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    California Leaves of Absence - Employer Obligations, Leave Interactions, and Handling Problems and Performance Management Challenges - PDL, FMLA, FEHA, SDI, CFRA, PFL, ADA, and Workers Compensation

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    Deadline: April 20, 2020 | Date: April 30, 2020-May 01, 2020

    Venue/Country: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A

    Updated: 2020-03-25 21:39:08 (GMT+9)

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    This course is designed to help HR professionals and anyone else who deals with managing and monitoring leaves of absence in their companies to understand this field for regulatory compliance.

    California is one of the most complex states in which to do business and that complexity flows through to the complications that employers face when meeting their obligations under CA employment laws. One of these reasons is the many types of leave offered to CA employees and the many reasons for which employees can take leave. Employer requirements for managing leaves especially medical leaves of absence are bewildering. Even human resources professionals can be confused by the myriad of leave types in the state. And for some leaves even local laws must be considered. Just as serious is how these types of leaves interact with federal requirements. Although some provisions under California laws are similar to federal laws, many of them are not and assuming they are can cause big trouble. It can feel overwhelming to manage leaves of absence and feel confident that the employer is compliant.


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