Avoiding the Most Common Employment Law Mistakes
Labor and employment law compliance—particularly in California—can seem impossible, in part because there are so many different rules and different ways for employers to get something wrong. But while it is true that employment lawyers see something new every day, we also tend to see the same issues—and mistakes—again and again
Join IEA for an upcoming FREE webcast presented at HR.COM’s virtual conference October 27th, 9am to 10am, PDT, on the current state of legal, compliance and employment law. Attendees will have a great opportunity to learn how to avoid the most common employment law mistakes including:
- How to avoid overtime misclassification and other non-compliant compensation practices
- How to conduct the interactive process to determine reasonable accommodations
- How to virtually eliminate class action exposure through company-wide arbitration agreements
- How to properly process FMLA/CFRA leave requests
- How to use complain and investigation procedures to catch compliance issues and limit exposure
About the Presenter
Michael Sullivan & Associates
Gregory B. Wilbur, is an experienced labor and employment attorney representing public and private employers in a wide range of litigation matters with particular expertise in wage-and-hour claims, class actions, and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) lawsuits.
A graduate of New York University School of Law, Greg has practiced employment law for several firms throughout Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, and has been named a Southern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers/Thomson Reuters for 2020 – 2022. Greg is currently an Associate Attorney with the firm of Michael Sullivan and Associates.
October 27th, 9am-10am PDT
IEA creates and delivers professional development and continuing education in workers’ compensation, disability management and risk management. With more than 150 years in service, it provides a range of courses, webinars, and on-demand training to help insurance professionals meet their career development goals. Learn more at www.ieatraining.org.