human Resources Consulting and workplace training

Who Should Take the Class?

Anyone who handles the day to day Human Resource function in California.

Learning Objectives:

To gain a better understanding of how to handle every day Human Resources practices in California.  Topics will include:

Compensation/Wage and Hour

Wage orders (Industrial Welfare Commission [IWC})
Minimum wage requirements and exceptions (examples: prevailing wage and living wage)
Vacation pay and paid time off (PTO) rules
Overtime regulations (examples: including calculating multiple rates of pay, effects of bonus payments on overtime calculations)
Job classifications for exempt and nonexempt employees
Rules pertaining to independent contractors
Timing of payments (examples: regular pay, overtime, direct deposit, and final pay), and fines and penalties for non-compliance
Rest and meal periods
Workday and workweek, including alternative workweek schedules
Permitted and prohibited payroll deductions (examples: exempt employees and gratuities)
Business expense reimbursement
Garnishments and bankruptcy
Role and responsibilities of Department of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE)
State law requirements for timekeeping
Legal requirements for individual notices and documentation on pay stubs
Legal requirements for postings and notices
Documentation and records retention requirement

Employment and Employee Relations

Provisions of Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), including interactive process and reasonable accommodations
California Labor Code Section 132a
Whistleblower protections
Pre-employment and hiring procedures (examples: drug testing, background checks, consumer credit reports, Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act [ICRAA], California Consumers Reporting Act [CCRA], postings, and individual notices)
Requirements related to privacy and security (examples: permissible employment application procedures and protection of personal data)
Rules regarding employment of minors
Employment Development Department (EDD) requirements
Non-compete, non-disclosure, and, invention assignment agreements, and the Uniform Trade Secrets Act
Individual employee rights (examples: Private Attorneys General Act, language translation requirements, and literacy assistance)
Required supervisory training for sexual harassment prevention
California WARN
Required new hire and termination notices
Requirements for employers with state contracts
Regulations regarding use of medical marijuana
Legal requirements for postings and notices
Documentation and records retention requirements

Benefits and Leaves of Absence

Legal requirement for employer-sponsored benefit plans (for example: domestic partner coverage and premiums, Cal COBRA)
California State Disability Insurance (SDI)
Paid Family Leave (PFL)
Kin Care requirements
Integration of SDI, PFL and Kin Care requirements
Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
Coordination of state leave protections, including PDL and CFRA, with federal leave protections (FMLA)
Other protected time off as required by the California Labor Code (examples: school leave, crime victims leave, domestic violence and sexual assault victims leave, organ and bone marrow donor, and military leave)
Time off for voting
Legal requirements for postings and notices
Documentation and record retention requirements

Health, Safety and Workers’ Compensation

Cal/OSHA requirements
Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) requirements
Heat illness prevention requirements
Ergonomics reporting requirements
Workers’ Compensation notification and reporting requirements, claims administration, and fraud
Return to work requirements
California Drug Free Workplace Act
Legal requirements for postings and notices
Documentation, records, and retention requirements.

HR Boot Camp


Just $199 includes lunch, materials and instructor.

Date:  July 18, 2018

Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location:  Fairfield Inn Anaheim Hills 201 North Via Cortez, Anaheim Hills, CA  92807


Who should take HR Boot Camp?

Office Managers, HR Administrators

HR Representatives, New HR Managers