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June 15, 2017
Webinar: Addressing Labor & Employment Issues in California

Webinar | Hosted By: Warner Norcross & Judd

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Do you have employees in California? California has some of the most employee friendly and employer difficult laws in the country. Did you know that an employer who willfully fails to pay all wages due at the end of the employment relationship is required to pay waiting time penalties? Waiting time penalties are determined based on the employee's regular daily wages for each day the final payment is late for up to 30 days.



We are excited to offer our clients a free webinar highlighting specific labor and employment laws within the state of California. Some of the topics we will cover will include wage and hour requirements, breaks and meal times, discrimination, time-off and other areas that employers are concerned with every single day.

Warner Norcross is a member of the USLAW Network, an association of law firms throughout the United States. We are teaming up with Hanson Bridgett and Klinedinst PC, two California law firms, to provide insight into the complex labor and employment laws in the state of California.

During this one hour webinar, we will address how to navigate these laws and remain compliant with California law. We look forward to having you join us!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

NOTICE. Although we would like to hear from you, we cannot represent you until we know that doing so will not create a conflict of interest. Also, we cannot treat unsolicited information as confidential. Accordingly, please do not send us any information about any matter that may involve you until you receive a written statement from us that we represent you.

By clicking the ‘ACCEPT’ button, you agree that we may review any information you transmit to us. You recognize that our review of your information, even if you submitted it in a good faith effort to retain us, and even if you consider it confidential, does not preclude us from representing another client directly adverse to you, even in a matter where that information could and will be used against you.

Please click the ‘ACCEPT’ button if you understand and accept the foregoing statement and wish to proceed.

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