department of Industrial Relations (Labor Commissioner), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. A significant focus of Mr. Nuddleman’s practice relates to wage and hour claims, breach of contract, trade secret protection, claims of sex, race, age, and pregnancy discrimination and/or harassment and accommodating persons with disabilities. Mr. Nuddleman advises and represents business clients in employment and business matters in an attempt to avoid litigation and reduce potential exposure to claims of all kinds in light of developing law.
A particular focus of Mr. Nuddleman’s practice includes advising caregiver agencies, trustees, conservators, families, residential care facilities, care homes and others regarding wage and hour and employment laws in the elder care industry. Mr. Nuddleman frequently presents seminars and workshops regarding workplace disputes and compliance with federal, state and local employment laws.