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A Seismic Legal Shift in the Transportation Industry:How Dynamex is Impacting Trucking Companies, Subhaulers, and Owner-Operators The California Supreme Court recently issued a landmark decision in the case of Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court. This seminar will focus on specific issues facing the Transportation Industry in the aftermath of Dynamex and will discuss how the new “Independent Contractor” ABC test is likely to be construed. Can transportation companies still contract with owner-operators? Are non-transportation companies with transportation divisions affected? What are the best ways to…Find out more »
Navigating the maze of employee relations and ensuring that decisions made are in compliant under state and federal law, can be complicated. To help unravel the mystery of topics such as at-will employment, wage and hour law, and employee leaves, join us on November 7, 2018 for the half-day seminar HR 201: Beyond the Basics. Local employment law attorneys Daniel Klingenberger, of LeBeau Thelen, LLP, Jerry Pearson, of Young Wooldridge LLP, and Katy Raytis, Belden Blaine Raytis, LLP will provide…Find out more »
Do you know the in's and out's of commission, bonuses and piece rates? This session will explain the differences and the unique wage and hour pitfalls of each!Find out more »
This past year was another busy year for both the legislature and the courts. Please join us for an informative seminar recapping the events that are most likely to impact California employers, including new laws, new regulations, new court decisions, and other significant items.Remember, ignorance of the law is no defense! Employers must familiarize themselves with the legal developments affecting 2019 and prepare for new obligations on the horizon. This educational and timely presentation can help ensure that your business is…Find out more »
State and Federal law provide a number of protections for military members and their employers. Keep abreast of these constantly changing laws to make sure you know what to do when your one of your employees is called into service.Find out more »
State law requires all employers of 50 or more employees to provide all supervisors with 2 hours of interactive training on the causes and prevention of sexual harassment. This includes temporary workers and independent contractors working on your company's premises. And new supervisors must be trained within six months of hire.
BeldenBlaine, is offering training to meet the requirements of AB1825. Our training is filled with examples and practical tips so that the employer can be in the best position to make sure harassment does not occur in the workplace, and to respond appropriately if it does occur.
In this session we’ll discuss file employee file content and segregation strategies to prepare for employee record demands from administrative agencies and attorneys.Find out more »
Increased awareness of human trafficking issues has resulted in the adoption of a number of new laws affecting California employers, including those that have not traditionally been associated with human trafficking problems. This program will highlight those new laws and help you remain in compliance.Find out more »
Please join us for a wine and cheese reception at our office to welcome our newest partner, Dan Raytis!Find out more »
Workplace violence is one of the leading causes of death in the workplace. Over one million incidents of workplace violence are reported each year. This seminar will cover trends in workplace violence, active shooters, risk factors, dealing with employee terminations, prevention programs and the importance of staff training. This seminar is a “must see” for all levels of management, Human Resources, and Safety professionals! Guest Speakers Don DegeareTwenty-six years with the Bakersfield Police Department; retiring as a Lieutenant. - Training Manager for…Find out more »