You are invited to an exciting new webinar...
2021 CA’s Sick Leave & Paid Family Leave Laws
Presented by Bicvan Brown of Tressler LLP and Kelly Yeh of Paychex, Inc.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
12:00pm PST via WebEx
Join meeting in my Webex Personal Room
https://paychex.webex.com/meet/kyeh | 927 194 360
California has mandated every business with more than 5 employees to provide 12 workweeks of job-protected leave for family care and medical leave.
Topics that will be covered:
- What is CFRA?
- Why is there a state mandate for 12 workweeks of leave?
- Details and provisions around the program
- How to track leave and protect your business
- How to navigate wage statements to minimize lawsuits and penalties
- How Paychex can help
- How Experienced California Employment Counsel can help
Along with CFRA, experienced California Employment Counsel we will also be discussing:
- SB 1383: Expanded Protections for Victims of Crime or Abuse
- AB 2017: Employees Have Sole Discretion to Use Kin Care Leave
**We encourage any and all questions. We will have some time for Q&A**
About Bicvan Brown
Bicvan Brown is a partner and Co-Chair of Tressler's Professional Liability and Employment Group. She focuses her practice in all aspects of employment matters, including employment trials, arbitrations and mediations. She defends employers while providing advice and counsel against claims such as wage and hour (individual and class actions), PAGA, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and whistleblowing. She defends employers before state and federal agencies such as the EEOC, NLRB, California Labor Commission and California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. She is fluent in Vietnamese and Spanish and she provides advice about as well as translates workplace policies, employee handbooks and agreements. She regularly speaks at seminars, including sexual harassment prevention training conducted in Vietnamese, with the purpose of helping employers and their insurers regarding best practices to minimize risk in California.