Saturday, December 3, 2022

CalChamber Webinar Explains Paid Sick Leave Requirements

Recorded Webinar Now Available – 12/8/2020

The California Chamber of Commerce joined with the California Labor Commissioner’s Office on November 20 to present a free live webinar and question-and-answer session on “Understanding California’s Paid Sick Leave and Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Requirements.”

Erika Frank, CalChamber executive vice president and general counsel, served as moderator of the employer outreach event.

Joining her from the California Labor Commissioner’s Office were: Von A. Boyenger, senior deputy labor commissioner; and Max Norris, staff attorney.

The 60-minute session for CalChamber members and customers was designed to provide the most current information on employer obligations for paid sick leave and recently expanded supplemental paid sick leave. The Q&A session provided the opportunity to delve further into compliance requirements and best practices.

The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) investigates allegations of illegal and unfair business practices and helps level the playing field for law-abiding employers.

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