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Webinar: Wage and Hour Laws 101
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When: Tuesday, March 6, 2018
10 - 11 am
Where: United States
Contact: Jenna Bailey

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Join us for our upcoming webinar, California Wage and Hour Laws 101


Tuesday, March 6th | 10 to 11 a.m.



Members can attend three free webinars per year using promo-code 3FREEWEB


Members: $30 | Non-Members $49 


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This session will offer one SHRM professional credit and one HRCI California credit



This seminar will provide a refresher (or introduction to new employers) on wage and hour laws in California, including recent updates and developments. Many of these laws are “gotcha” laws with little to no defense to primarily technical violations. This seminar will help you navigate these tricky waters with more confidence! Topics are selected from some of the most common problem areas seen by outside employment attorneys, and will include, for example: exempt vs. nonexempt; meal and rest period requirements; final pay rules; wage statement requirements; overtime pay rules; and independent contractor vs. employee. 


Melissa Whitehead is a partner in Freeman Mathis & Gary’s Sacramento office. Ms. Whitehead has successfully litigated numerous cases in California's state and federal courts and various administrative agencies, in a wide variety of general liability and employment matters, including wrongful termination, wage and hour, FEHA claims, and EEOC claims. Additionally, she advises and counsels employers concerning their workplace policies, practices, and personnel decisions. 

Ms. Whitehead has extensive experience litigating class actions. Her substantive areas of expertise include California's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Title VII, the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and the California Labor Code.

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