The Changing Legal Components of the Health Services Industry

Program: 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Location: Virtual

The Changing Legal Components of the Health Services Industry

Employers in the Health Services Industry are dealing with a growing number of employment law challenges. From policy and regulations to patients and everything in-between, the changing landscape of the Health Services Industry is constantly throwing new legal challenges into the mix. Join us as we focus on legal issues specific to the Health Services Industry during our 30-minute Webinar Mini Series.

Thursdays, beginning July 22@10:00am PDT

Weekly Topics:

Session Date Topic Description Speaker
July 22, 2021 Series Introduction
Whistleblower Protections Under 1278.5
The State of California encourages health care workers to notify government entities of suspected unsafe patient care or conditions. Employers are prohibited from discriminating or retaliating against any employee making such claims.  This webinar will explore employer responsibilities; investigations; and reporting techniques to address and remedy any complaints internally. Kimberley Worley
July 29, 2021 How to Conduct Defensible Investigations The internal investigation process is an important risk management tool for employers when faced with any kind of complaint.  Proper, thorough, respectful, and well-documented investigations are also essential for healthy employee relations, for resolution of internal personnel conflicts, and for litigation avoidance.  This Webinar will explore different problems that can lead an employer to start an investigation, uses for technology in investigations, and essential steps and methods for a proper investigation. Glen Williams
August 5, 2021 Labor Law Reform Affecting Healthcare Employers This session will focus on areas of expected change in law affecting workplace rules, access rights, bargaining, and who is a part of your management team.  The session will also provide an update on pending PRO Act legislation which seeks broad reform of labor law, including who is an independent contractor and the process for union organizing. Thomas
August 12, 2021 CFRA Interference and Retaliation Claims Employer obligations have shifted with employee-entitled leaves of absence.  Employees who are CFRA-qualified are protected from employer interference when the employee exercises their rights provided by CFRA.  Employer discrimination or retaliation against such employees can cause significant liability for the employer.  This webinar will explore the actions and responsibilities of employers to avoid claims of CFRA Interference and retaliation. Cathy
August 19, 2021 Wage & Hour Hot Spots Employers continue to struggle with wage and hour compliance, any misstep can pose significant risk and can be quite costly. Claims can include minimum wage, travel time, meal and rest breaks, and unpaid overtime. Misclassifying employees as exempt or independent contractors can also lead to significant exposure. Pay equity issues round out the landmines waiting for employers to trip on. This Webinar will review wage and hour issues that continue to plague employers and will provide practical tips and strategies for compliance.


Moji Majekodunmi

August 26, 2021 Labor Peace Agreements   L. Brent Garrett

Date: Thursday, July 22 - August 26, 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. PST
Location: Virtual (Go-to-Webinar)
Registration Fee: Complimentary Mini Series 

 *No recording of sessions 

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